(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Jamelle Bouie of the New York Times published an opinion piece on Friday, in which he said Republicans don’t care about children because they won’t adopt leftist ideology.
In the beginning, Bouie stated that the Republican Party is ready to protect children by limiting the public performance of “drag and other gender-nonconforming behavior,” the “rainbow” and critical race theory propaganda in schools and social media.
Bouie then said that Republicans, however, don’t care about children because they only care about pushing their narrative.
One of his examples of Republicans prioritizing politics over children was Minnesota Republicans who didn’t support a leftist bill that would implement universal school lunch “to protect children from hunger.”
Bouie also wrote about Republicans in the United States Congress not supporting child allowance “to keep children, and their families, out of poverty.”
He also brought up health care by saying that Republicans don’t care about children if they don’t support socialist Medicaid.
Just like any other member of the corrupt mass media, Bouie talked about the recent school shooting that happened in Nashville, Tenn., without mentioning that the shooter who murdered six people — including three children — was a so-called “transgender.”
Instead, he said that the reason why these innocent people died was because of the so-called gun violence, citing the 2021 article from the Centers for Disease Control that says that firearms were the leading cause of death for children and adolescents in the United States.
“When you put all of this together, the picture is clear. The Republican Party will use the law and the state to shield as many children as possible from the knowledge, cultural influences and technologies deemed divisive or controversial or subversive by the voters, activists and apparatchiks that shape and guide its priorities,” he wrote.
“When Tucker Carlson, Christopher Rufo and Moms for Liberty say jump, their only question is: How high?”
“But when it comes to actual threats to the lives of American children — from poverty, from hunger, from sickness and from guns — then, well, the Republican Party wants us to slow down and consider the costs and consequences, and even possible futility, of taking any action to help,” he added.