Missouri's first-term senator just keeps bringing win after win after win for conservatives.
This latest proposal from Josh Hawley is possibly his best yet:
Senator Josh Hawley announced legislation on Wednesday that would allow those who were harmed by undergoing sex-change procedures as minors to bring legal action against the individuals and entities who provided the procedures.
Hawley, a Republican and senator for Missouri, introduced the Protecting Our Kids from Child Abuse Act following the shocking accusations of abuse and medical malpractice at The Washington University Transgender Medical Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital made by whistleblower Jamie Reed earlier this month.
These gender clinics are ruining the lives of young people and physically mutilating them in mass social engineering experimentation projects. Currently, there's no recourse for the victims.
Certain states have passed laws allowing lawsuits against gender clinics to go forward, but Hawley is bringing this necessary step to the national level.
"What the American people are seeing take place at pediatric gender clinics in St. Louis and across the nation is appalling," said Senator Hawley. "Children who are harmed by these dangerous procedures, which are often irreversible and sterilizing, will now be able to fight back against those who perpetrated their abuse. And federal taxpayers will no longer be forced to foot the bill for abusive treatment."
The most powerful tool against gender clinics is the almighty lawsuit.
This bill will create a "private right of action" for people to sue doctors, gender clinics, universities, and hospitals that mutilated them through gender surgery while minors.
The act would also prohibit federal funding for any pediatric gender clinic, or any university or hospital that is affiliated with a gender clinic, and for any sex change-related procedure being performed on a minor.