Ad released exposing Biden for his support of sex changes for second-graders

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American Principles Project PAC released a new digital ad earlier this week exposing Joe Biden for voicing support for children as young as eight years told to change their sex.

The idea that an eight-year-old child, or a ten-year-old child, decides, you know, ‘I decided I want to be transgender, that’s what I think I’d like to be, it’d make my life a lot easier.’ There should be zero discrimination [emphasis added] … I promise you, there is no reason to suggest that there should be any right denied your [transgender] daughter… that your other daughter has a right to be and do.

American Principles Project PAC will run the ad this week in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

APP PAC’s Terry Schilling released the following statement:

“Last Thursday exploded once and for all the myth of the ‘moderate’ Joe Biden. Sex changes for 8-year-olds? The vast majority of Americans recognize this for the insanity that it is and strongly oppose it. Yet Biden and Democrats have become so wedded to the radical transgender movement that they have now come out in open support of elementary school children undergoing the sex change process along with all the dangerous and often irreversable steps it entails.

“Since we know the establishment media will do their best to cover for Biden, it’s up to us to hold him accountable. We will be spending the final days of this campaign making sure swing state voters are aware of the radical views Joe Biden holds on this issue so that they can make an informed choice on Election Day.”

 

Polling from July showed overwhelming opposition to such ideas, including 79 percent of voters in Michigan, 77 percent in Wisconsin and 78 percent in Pennsylvania.

Author: Jacob Hall