The Biden administration has been at war with Ron DeSantis for nearly two years.
Their attacks have only made DeSantis stronger.
And departing White House mouthpiece Jen Psaki immediately regretted picking this one major fight with Governor Ron DeSantis.
Democrats know telling the truth is politically damaging to the Left’s radical agenda.
That’s why they routinely choose to lie.
After Ron DeSantis signed the Parental Rights in Education Bill, which simply prohibits the teaching of gender and sexuality to children in kindergarten through third grades, the Biden administration attacked the Governor as “hateful.”
But according to a poll by Public Opinion Strategies, 61 percent of Americans, including 55 percent of Democrats, support the Parental Rights in Education Bill.
Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy recently grilled Jen Psaki during a press briefing over why Joe Biden feels it’s necessary to teach transgenderism to five-year-old kids.
Of course, since any answer Psaki — who is leaving the White House to work at MSNBC — gave would be horrible, she decided to continue to spread the false narrative that this was the “Don’t Say Gay” Bill.
“I would say, first of all, Peter, we have spoken to the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill in the past, I believe is what you are referring to, and made clear that as we look at this law, what we think it’s a reflection of politicians in Florida propagating misinformed, hateful policies that do absolutely nothing to address the real issues,” Psaki responded. “The Department of Education is well positioned and ready to evaluate what to do next and its implementation on whether it violates federal civil rights law.”
Doocy refused to budge.
Instead, he fired back by asking Psaki if Biden thought teaching transgenderism and homosexuality to three and four year olds was a good idea.
“So if you guys oppose this law that bans classroom instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in K-3, does the White House support that kind of classroom instruction before kindergarten?” Doocy asked.
Instead of responding to the question, Psaki demanded Doocy answer her question.
“Do you have examples of schools in Florida that are teaching kindergarteners about sex education?” Psaki shot back.
Once again, Doocy didn’t budge and responded by telling her he was asking for the President’s opinion on the subject.
“I’m just asking for the President’s opinion,” Doocy pressed.
Since Psaki knew telling the truth was politically damaging to Democrats, once again she instead chose to lie.
“I think that’s a relevant question, because I think this is a politically charged, harsh law that is putting parents and LGBTQ+ kids in a very difficult, heartbreaking circumstance, and so I actually think that’s a pretty relevant question,” Psaki answered.
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