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May 13 2021

Rescuing Children From Abuse vs Other Priorities

Among the primary reasons that future historians will look back at our current society and shudder with horror is that children are brainwashed into rejecting their own bodies and then physically deformed into grotesque facsimiles of the opposite sex in the name of an ideology that attempts to make depravity the highest moral virtue. At least in Texas, Republican legislators want to put a stop to it. Problem is, they don’t have time.

They have been too busy naming Dr Pepper the official state soft drink, the Texas star mushroom the official state mushroom, San Marcos the official mermaid capital of Texas, and more:

[O]n Tuesday, Texas House Republicans passed a handful of other critical “resolutions”—naming Llano the official barrel racing capital of Texas, designating Missouri City the official hip-hop capital of Texas, and recognizing Fort Davis as the highest town in Texas.

With all these press priorities, House Bill 1399 has been left for dead.

HB 1399 would stop procedures such as cutting off children’s healthy body parts and administering cross-sex hormones and other sterilizing drugs. The bill was originally proposed after the issue took a national spotlight in Texas with the case of James Younger, a now 9-year-old Dallas-area boy whose mother wanted to force him—against the father’s wishes—to take sterilizing drugs and eventually be castrated.

Republicans control the Texas House of Representatives, but they have left this bill unscheduled for weeks. There are only a couple of weeks left of the legislative session.

Too bad; they would have taken the bull by the horns by addressing a controversial issue, but the clock ran out on them. Maybe next year.

There is still time for a last minute rally of courage:

On the other side of the Capitol, the Texas Senate has already passed a similar proposed law to classify certain disfiguring operations as child abuse. This means even if the Texas House chooses to let HB 1399 die, legislators will have the opportunity to consider and approve the Senate’s law in the final couple weeks of the session.

They don’t have many sessions left before Biden’s open border policy turns Texas blue.

On a tip from VannaLee73.


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