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Will the Supreme Court Save Our Kids From the Trans Cult?

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One of the most evil movements to rise into the mainstream over the past twenty years has been the transgender cult and its push to mutilate children. As a parent, it's honestly terrifying to think that everything around you is a potential device for grooming kids, whether it's Hollywood or the public school system. But hope may be coming from the Supreme Court. And it can't come soon enough.

On Monday, the Supreme Court announced that it will review a Tennessee law that prohibits transgender procedures for minors to determine whether it violates the Constitution. This is huge as it sets the stage for a significant ruling on this issue, which the states are currently duking out.

As you are likely aware, blue states are rapidly stripping parents of the right to protect their children from the transgender cult. If a child has been brainwashed and suddenly claims to be the opposite sex, parents who object may find that there's little they can do to stop the state from swooping in, taking their child, and proceeding with irreversible damage to their child's body. 

If you live in a red state with a conservative legislature and governor, you are luckier than those who aren't because those states are protecting kids. However, there's a bit of a caveat because that isn't stopping liberal judges from overruling bans on child mutilation. In other words, nowhere is completely safe — yet. 

Hopefully, that's where the Supreme Court can fix this. The justices have agreed to review a lower court decision upholding Tennessee's ban, which the Biden Justice Department appealed, claiming that the law breaches the 14th Amendment.

As exciting as this is, it's going to be a while before the Supreme Court has its say in the matter. According to CBS News, the Supreme Court will hear the case in its next term, which starts in October. This means that a decision that could settle the issue won't come until June 2025. 

The court's eventual ruling will likely have nationwide repercussions, as over 20 states have enacted laws in recent years protecting minors from being administered puberty blockers, hormones, or surgeries for what gender activists call "gender-affirming care."

Of course, the caveat is that despite the 6-3 conservative majority on the court, there's no guarantee it will uphold the Tennessee law. That said, earlier this year, the court did allow Idaho's ban on transgender procedures on children to remain in place amid ongoing legal battles, overturning decisions that lower courts made. The justices' order back in April allowed the state to enforce a 2023 law that imposes severe penalties on physicians, including up to 10 years behind bars, for administering hormones, puberty blockers, or other transgender procedures on children under 18 years old. 

Last year, a study from Finland found that gender dysphoria is a symptom of mental illness and that gender transitioning procedures do not reduce suicide risk. Additionally, research from the Netherlands indicated that most children experiencing gender dysphoria naturally resolve their confusion after puberty.

Earlier this year, the UK’s National Health Service published a comprehensive 388-page report from Hilary Cass, president of the Royal College of Pediatrics. This report represents a thorough and systematic review of medical evidence on gender transitions, revealing significant doubts about the scientific basis of such procedures for gender-confused children. The report concluded that ideology rather than empirical evidence drives these interventions.

Let's hope the Supreme Court does right by the Constitution and the children that this dangerous cult is targeting.

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