BASED: Texas GOP Candidate Shelley Luther Speaks Out Against Transgender Grooming of Children

Texas Republican Party candidate Shelley Luther has come out bravely and boldly against LGBT grooming of children on the campaign trail.

Luther made comments against so-called “transgender children,” claiming that this inversion of all that is good and decent is disgusting and wrong.

“I don’t know any other counties that are more Bible-belt conservative than this district, and it’s the overton window,” Luther said.

“They have AOC in Congress on the Left, and what we have done is become comfortable with what is okay in our society. I am not comfortable with transgenders, the kids they brought into my classroom, when they said this kid is transgendering into a different sex, that I couldn’t have kids laugh at them, like other kids got in trouble for having transgender kids in my class, that’s why I voted for school choice, and my opponent is against school choice,” she added.

Her comments can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on Luther’s heroic stand against RINO Governor Greg Abbott’s lockdown edicts in her state:

Shelley Luther, a salon owner in Dallas, Tex., has been sentenced to seven days behind bars after refusing to comply with government orders to shut down her supposedly non-essential business.

A Dallas County judge reportedly gave an ultimatum to Luther that she must issue a public apology and accept fault in order to avoid jail time. However, the Salon a la Mode owner refused to demean herself beneath the robed lawyer and stood by her principled decision regardless of the consequences.

Luther stood up for herself in the court of law against the judge who claimed she was selfish for wanting to provide for her family.

“I have to disagree with you, sir, when you say that I’m selfish because feeding my kids is not selfish. I have hairstylists that are going hungry because they would rather feed their kids So sir, if you think the law is more important than kids getting fed, then please go ahead with your decision. But I am not going to shut the salon,” Luther said.

In addition to the jail sentence, she will be forced to pay a $7,000 fine as well. The state desperately wants to make an example of Luther as what will happen when a peasant steps out of line during the coronavirus lockdown.

Shelley Luther is running for Texas state representative in District 62. Her official campaign website can be accessed here.

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