There has been a shift within the LGBTQ community that involves reaching out to the youth of tomorrow, exposing them to ideas surrounding gender identity and sexual orientation. Over the last few months, videos of drag queens holding story hour for kids sparked a heated debate on both sides. But men sporting a dress and reading a story means little when looking at the medical industry that is supposedly making a sizable fortune on helping young adults and children change their gender. Wanting to expose the industry that preys on children’s uncertainties for financial gain, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson didn’t hold back on Wednesday, declaring that basic ethical guidelines no longer exist.
In the video, which can be watched below, Tucker Carlson ripped into the medical industry and even the University of California. “Never has American medicine been more transparently a racket than it is right now. With the most basic ethical guidelines gone, completely ignored, we should not be surprised to learn that some hospitals have decided to monetize the mental anguish of children. Consider the University of California at San Francisco hospital. Supposedly it’s one of the best in the world, UCSF, despite its august reputation, is not even trying to behave responsibly when it comes to children who have been convinced by TikTok they should change their sex.”
Splitting them into two, Tucker Carlson pointed out that activists and other groups like the Human Rights Campaign support the procedures on children. But for hospitals, the host showcased a video from a Vanderbilt University administrator who bragged about a single procedure bringing in $40,000. “The truth is people who are horrified for this are not the bad actors. Vanderbilt is a bad actor. They just admitted on camera to castrating children as young as 13 years old. Five years from now, we’re going to look back at this, like a lot of things we’ve done recently, like destroying public art and statues and the Covid vaccine, so many of the things we done without thinking about it in an environment where no one is allowed to protest, and we’re going to look back at shame and horror.”
Recently, Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene introduced the Protect Children’s Innocence act after learning about Chloe Cole. She stated, “She started taking testosterone and puberty blockers, and at 15 years old, she had a double mastectomy. She’s now 18 years old, and she regrets all of it. She is one of the leading voices in the de-trans community that is massive. But this community has been largely ignored by the media and especially social media. Even worse, she’s attacked for being brave and speaking out. Chloe doesn’t say anything about politics. She doesn’t talk about political parties. She doesn’t identify and put herself or align herself with anyone or anything. The only thing Chloe is saying over and over again is that this should have never happened to her. She regrets it deeply. And she will work continuously as long and as hard as she can to stop this from happening to children.”
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