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Transgender Activist Brags about Giving ‘Trans’ Drugs to Minors

'I’m now a proud criminal in Mississippi for ‘aiding and abetting’ lifesaving medicine for trans youth...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Eli Erlick, a man who pretends to be a woman and a self-described “trans” activist, openly bragged on social media about giving life-altering cross-sex hormones to minors who are delusional enough to think that they are a member of the opposite sex, and Erlick actively encouraged others to do the same.

“I’m now a proud criminal in Mississippi for ‘aiding and abetting’ lifesaving medicine for trans youth,” Erlick tweeted on Monday, as reported by Libs of TikTok. “I realize the risks of posting this but it’s more important to encourage others to share lifesaving medications than guarantee one’s safety (granted I’m in little danger in NY).”

Erlick also informed his followers that he orders more drugs than required to fulfill the role of illegal hormone supplier to confused young people.

“I order 4 times more estrogen & testosterone blockers than I actually take. You should do too,” Erlick wrote.

“Several states have now banned trans medicine for minors but we won’t let a single young person go without medication. We’ll provide care ourselves if youth can’t access formal medicine.”

According to Libs of TikTok, the reason why Erlick is so open about the crimes that he committed is that he knows he is above the law because the Biden administration supports the mutilation of the bodies of children.

“Eli knows ‘she’s’ breaking the law but thinks ‘she’ can get away with it. Trans activists are used to getting away with whatever they want by emotionally manipulating the public. They think they’re above the law. We’re not gonna let them get away with it anymore,” Libs of TikTok wrote.

Matt Walsh, a conservative commentator on the Daily Wire, responded to the series of tweets by saying that he contacted the Mississippi governor’s office regarding this crime.

“Erlick has admitted to many crimes but never to committing one in a state that is not only willing to prosecute but has the political will to do so. This was a serious error and I intend to fully exploit it,” he wrote.

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