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The Rally To End Child Mutilation
It’s been a busy week. I just left Virginia where I was campaigning alongside and in support of a great candidate named Yesli Vega. She is a courageous woman running for Congress in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District - you can learn more about her here (https://yeslivega.com). One of the issues that has become central in her campaign against Democrat Rep. Spanberger is the issue of parental rights. Spanberger is supported by a Virginia delegate who plans to introduce legislation that would charge parents with a felony if they refuse to “affirm” their child’s “gender identity.”
Yesterday I was in Nashville, TN joining thousands of our fellow Americans on the steps of the Tennessee State Capitol to take a stand to protect the most vulnerable and innocent among us — our kids.
This was a rally that was organized and led by Matt Walsh of The Daily Wire. He recently exposed how the Vanderbilt University Medical Center has been promoting and performing chemical castration and irreversible genital mutilation on minors — kids as young as 13 years old — all in the name of ‘gender affirmation.’ What does this mean? Performing double mastectomies on kids, giving them hormones that could make them infertile, susceptible to cancer, vulnerable to a cardiac event, and more.
They’ve been doing this since 2018, and apparently it’s been a big money-maker for them. They also threatened anyone on their staff who objected to these practices to get in line or “face the consequences.”
After Matt Walsh exposed their harmful and abusive practices, they deleted any mention and reference to these irreversible sex procedures they were conducting on minors. And now, they are playing the victim card — as though they are the ones being harmed in all of this. And the so-called woke fanatical ideologues on Twitter and in Washington are up in arms — not for the kids, but for the people who are abusing them.
That’s why thousands of people gathered at the Tennessee State Capitol yesterday to make our voices heard. We must keep kids first. Protect them from those who seek to exploit them and do them harm.
One of the most powerful speakers there yesterday was a young girl named Chloe Cole - a victim of those aggressively pushing this “trans ideology” on our young, impressionable kids.
You may have seen interviews she has done recently, and the brave video she put out on Twitter talking about her experiences in the hope that she can help other kids who may be going through similar struggles.
Standing in front of over 3,000 people, including a handful of very noisy protestors who were there to support continued child mutilation, she spoke with a calm and deliberate strength, with resolve in her voice.
She called for an end to child mutilation, and talked about how she was lied to by supposed medical professionals after being introduced to gender ideology when she was just 11 years old. When she self-identified as a transgender boy at 12 years old, she was prescribed puberty blockers and testosterone at 13 years old, and received a double mastectomy at 15. Her parents were bullied into agreeing to these treatments by doctors who said ‘Would you rather have a dead daughter or a live son?’ without disclosing what the short and long-term negative health consequences would be for Chloe.
At 16 years old, Chloe Cole realized she had made a mistake. “I realized the beauty of motherhood was stolen from me by medical professionals who my family entrusted me to,” said Cole. “I realized, after maturing a bit more, that a child does not in fact ‘know who they are’ at 12 years old.”
Her story is a powerful one that must be heard and shared.
If we do not speak up and take a stand to protect our kids, who will? The so-called woke mob is trying to silence our voices, as they continue abusing our kids in the name of ‘care.’ They don’t care about our kids. We must stand up for them and stop this insane mission to sexualize and abuse our kids.
Here’s a link to the livestream of the rally:
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