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White House spokesperson Jen Psaki declared kindergarten age children should be discussing whether they are “a girl or a boy” with teachers

After crying about Republicans in Florida trying to prevent teachers from talking to kids barely above toddler age about sex earlier in the week, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki declared Thursday that kindergarten age children should be discussing whether they are “a girl or a boy” with teachers.

In an interview no one saw because it was on the already defunct CNN+, Psaki declared “The law’s not about teaching sex education.  It’s about teaching gender identity.”

Soon to be out of work host Chris Wallace asked “Don’t parents have a right to have concern? I mean, we’re talking specifically here about teaching about sex in kindergarten through third grade. I have to say, as a parent, I would have problems with that.”

Psaki responded, “And so what do you do if a parent or a kid, should I say a kid, in one of these elementary schools says, ‘What about Sally, Sally has two moms?’ or ‘I’m not sure if I’m a girl or a boy?’”

She continued, “I mean these are kids who are experiencing these moments in their lives.  I also think that these are not, there’s not a big record of there being either sex education or extensive gender identity education in these schools and this is creating a problem or political cudjal or issue that I don’t think exists.”

Apparently, it’s completely fine to sexually groom five year olds.

Video: White House spokesperson Jen Psaki declared Thursday that kindergarten age children should be discussing whether they are “a girl or a boy” with teachers

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