(Headline USA) RINO Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine vetoed a measure Friday that would have banned LGBT-driven genital mutilation for minors and prevented transgenders from commandeering girls and women’s sports, in a break from members of his party who championed the legislation.
GOP lawmakers hold enough seats to override DeWine’s veto, but if or when they would do so was not immediately clear. Both within and between chambers, Republican legislators have not been in lockstep this year.
In a news conference Friday, DeWine said he had listened to people on both sides of the legislation who “truly believe their position best protects children.”
He claimed that the bill would affect a small number of Ohio children.
However, “for those children who face gender dysphoria and for their families, the consequences of this bill could not be more profound,” he said in announcing his decision to veto the legislation.
“Ultimately, I believe this is about protecting human life,” he continued.
In doing so, DeWine ignored the bigger picture in a movement that is designed to subvert scientific facts and replace them with identity politics.
Critics contend that children swept up in a craze of pro-trans propaganda—on social-media sites like TikTok, in indoctrinatory school curricula, and even in the virtue-signaling fervor of some leftist parents to turn their children into props and accessories—may potentially be forced to make life-altering decisions that could affect their well being before their mental reasoning capacity has fully matured.
Meanwhile, allowing biological males, regardless of their sexual identities and fetishes, to participate against females creates considerably more harm for competitors who then find themselves at a physical disadvantage.
It has been exploited in several high-profile cases by mediocre male athletes who went on to dominate the competition in the women’s division …
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