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AG Tong and CT Democrats Take Fight Against Parents to New Level

Democrats want to keep parents out of their children’s lives.


CT Attorney General William Tong and Connecticut Democrats are taking the fight against parents to a new level. It’s never been clearer that they believe the government is better suited to raise children than the child’s parents. If Attorney General Tong and his Democrat cohorts have their way, parents would have no say about their children’s physical and psychological health. In the recent words of Joe Biden “These are our kids. These are our neighbors. Not somebody else’s kids, they’re all our kids.” The Government claiming your kids are their (read as the government) kids marks a new chapter in the left’s new world order. “[Parents] Outing students against their will is dangerous,” says AG William Tong.

CTGOP Chairman Ben Proto responded, “In other words, Democrats believe that a parent knowing their son now believes he is a girl is dangerous. Democrats believe it is okay for your 7-year-old daughter to decide, on her own, that she is a boy and to take puberty blockers at school without you knowing. The left knows they can’t fully indoctrinate your children until you are out of the picture. Parents are a threat to them; Tong says himself that parents are “dangerous”. The Attorney General’s argument that shielding parents from what is happening in their kids’ lives during the biggest developmental time of their life tells voters everything we need to know. Democrats view your children not as individuals who must be nurtured by their parents, but as tools of the State upon whom to push their radical, false gender identity politics.”


“Attorney General Tong clearly thinks that parents are wholly unaware of what is happening in their child’s life, that they are simply absentee beings in their child’s life or, even more disturbing, he believes parents would stop loving and caring for their child and would some how seek to hurt their own child because of feelings and beliefs their child may hold. To argue that requiring communication between school employees and parents would ‘damage the trust between students and their teachers, coaches, and guidance counselors’ as he does in the Amicus Brief, shows that Attorney General Tong is more than happy to damage the trust between parent and child, a relationship that predates any educational experience the child has and will continue long beyond the child’s educational career is complete” continued Proto.


“Parents are in the best position to understand and provide for their children’s health and well-being. School Boards, teachers, school nurses, and elected officials should be conduits of information for parents, not a replacement for parents.  Kids are not lab rats, and schools, teachers, boards of education, elected officials, and particularly not Attorneys General should not be using children to test their societal realignment theories” Proto concluded.