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  • ross1948 20:30 on October 1, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , exploitation of children, , Nashvile   

    Pretty Sick, Pretty Sickening! 

    I went to Nashville, quite a long time ago….and had a great time.

    So fond memories, but these days?



    Pretty sick, what goes on at ‘the Pediatric Transgender Clinic,’ located at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center.


    Doctors there reportedly do “gender-affirming” double mastectomies on minor girls. Additionally available, ‘puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones for minors as well…

    Sick, indeed, but thanks to the Daily Wire, which, unlike some bigger media, gets the idea of investigative journalism…




    …we also learn about some other, truly sickening, aspects, which have resulted in ‘lawmakers demanding an investigation...’


    Shocking videos showed a doctor calling certain transgender surgeries “huge money-makers…”

    Not to mention a ‘health law expert’ in whose considered opinon, “religious” conscientious objections to the surgeries are “problematic.

    .  READ


  • ross1948 00:01 on June 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , exploitation of children, , State Farm insurance   


    You may remember this.

    Is Your Insurance Company Abetting Deviancy?

    Well, now the fightback is well and truly under way..


    Last year as America’s oldest consumer protection organization, Consumers’ Research launched the Consumers’ First Initiative.

    The purpose was to send a message to large corporations: “pay attention to your customers, not woke politicians,” and “if they want to play politics, they should be prepared to be treated like politicians.”

    That means they will face the kind of scrutiny, attack ads, and opposition research politicians face in heated political campaigns.

    Consumers’ Research launched the initiative with a series of campaigns highlighting companies like Nike, who took progressive political positions to cover for a range of bad behaviors including profiting off forced labor in China; American Airlines, who attacked a popular voter ID law while requiring ID for their flights, where they reduced legroom and laid off employees during the pandemic despite cashing in on major government bailouts; and Coca Cola, who has consistently leaned on progressive politics to distract from dismal sales and decades of “poisoning America’s youth.”

    Then last month Will Hild, Executive Director of Consumers’ Research, announced he had received a tip from an employee of State Farm insurance that the insurance carrier was involved in a woke indoctrination program that placed books on “being transgender” and “being nonbinary” in community centers and public libraries with the goal of influencing children as young as five-years-old, attempting to expose children to woke ideology without their parents’ permission, consent, or even involvement.

    The consumers protection group launched a major ad campaign to draw attention to this troubling behavior, including a website, “LikeACreepyNeighbor.com.”

    Upon launch of the campaign Hild said “We want to call them out for that activity and to notify parents and customers of State Farm’s activity, so they can hopefully get them to cut it out. But at the very least, make sure that their kids were not approached by State Farm on these issues.”

    He added “State Farm must be held accountable for targeting kindergarteners with their woke indoctrination.

    The announcement was met with swift backlash for the company with thousands of commenters sharing that they had called their agent and switched insurance carriers. Red State reported that agents across the country reacted furiously, calling their leadership and demanding answers, forcing State Farm Executive Vice President Rand Herbert to send a voice message to all agents the same day our campaign launched, saying “we made a mistake with our involvement in this program, and we’re sorry.”

    But that isn’t enough.

    The transgender-in-training program ran for several months with these books being delivered to kindergarten classrooms courtesy of State Farm. 

    State Farm should assign an external third party to audit all programs targeting children and get to the bottom of this and any other breaches of trust by State Farm.

    The company should determine every school, public library, and community center where the books were donated.

    And they should Publish the results and notify parents in the areas where books were made available to children.

    Demand answers

  • ross1948 18:15 on June 3, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , exploitation of children, LA Public Library   

    Who’s Funding Foul Frolics In LA? 

    Who would want to be a parent in LA?

    What kind of parents, indeed, would feel their child was safe in a Los Angeles public library, knowing that….



    …a video has surfaced of children dancing on stage along with drag queens while adult audience members threw money at them during a May event called DragCon 2022…

    And that the event was sponsored by…

    taxpayer-funded organizations like the Los Angeles Public Library. 


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