Chelsea Clinton Promotes Disturbing Children’s Books

Chelsea Clinton, the former president’s daughter, spoke publicly against “bans” on sexually explicit, pro-LGBTQ publications being distributed in schools around the country.

Subsequently, she was accused of promoting “pornography” to youngsters.

This is Disturbing

On Thursday, Clinton stated on Twitter that an excess of 50% of the proposed book bans during the past year included books with LGBTQ+ characters & themes; although she omitted to mention that such works are often graphic.

The former president’s daughter emphasized that bans on things like these are purely detrimental because literature is a fundamental way for kids, teens, and adults alike to learn about both themselves and the world around them.

Clinton posted a recent NBC article in the tweet which bemoans the fact that efforts to prohibit publications have hit an all-time high; works with LGBTQ themes stay top priorities.

The head of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, Deborah Caldwell-Stone, is quoted in the piece as saying the “LGBTQ-heavy” compilation of disputed books sends an image of “exclusion.”

Younger gay and transgender people are being told they have no place in school and in society as a whole, she claimed. It conveys to the LGBTQ population that they do not have full citizenship rights and are not welcome in public spaces like libraries.

Many people were outraged by Clinton’s backing. Some even accused her of advocating “pornography” for kids.

Americans Push Back

The well-known Libs of TikTok Twitter account, devoted to revealing unacceptable actions of the radical left, posted on Twitter that they just want to remind everyone of something.

Whenever the left falsely accuses Republicans of ‘banning books,’ they are talking about graphic publications that include sexually explicit material distributed to children in educational institutions across the nation.

Libs of TokTok questioned why Chelsea Clinton would encourage your children to read this kind of filth in class.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.