Lauren Boebert Nukes Karine Jean-Pierre for Pushing Communist Claim That Kids ‘Belong to All of Us’

Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) has fired back with a furious response after White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre pushed the anti-parent communist ideology that kids “belong to all of us.”

The comments from Jean-Pierre come as Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration has been ramping up Marxist rhetoric.

Biden himself recently declared that “there’s no such thing as someone else’s child!”

In a tweet today, Boebert shot back at Jean-Pierre’s anti-parent messaging.

The claim from Jean-Pierre specifically appeared to be referencing “transgender” children.

Jean-Pierre argued that so-called “trans kids” belong to the LGBTQ community.

Enter Boebert, who said: “The Biden administration continues to claim children ‘belong to all of us.’”

“No! Children are not property of the state.

“They belong to their parents!” Boebert declared.

“Back off @PressSec!”

Jean-Pierre made the comments during an appearance at the 34th annual GLAAD Media Awards over the weekend.

“There are more than 600 pieces of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation out there,” Jean-Pierre told the website “Jezebel.”

“A few hundred of them are anti-trans community, and that matters because we have to call that out.

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“And we’ve never seen this level.

“It’s historic in the number of pieces of legislation.”

Jean-Pierre explained, “I’ve met a lot of parents of trans kids in the past couple of months who have told me these devastating stories, whether they’re in Texas or Oklahoma or wherever they are, saying how they now have to seriously consider leaving their state to protect their child.”

“That’s something that we have to call out and continue to be very clear about.

“These are kids. These are our kids. They belong to all of us,” Jean-Pierre insisted.

Fox News noted that Kamala Harris had previously used similar language last year during an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”

“When you see our kids, and I truly believe that they are our children, they are the children of our country, of our communities, I mean, our future is really bright if we, if we prioritize them, and therefore prioritize the climate crisis and the need to address it,” Harris said at the time.

“If we think about our children, prioritizing the need to bring our country together.”

During a speech at the White House last month, Biden pushed the same radical claims about who is responsible for raising children in America.

As Slay News reported, Biden attempted to downplay parents’ roles in their children’s upbringing by pushing the Marxist ideology that all members of society have an equal say in raising a person’s child.

The president made the comments while he and First Lady Jill Biden honored educators at the White House who were nominated to be teachers of the year for 2023.

“I never thought, as a student of history, I never thought I’d be a president who’s fighting against elected officials trying to ban and banning books,” Biden said during his speech.

“I’ve never met a parent wants a politician dictating what their kid can learn and what they can think, or who they can be.”

He then quoted Rebecka Peterson, a calculus teacher from Oklahoma who had been named teacher of the year:

“Rebecka put a teacher’s creed into words when she said, ‘There’s no such thing as someone else’s child.’

“No such thing as someone else’s child!” Biden repeated.

“Our nation’s children are all our children,” he added.


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