Someone finally called out a politician for blatantly twisting the narrative on the Florida parental rights on live TV.
Fox News’ Bret Baier sat down with Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) on Sunday.
When Murphy called the legislation an attack on children, Baier shut him down and called him out right on the spot.
Not What It Is About
Murphy claimed that the new Florida legislation was put in place to “target gay kids in schools.”
That is not even close to what the legislation does.
Murphy stated, “I am very concerned about the sort of very quick, hateful, divisive turn that the Republican Party has taken.
“This effort in Florida to sort of target gay kids in schools, I just think is mean-spirited and something that I had not seen from the Republican Party when I first started out in politics 20 years ago.”
Baier immediately cut him off, stating, “Hold on, I’m going to interrupt you. To target gay kids in schools?
“The bill is about not talking about sexual identity from K through third grade. That’s not targeting gay kids.”
After Murphy again tried to push the bogus narrative, Baier stated, “Senator, do you talk to your kindergartner about sexual identity?”
Murphy refused to answer the question directly.
Baier hit him again, “With your children, did you talk about sexual identity as a kindergartner?
“I mean, you don’t talk about the birds and the bees, let alone the birds and the birds, at that age, kindergarten through third grade.”
The bill has been dubbed the “don’t say gay bill” but the media and Democrats, but this is not even mentioned in the bill.
The law only keeps conversations age-appropriate.
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Source: The Blaze