Your Children Belong to the State

20 Jun

According to a judge in Texas, your children no longer belong to you.

Don’t believe me? Read here:


Who is better to raise your child than you? According to this judge, the state you live in.

Now say mom had left a welt on her child, or there had been real signs of abuse. But that wasn’t the case. The mom spanked her toddler and the paternal grandmother took the toddler to the hospital. Now how convenient is it that the paternal grandmother now has custody of the children?

Then the judge tells the mom: “You don’t spank children.”

Says who?! Who said the judge is allowed to make that determination? Is he going to come home and raise your children and cook them dinner and teach them to be responsible adults and do their homework with them?

I didn’t think so.

Watch out parents, this sets the precedent. Any time you upset your ex spouse, their family, your family, your neighbors – you may be an easy target to be a convicted felon.


Posted by on June 20, 2011 in Family, In Jen's Opinion, Politics


3 responses to “Your Children Belong to the State

  1. Preston Schumacher

    July 22, 2011 at 3:10 am

    I just started learning about this control of our kids from Alex Jones. Thank you for informing people of the in justice that is happening.

  2. Anonymous

    September 13, 2011 at 10:39 pm

    When Mom and Dad signed the Birth certificate, They gave the state title and ownership of thier child.

  3. AAmaya

    September 14, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    What type of spanking would prompt a grandma to take grandchild to the hospital? was this a pattern of abuse and she just had enough?

    There is more to this story


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