‘Government is not the effing parent’: Social media revolts at Hillary’s creepy comment about YOUR kids

Get ready to hear Hillary Clinton double, triple and quadruple down on her famous “it takes a village” mantra in order to pull at the heart strings and draw support from unsuspecting parents.

A tweet launched by her Twitter account Wednesday read, “We need to start understanding how important it is to care for every single child as though that child were our own.”

Many saw the post as a continuation of the ingrained Marxist mindset of those who carry the Democrat water at MSNBC.

Case in point, show host and tax dodger, Melisa Harris Perry who capitalized on Hillary’s “village people” sentiment and basically validated human ownership by the state during a network promotion in 2013.

“We have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families and recognize that kids belong to whole communities,” Harris-Perry said.

“We have never invested as much in public education as we should have because we’ve always had a private notion of children.”

Interestingly enough, Clinton called education a “non-family” enterprise during a campaign stop in Iowa early this month. Her comment came after defending the widely despised standardized school curriculum, known as Common Core – a nationalized program being fought largely by parents.

Many social media users didn’t take Clinton’s tweet as an innocuous “feel good” moment.

Those who found the comment creepy, hypocritical and even borderline amusing responded in kind.

Not yet anyway. And then there’s that whole hypocrisy thing.

Others want Hillary to put her mountains-of-money where her mouth is.

It looks as if Hillary will have a harder time selling her collectivism this time around.

Inevitably, there are those who fall for the same old lines every time…

Even actress Marlee Matlin got all caught up in the warm and fuzzies…

Thankfully, it looked like most Tweeters kept it real.

Enough said.

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