Radical billionaire Democrat Tom Steyer is the founder of NextGen America, a group committed to convincing the world that climate change is a man-made crisis. Steyer is also spending millions in TV ads to further divide America, suggesting Americans should get behind lawmakers to impeach President Trump.

Democrat political activist, Tom Steyer, has taken his hate for anyone who doesn’t agree with him (anyone who doesn’t identify as a Democrat) to a whole new level with his new hate ad, directed at mothers on Mother’s Day.

The TV ad Steyer’s group produced, illustrates how the Democrat Party has embraced hate, intolerance, and generalizations about anyone who doesn’t agree with your political views as their new platform for 2018 and beyond.

USA Today was only too happy to help promote his message of hate and division:

USA Today, the leftist, anti-Trump publication, that is slipped under the door of guests staying at many popular hotel chains around the US, published an article about the disgusting Steyer ad. Somehow, USA Today’s radical publication has managed to fly under the radar and instead, has readers believing they are a fluffy, non-partisan publication that shouldn’t be taken seriously. Nothing could be further from the truth.


One look at the article they used to promote Tom Steyer’s sick “Mother’s Day” ad, and it’s hard to refute our claim.

USA Today’s headline:

From “the birds and the bees” to underage drinking, parents have many difficult conversations as their children grow up. And a liberal advocacy groups wants moms to add a new one to that list this Mother’s Day: Republicans. 

“This Mother’s Day, talk to your child about the GOP,” environmental advocacy group NextGen America warns in a tongue-in-cheek campaign ad published ahead of Mother’s Day.

The ad begins with a mom who says she noticed “some issues” with her son in middle school, and shows a yearbook photo of him with a quote below: “‘Go back to where you came from.’ — Me.”

She then describes how he started stealing money, but not from her, from “less fortunate kids.”

USA Today includes the disgusting and divisive ad, with no disclaimers about the hateful images or messages it promotes:

The mother explains that her son “was never afraid to talk with girls,” she says with a chuckle. “But things never really worked for some reason.” The son is seen in a framed photo in a “Trump” shirt holding a sign that reads “BABY KILLER” in front of two people.

“It wasn’t until I met his college buddies that I realized it might be too late,” the mom says as the ad cuts to a photo of men holding tiki torches — presumably from the night before a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August that left one woman dead. [PRESUMABLY?…]

The ad ends with the mom knocking back a drink and warning others to have a conversation with their kids about Republicans. “I wish I had,” she says.

NextGen America was founded by liberal billionaire and environmental activist Tom Steyer, who has called for President Trump to be impeached.

Here’s a transcript of the Steyer ad:

I started noticing some issues with him, maybe in middle school.

The stealing started out small, a few dollars here and there. Not from me, oddly enough, but from less fortunate kids.

He was never afraid to talk with girls [laughs]. But things never really worked out for some reason

I worried when he went to college, but he came home often…[laughs] I guess he never really learned to do his own laundry [laughs].

It wasn’t until I met his college buddies that I realized it might be too late.

Only a mother can catch the signs early. This Mother’s Day, talk to your child about the GOP, I wish I had.

Nice message for mothers on their special day. Well done, Democrats…well done.

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