Do you want to co-parent with the Government?

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Last week President Biden was talking to some teachers about children when he said "They're not somebody else's children. They're like yours when they're in the classroom."

Biden went on: "They're all our children," repeating the often said liberal line.

He's not the first and he won't be the last.

Paren'ts' groups reacted quickly. "There is no way that my child, or children, are any other person's child," said Elicia Brand to Fox News Digital. She is co-founder of Army of Parents.

She went on: "And I will tell you that there are parents all over this country that will die on a hill to say that we do not co-parent with the government."

Quisha King is Senior Director with Moms for America. "Biden or any teacher for that matter, has some nerve to think that at any time of the day, I become irrelevant as a parent and that my child belongs to the state," King told Fox News Digital. "This kind of thinking is exactly why some teachers and administrators believe they do not have to inform parents when there are issues going on with our children."  

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