Saturday, April 13, 2024

Jon Stewart Defends Transitioning Young Children

'I guess my surprise is why would the state of Arkansas step in to override parents...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Jon Stewart joined the national conversation on gender ideology in his latest episode of The Problem with Jon Stewart, fully endorsing medical gender transition for minors.

According to The Post Millennial, Stewart discussed the issue with Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, attempting to debate her and acting as an “expert” in the field.

The state of Arkansas has banned the practice.

Stewart cited the American Medical Association, who have called on Biden’s DOJ to censor and investigate those who have spoken out against medical gender transition of minors, claiming that this was “misinformation.”

Stewart, who made claims that COVID-19 was made in a Chinese lab despite “experts” saying things to the contrary, appears to have flipped on “expert” opinions and now favors them to support his arguments for gender affirmation surgeries.

“I think a lot of people might say, including myself, it’s surprising that the state would say, we want to make a decision for your family and your child to protect them,” Stewart said. “Even though the American Medical Association, the American Association of Pediatrics, The Endocrine Society, the American Association of psychiatrists, all recommend a certain set of guidelines for children that are expressing gender dysphoria.”

“So I guess my surprise is why would the state of Arkansas step in to override parents, physicians, psychiatrists, endocrinologist who have developed guidelines,” he added.

Many experts disagree with Stewart, who appears to be totally in agreement with large organizations like WPATH and the AMA which have openly stated that there should be no age limits on medical gender transition.

These organizations also claim that “eunuch” is a gender identity, and are the organizations most cited by hospitals and gender clinics on how to treat “trans” teens.

Rutledge firmly defended her state’s laws, despite Stewart constantly hurling insults at her for doing so.

“I believe that the outcry by those who are wanting to use these young people as political pawns and to attack those of us who put these sort of laws in place are the ones who are in fact putting these children at risk and making them and putting them on public display and making it part of the mainstream media conversation,” Rutledge said.

“This was not part of the mainstream media conversation. Five years ago, 10 years ago, but now these children are being put on display by those who are claiming to protect them when instead we need to ensure again, that they are working through this with their own families, their own doctors, the communities, their children.”

Social media users were upset by Stewart’s apparent attempt to talk down on conservatives who want to protect their children.

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