The Democrat platform in 2023 is straight out of a 1990’s science fiction movie.
Even though they claim to be the “Party of science,” Democrat lawmakers are pushing an agenda that defies science at every turn.
But Republicans in one Red state are standing in the way of their Democrat Governor’s radical agenda.
The Party of science?
Men can get pregnant, too!
Men can also have periods!
This is what passes as “science” for Democrats in 2023.
Woke radicals are legislating their extreme science fiction delusions all across the country, and oftentimes its kids who are suffering.
Red state Republicans have been trying to protect children by introducing and passing legislation that prohibits gender-altering surgeries and puberty blockers for minors.
Democrats and their friends in the media are calling it an attack on so-called “transcare.”
The term “transcare” is intended to get people to think transgenders are being denied medical treatment.
But this is not the case, as a transgendered person will not be turned down for care if they go to the hospital.
The GOP simply believes it’s unacceptable for doctors to perform gender-altering medical operations or stop the natural puberty of a child.
They also don’t think men should be allowed to use the girls’ bathroom and participate against women in sports.
Protecting children in Kentucky
That’s exactly what a bill recently passed in Kentucky is designed to do.
However, Bluegrass State Democrat Governor Andy Beshear vetoed the legislation last week.
“I heard from children that believe this bill is picking on them,” Beshear said. “And asking — in many ways — ‘why?’ I told them that I was going to show them that there is at least one person in Frankfort that cares for all of our children in the commonwealth, no matter what.”
According to Beshear, you only care about children if you let them decide to mutilate their genitals and change their gender when they’re too young to understand the consequences of their decision.
Instead of getting them actual help, Beshear believes it’s compassionate to trap mentally disturbed children into a life sentence of painful delusions about who they are.
But the Kentucky GOP has the best interest of children at heart.
And the Associated Press reported that the State Senate voted to override Beshear’s veto by a 29-8 margin.
The State House voted to override the veto by a 76-23 margin.
Veto-proof majorities can come in very handy when a Red state has a Democrat Governor.
“We cannot allow people to continue down the path of fantasy, to where they’re going to end up 10, 20, 30 years down the road and find themselves miserable from decisions that they made when they were young,” Republican Shane Baker said.
The new law also takes a page out of Ron DeSantis’ playbook.
Much like DeSantis did in Florida, this new law in Kentucky restricts discussion of sexual topics in schools for students of all ages.