Biden Gets Big Time Pushback For Claiming That Children Belong to Teachers When They're In Classrooms

Biden Gets Big Time Pushback For Claiming That Children Belong to Teachers When They're In Classrooms

Whatever ‘moderate’ views Joe Biden had as a U.S. senator and vice president have since been replaced by those of the far-left wing of his Democratic Party, as evidenced by a series of policy priorities he has pursued since taking office.

Open borders, LGBTQ, opposition to rational voter integrity measures, massive federal spending, and now, claims that children don’t belong to their parents when they are attending public school.

Earlier this week during a speech to the 2022 National and State Teachers of the Year event at the White House, Biden told teachers that students are “yours when they’re in the classroom” and “not somebody else’s.”

“You have heard me say it many times about our children, but it is true. They’re all our children,” Biden said of school students, according to The Blaze. “And the reason you are the teachers of the year is because you recognize that they’re not somebody else’s children. They’re like yours when they’re in the classroom.”

The president was simply repeating a previous statement he made earlier in his speech when he claimed: “They’re not someone else’s children, they’re our children. And they are the kite strings that literally lift our national ambitions aloft.”

The Blaze notes:

BlazeTV host Allie Beth Stuckey of “Relatable” joined the droves of concerned parents and caretakers who are fed up with progressive propaganda, such as Critical Race Theory and lessons about sexual orientation or gender identity, being taught in schools starting as early as kindergarten.

“My children are not yours, or anyone else’s, children. Absolutely not,” Stucky noted in a tweet containing a video clip of Biden making his remarks.

Others joined her in rejecting Biden’s claims.

“Absolutely not joe, you obviously are to [sic] far gone to understand that’s not how it works. We send our children for education NOT indoctrination,” another user wrote.

“Sorry Joe. My kids are absolutely NOT your children. You teaching or mentoring my kids ANYTHING would be against EVERYTHING we’ve taught them and the kind of moral, honest, and responsible we’ve raised them to be. What a joke,” another user noted.


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