Seth Dillon lays waste to Chelsea Clinton for coming out ‘in favor of porn for kids’

Going beyond satire, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton weighed in on book bans and The Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon contributed to her brutal ratio with a comment on what she’d really “come out in favor of.”

Parents have become increasingly more aware of the content ideologues have worked to put in front of their children and have made great strides to pushback. As a result, leftists like Chelsea Clinton have applied victimhood status to the alphabet activists aiming to indoctrinate the next generation, but it really boiled down to her pushing “porn for kids.”

“Over 50% of the attempted book bans last year involved books with LGBTQ+ characters & themes,” she tweeted with a link to an NBC News article suiting her narrative. “Books are a vital way that children, adolescents and adults learn about themselves and our world. Bans such as these are nothing but harmful.”

Dillon quote tweeted her with his scathing take, “Chelsea Clinton has come out in favor of porn for kids.”

That brutal takedown was followed up with a highlight reel from the state of Florida that contrasted the myth Clinton and her ilk were trying to perpetuate with the reality of the explicit and graphic content kids were being shielded from in schools.

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“It’s a way of telling young gay and transgender persons that they don’t belong in school, that they don’t belong to the community,” the article quoted the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom director Deborah Caldwell-Stone as saying.

But there was no getting around the material that was actually being propped up as writer Chad Felix Greene pointed out, “The photo on the article you’re quoting features a book with explicit illustrations of sex acts, a book about incest, one a sex story about two 10 year old boys, one about a man raping and isolating a 12 year old girl, one about a teen girl who seduces a man who kidnaps her…”

His take was piggybacked by another who wrote, “Hey, Chelsea, are you saying you think porn and other sexual obscenities are LGBT themes? Are you saying you think that’s how all LGBT people, and characters, do/should behave?”

“These books not being widely or publicly available are for a reason, and it’s not because there’s an attack on LGBT people. I know you need that narrative to cling to desperately to further your politics, but it’s not the truth,” the tweet added.

In fact, the article even noted the author of that book, Maia Kobabe, had acknowledged “parts of their memoir may not be appropriate for elementary school children.”

Of course, for many, the reality of Clinton’s parentage was too much to ignore under the circumstances and therefore pointed out, “The groomer doesn’t fall far from the tree apparently.”

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