GOP pounces on Biden’s claim that students ‘belong’ to teachers and not parents

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt / Facebook

At an April 27 reception for schoolteachers at the White House, Oval Office occupant Joe Biden said plainly that when children are in school, they don’t “belong” to their parents but rather to teachers, who are subsequently free to treat them as they wish.

Republicans hit back on April 28 at the preposterous notion that parents give up control of their offspring at the classroom door, reports

Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt was at the forefront of the charge, tweeting “God gave kids to parents – NOT the government.”

Other conservative figures were more biting as they called out Biden, who has his own reputation for treating youngsters as his own property, fondling young girls at a Congressional photo session in 2015 among other occasions.

“No they’re not your children,” tweeted Sebastian Gorka, a former Trump administration official and radio personality, “you senile communist clown.”

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said: “Biden wants Americans to forget about the months he spent perpetuating COVID theater as he stood in lockstep with unions to keep teachers and students out of the classroom and force masks on kids and toddlers.

“Biden has done irreparable damage to our children and has failed students, teachers, and parents.”

Biden was specific when he set parents straight on their own children at the 2022 Teacher of the Year ceremony hosted by the White House. He said: “They’re all our children. They are not somebody else’s children. They’re like yours when they’re in the classroom.”

Biden also publicly insulted parents and Republican legislators who are trying to remove sexually perverted and explicit books from school libraries and disallow sexually explicit or politically correct curricula.

“Today, there are too many politicians trying to score political points banning books, even math books,” Biden said. “Did you ever think when you’d be teaching you’re going to be worried about book burnings and banning books all because it doesn’t fit somebody’s political agenda?”

Florida recently rejected a number of textbooks for sneaking leftist falsehoods about racism and “social awareness” into math problems.


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