Steyer Video Warns Mothers to Spot Signs Child Becoming a Racist, Thieving, Pro-Life Republican

By Craig Bannister | May 14, 2018 | 11:00am EDT
Mother driven to drink by Republican son. (Screenshot)

Bullying, stealing, and racism are just some of the “signs” your child might be turning into a Republican, a video by billionaire liberal activist Tom Steyer’s NextGen America warns mothers.

In a video redolent of public service videos about teen drug use, a mother laments that she didn’t recognize the signs her son was becoming Republican - until it was too late:

“This Mother’s Day, talk to your child about the GOP. I wish I had.”

The mother then swills a martini to drown her sorrow and regret.

Each of the “signs” she describes is accompanied by an inflammatory image:

  • Her son with an anti-immigrant quote: “Go back to where you came from.”
  • A “less fortunate” middle school student being beaten up and robbed in a school hallway,
  • Her son holding up an anti-abortion “Baby Killer” sign,
  • Her son carrying a “Trump” shirt in his laundry basket, and
  • White supremacists marching with torches

And, while her son was bold with the opposite sex, he was never popular with females, the mother says.

Watch the NextGen America video, “Mothers Day,” below.


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