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Moms slam Biden for tweet suggesting it’s better for them to work rather than raise their kids
The president diminished the importance of motherhood and stressed putting moms to work.
Tue Nov 23, 2021 - 7:10 pm EST
WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) – Last night, President Joe Biden sent out a policy comment via Twitter that reveals exactly how much he and Democrat politicians value the role that mothers play in caring for their children and family members in need: zero.
He doesn’t want mothers to stay at home nurturing their kids. He wants able-bodied women out in the workforce while paying strangers to raise their kids:
“Nearly 2 million women in our country have been locked out of the workforce because they have to care for a child or an elderly relative at home,” he said.
“My Build Back Better Act will make caregiving accessible and affordable and help them get back to work,” he added, trying to sound as if he has the best interests of American women and their families in mind.
The President’s infelicitous remark diminishing the vocation of moms triggered an immediate Twitter backlash.
“Treating children as an inconvenience that prevents all parents from joining the labor force really is progressive canon at this point,” fired back Oren Cass, executive director of American Compass and author of “The Once and Future Worker.”
“This from Biden is eerily reminiscent of his claim during the primary that his childcare tax credit ‘would put 7 million women back to work.”
“The reality is that too many people ‘have been locked out of’ family life because they need to labor outside of the home,” countered Ryan Anderson, Ethics and Public Policy Center President.
“We need an economy that allows more people to choose to ‘care for a child or an elderly relative at home,’” continued Anderson. “Work in the home is real work. Family life matters.