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Utah’s ‘Republican’ Gov. Slammed for Telling His Pronouns to Kids

'My preferred pronouns are he him and his, and thank you for sharing yours with me... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Utah’s RINO Governor, Spencer Cox, has been slammed after a video giving his “preferred pronouns” to school kids and speaking on “equity and inclusion” resurfaced, National File reported.

“Ladies and gentleman, good afternoon. I am Governor Spencer Cox, and I have the pleasure today of hosing the first ‘One Utah’ student town hall,” he said, introducing the meeting.

“My preferred pronouns are he him and his, and thank you for sharing yours with me.”

This video town hall, which happened a year ago, has resurfaced after the governor vetoed legislation that would have prevented biological males from competing in women’s sports.

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Thanks to Utah‘s large Republican majority, legislators were able to override Cox’s veto but the bill is expected to circulate through the courts for several years.

In the town hall, Cox also talked with kids about expanding sex education in public schools, saying “we need more of that.”

He also encouraged a young middle-school-aged girl to go to school board meetings and discuss introducing materials explaining contraceptives and abortions into the curriculum.

Cox has been bowing to leftist pressure for years, constantly using conservative Americans as scapegoats and publicly fighting with former President Donald Trump.

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Acting as a voice against election integrity, Cox supported the Democrat impeachment attempts and even called on Trump to step down before the end of his term.

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