“Take a pill to prevent puberty” so they can later have genitals “chopped off…”
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Besides having your basic American freedoms and advantages taken away from you, while immigrants are being exclusively carried through the border to create a Biden-winning voting body for the 2022 midterm elections, if you’re an American parent, the things that are happening right now on the field of education, vaccine mandates and mask mandates for children, critical race theory and recognizing no gender, is definitely a LOUD ALARM!
Former Fox News host, Megyn Kelly, really had enough of being suppressed as a parent.
While speaking to guest Ramona Bessinger on her podcast, Kelly said that her sons were told that they could “take a pill to prevent puberty” so they can later have genitals “chopped off.”
Here’s her loud parent statement.
“Okay, so they unleashed a three-week experimental transgender education program on our boys,” Kelly revealed.
“One of our fellow parents, a man, raised his hand and said ‘Why did my son come home,’ these are third graders eight and 9-year-olds, ‘Why did my son come home and asks if it’s true that he can take a pill to prevent puberty and then when he turns 18 he can have his penis chopped off if he wants to become a woman?’” Kelly said. “There are things that are inappropriate to discuss with children, certainly third graders as it was in our case, and teenagers down the line for all sorts of reasons.”
“Can you believe this BS?” Kelly said. “Don’t talk to my kid about sex toys. About how to become the other sex.”
“It is wrong, it is very wrong, because kids glom onto various identities, especially at that middle school level,” Bessinger replied in agreement. “So they are going to try different hats on at that age. They may try purple hair and different funny things.”
Also, earlier this year, Kelly revealed that she decided to pull her sons from this school following the three-week trans-education program. She explained that the school “went hard left, and then they started to take a really hard turn toward social justice stuff.”