Hillary Fields 'Staged' Question From 9-Year-Old About Gender Pay Gap, Parents Come Under Fire

They took their then 6-year-old twins to an anti-Mitt Romney event.

On Tuesday Hillary Clinton hosted a town hall meeting for supporters in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Now, one set of parents in attendance is coming under fire for allegedly coaching their 9-year-old son to ask the Democrat frontrunner a question about gender pay gap. 

The boy, Relic Reilly, from Townsend, Massachusetts, asked the former Secretary of State why his mother, a preschool teacher, is not paid better. 

In response, Clinton said that she thinks "we still have problems" and that if "you deny those problems, you're denying the fastest way to increase incomes in America."

"My husband talks about that," Relic's mother, Bita, said. "He's an engineer and he says his coworkers, which are female, are not getting paid as much as he is."

But even a rudimentary look at the parents activity on social media reveal a classic left-wing couple who are clearly exploiting their children and indoctrinating them with their own skewed political beliefs. 

The Daily Mail located Relic's father's social media accounts which revealed a string of anti-Republican posts including asking whether a Republican member of Congress should be "lynched." 

In addition, Relic's mother's Twitter account featured posts about taking the young boy and his twin to an anti-Mitt Romney protest when they were only 6-years-old. The Mail reports

The Internet buzzed about Hillary Clinton on Tuesday after a New Hampshire town hall meeting, with right-wingers and a few journalists speculating that a 9-year-old boy who asked Clinton a question about gender pay equity might have been coached.

'My mother, over there, is complaining that she does not get much more money than my father,' young Relic Reilly asked the former secretary of state. 

'My mother is an engineer, I meant, teacher. My father is the engineer. And I think that my mother is working more harder than my ... I think my mother is working much harder, is working more harder than my father and she deserves to have more money, like, get more money, than my father. Because she's taking care of children and I just don't think it's fair.'

Relic's mother Bita Reilly, according to her LinkedIn profile, is a pre-K teacher at a cooperative preschool on the grounds of the tony Groton School, a co-ed boarding school in Groton, Massachusetts. 

She told DailyMail.com via email that she and her son 'talked last night about what we would ask' if Clinton were to call on one of them. But she insisted that 'my son had his own question.'

Clinton's campaign, meanwhile, has yet to comment on the boy's question. If one recalls how children were used to perform pro-Obama songs and chants in videos intended to sway his election, this latest transgression should come as no surprise. Using children as political props is nothing new for Democrats.