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This State Just Passed A Bill Allowing Strangers To Hide Kids From Their Parents

The leftist push to mutilate the bodies of as many children as possible appears to have reached a new pinnacle in Washington.

Democratic lawmakers in that state just passed a bill allowing individuals or organizations to hide minors without informing parents in order to ensure that they receive irreversible “gender-affirming” surgery or other treatments.

Here’s what TheBlaze reported:

The bill states that both licensed and unlicensed persons or organizations that give shelter to a runaway child with the knowledge that the minor in question “is away from a lawfully prescribed residence or home without parental permission” do not have to inform the child’s parents or law enforcement of the child’s location if the “minor is seeking or receiving protected health care services,” defined elsewhere as “gender-affirming treatment and reproductive health care services.”

In other words, Liias’ bill will ensure that individuals or youth/homeless shelters will no longer be obligated to inform children’s parents or law enforcement of their whereabouts if a child is seeking — without parental consent — a sex change, a tracheal shave, a mastectomy, breast implants, an abortion, puberty blockers, or “assisted reproduction” services.

The shocking new bill has been widely denounced on social media:

Unfortunately, Washington isn’t an outlier. Kids who can’t smoke, vote, get a tattoo, or even drive are somehow being encouraged to permanently alter their bodies in the advancement of a radical trans ideology.

And if parents don’t like it, they might just lose their children to the state.

As Fox News reported last month:

Minnesota lawmakers on Thursday advanced legislation that would establish the state as a “trans refuge” for children who are seeking transgender medical procedures but who may be denied “gender-affirming care” in other states.

In a party-line 68-62 vote, the Minnesota House passed HF 146, which had been introduced by Rep. Leigh Finke of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party. Finke is the state’s first transgender lawmaker.

Democrats supporting the bill say the legislation will protect transgender people, their families and healthcare providers from facing legal repercussions for traveling to Minnesota to obtain cross-sex hormone prescriptions or sex-change procedures. Similar legislation has been introduced in California and other states with Democratic-controlled legislatures, which seek to counter Republican states that have sought to ban transgender procedures for minors.

Here’s an infuriating clip about what’s going on in Virginia.


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