PSAKI: Teachers Should Talk With Young Children About Whether They’re a ‘Boy or a Girl’

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki trashed Florida’s Parental Rights Bill during a heated exchange with CNN’s Chris Wallace this week; saying kindergarten students should be allowed to ask teachers if they’re a “boy or a girl.”

“Don’t parents have a right to be concerned. We’re talking about teaching about sex in Kindergarten. As a parent, I would have problems with that,” said Chris Wallace.

“It’s about teaching gender identity. What should you do if a kid in one of these elementary schools says, ‘What about Sally? Sallly has two moms’ or ‘I’m not sure if I’m a girl or a boy.’ This is creating a problem about an issue that doesn’t exist,” insisted Psaki.

Watch the Press Secretary’s comments above.