South Dakota House Passes Bill Setting Criminal Sanctions on Doctors Who Drug and Mutilate ‘Transgender’ Children

The South Dakota state house approved legislation that will make it a criminal act for doctors to prescribe drugs, such as puberty blockers, to “transgender” children in the state.

H.B. 1057 was passed on Wednesday by a 46-23 vote. The legislation will also ban genital mutilation from being performed on transgender children. This applies to children who are the age of 16 and younger in order to protect them from being aggressively targeted and groomed by the LGBT agenda looking for new recruits.

State Rep. Fred Deutsch (R), the primary sponsor of the legislation, made the announcement of the bill’s passage on his Twitter account.

“It is a bill to protect vulnerable South Dakota children who have some challenges with understanding if they’re a boy or a girl. It’s the same penalty as we established in the Female Genital Mutilation bill, I copied the penalty from that bill. I think of the procedures as similar, they’re both mutilating procedures,” Deutsch said after he introduced the legislation.

The ACLU of South Dakota is ready to challenge the legislation in court if it passes the Senate and is signed into law. They hope liberal activist judges will upend the democratic process so children can continue being drugged and mutilated in the state.

“By blocking medical care supported by every major medical association, the legislature is compromising the health of trans youth in dangerous and potentially life-threatening ways,” said Libby Skarin, policy director for the ACLU of South Dakota, in a statement.

“Discrimination against a marginalized group is a distraction from the state’s real needs and hurts us all,” Skarin added. “Transgender young people live in our state and need to feel like the government represents them, too. The more we legislate solutions in search of problems, the more our communities suffer.”

NBC News published an op/ed written by a representative of the LGBT special interest group, The Trevor Project, which encourages the drugging of gender-confused children.

“According to accredited medical organizations like the Endocrine Society, medications may only be offered later if physicians and parents together decide it is helpful to delay puberty and give youths the time to mature and make their own decisions about their bodies,” wrote Dr. Alexis Chavez, medical director for The Trevor Project, in defense of dosing children with drugs that will change their bodies forever.

“We must listen to medical professionals, educate parents and legislators on the health of transgender youth, and correct the misinformation circulating on this issue. Affirming transgender youths saves lives,” she concluded.

This child abuse cult will stop at nothing to conduct their Mengelean experiments on innocent, precocious children. Deutsch’s legislation is a good first step toward ending some of the most heinous medical abuses the worst has ever known.