SICK: Parents teach three-year old girl is taught to say “We’re going to kill Donald Trump”


My wife and I go out of our way to not introduce concepts like murder to our children, who are also in the same age range as the girl in this video.

We don’t really talk politics in front of them either, not only because they’re too young to even get it, but because I’m not going to tell my children what to think, because that wont end well once they figure it out. Don’t get me wrong, they will know the difference between liberal and conservative, but my wife and I will instill our values to the best of our ability, and guide them (given the adversarial culture that has developed around us over the past 10-15 years, that’s a tall order), and hope that they will realize where they stand when it comes to political and cultural issues.

That’s the right thing to do, but my kids will be at a disadvantage against the little girl in this video, because the path I’m choosing takes work, and YEARS. This little girl is being programmed like a robot, right now. It’s enough to make one weep for our future.

There video is below, but here’s the “transcript” of this sick, twisted, and depraved brainwashing that these a-holes who had no business breeding have done to an innocent child who shouldn’t know such words.

“We’re going to kill Donald Trump,” states the toddler, to which the mother responds, “Why are we going to kill Donald Trump?”

“Cause he’s bad,” responds the child.

“That’s right,” replies the mother.

“We have to kill him,” continues the toddler.

“Why is he bad?” asks the father.

“Cause he wants to take away our family,” responds the child.

The mother then encourages the child to make a third death threat against Trump, asking, “So what are we going to do then?”
“We’re going to kill him,” the child re-asserts.

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