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Stupidocrisy: Using God to justify child mutilation

There are a lot of bad things going on in this world. It is difficult to even fathom mankind’s cruelty to each other. The trend toward everything transgender in the United States is among the cruelest. To think that politicians would advocate for and even legalize the sexual mutilation of minor children is beyond good reason and decency. The LGBTQ+ community that has infiltrated America’s schools and is allowed unfettered influence in causing minor children to first think about their sexuality and then question it to the point of wanting to change their sex is a horrible sin. Even more so are the wrong-minded politicians that legalize such horrors. And it is even worse when they invoke God to justify these terrors.

The Kentucky State Senate is comprised of 30 Republicans and 7 Democrats. The Kentucky State House is comprised of 80 Republicans and 20 Democrats. Both houses passed a bill along party lines to require schools to not allow students to a use restrooms, locker rooms, shower rooms that are reserved for students of a different biological sex; must provide parental notification and consent of any curriculum teaching human sexuality; prohibits such instruction in grade 5 or below; prohibits schools from providing medical or mental health services without parental consent; forbids health care providers from administrating puberty blockers to or altering the appearance of the sex of a minor. Kentucky’s Democratic governor Andy Beshear vetoed the bill. The legislature may exercise its right to override the veto by March 30.

Beshear said in his veto statement that the bill “rips away the freedom of parents to make medical decisions for their children,” “turns educators and administrators into investigators that must listen in on student conversations and then knock on doors to confront and question parents and families about how students behave and/or refer to themselves or others,” and “my faith teaches me that all children are children of God and Senate Bill 150 will endanger the children of Kentucky.” He also cited that 45% of LGBTQ youth seriously considered suicide in the past year and 20% of transgender youth attempted suicide. This alone should show that the unnatural and teaching the unnatural is a danger to minor children, but the worldly mindset is to enable this destructive behavior as a showing of empathy to underaged children.

Beshear’s bio says he is a deacon in his church. Then he should know the words of Christ in Matthew 19:4, “Have you not read that He who made them at the beginning ‘made them male and female,” and the Genesis 5:2 account of God making them male and female, indicating there are only two sexes. People teaching and encouraging minor children to question God’s creation and change their sex no doubt causes confusion of a suicidal nature. Governor Beshear is only trying to twist God’s word into something it is not. Schools are routinely encouraged to report suspected child abuse to local authorities, but in Beshear’s mind, schools should be discouraged from reporting sexual predation and mutilation by LGBTQ+ groomers. Many politicians like Beshear attempt to blame God for their actions. This is worse than, say it with me…Stupidocrisy.



Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

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