Chelsea Clinton Slams Parents Who Raise ‘White Children of Privilege’
Bill and Hillary's daughter demands kids 'erode' their privilege
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton has slammed parents who raise "white children of privilege" during a new interview.
Clinton made the bizarre remarks during a live-streamed Women for Biden event to discuss "voting rights."
Speaking with far-left Democrat "Squad" member Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Chelsea flipped the discussion from voting access to race and "white privilege."
“You know, 40% of Americans with disabilities report that they have real challenges voting in person,” Clinton said.
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“And so in states where there haven’t been, kind of, no-excuse absentee voting or where there hasn’t been the introduction of early voting yet, you know, it still isn’t, uh, kind of, easy, fair or equal for many Americans to vote,” Chelsea continued.
"I think it’s really important that my children understand that," she added.
"And I think it’s particularly important that they understand that as white children of privilege because I want them to erode that privilege throughout their lives to ensure more people are enfranchised and that equality isn’t just an ideal,” she declared.
This isn't the first time Chelsea Clinton has attacked American society.
As Neon Nettle has previously reported, in October, she blasted the United States, declaring that America is "not the country I want [my kids] to grow up in."
After declaring that the United States is not good enough for her children, the younger Clinton falsely claimed that "President Trump wanted to dig a ditch at the border and put alligators and snakes and shoot migrants in the leg."
“And I think about the country they’re living in right now it’s not the country I want them to grow up in.
"We learned last night that President Trump wanted to dig a ditch at the border and put alligators and snakes and shoot migrants in the leg…
"The depth of cruelty and inhumanity towards migrants, towards people of color, towards LGBTQ community… is not the America I want my kids to grow up in.”