In remarks for the now infamous “Pride Day” raunch romp at the White House, President Joe Biden repeated a message that could have come straight out of the mouth of Karl Marx, who worked to weaken the bonds between parents and children and replace them with fidelity to the state:
“These are our kids. These are our neighbors. Not somebody else’s kids; they’re all our kids,” Biden said in remarks on June 8, compiled into a video posted on Twitter this past weekend.
It’s the second time in recent weeks that Biden has made such a statement.
In April, at the event honoring the national Teacher of the Year, he said, “There is no such thing as someone else’s child. No such thing as someone else’s child. Our nation’s children are all our children,” drawing rebuke from family-centered conservatives.
Among those who criticized Biden for taking possession of the children of America was Elon Musk, who quickly wrote on Twitter, “You are the government. They are NOT your kids.”
The Gov. Ron DeSantis rapid-response team also responded: “They are not your kids,” said the DeSantis Warroom on Twitter. DeSantis is a Republican candidate for president.
The Biden video was posted on Twitter just after the president held a party for LGBTQ+ persons on the South Lawn of the White House, complete with a transgender or two who partially disrobed and jiggled fake boobs and a surgically boob-removed chest at the camera for an Instagram moment, beneath the rainbow flag that had been draped between two US flags on the White House itself.
On Tuesday, the White House said it disapproved of the nudity and said the individuals would not be invited back to the White House.
After all, “they are all our kids,” but not on his lawn.