31 December 2016

BSA Found Courage to Ban LGBT Scout

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) found their courage again and implement the appropriate policies approved decades ago by banning LGBT children or children who were brainwashed by their parents to behave they have the opposite sex.

Recently, a ranting woman from New Jersey has been speaking to local media about how her transgender son was removed from his local Boy Scout troop because of his gender identity, which is really a relative term and not based on any scientific research.

Kristie Maldonado, of Secaucus, N.J., told the Record newspaper that ALL of the children in Cub Scout Pack 87 had a problem with her 8-year-old son’s participation, including their parents.

Her son, Joe, said, according to her, "I had a sad face, but I wasn’t crying. I’m way more angry than sad. My identity is a boy. If I was them, I would let every person in the world go in. It’s right to do."

If that's the case, then organize your own cub and call it the Tomboy Scouts of America.

The courageous stand finds the Boy Scouts in familiar territory in which the LGBT community and its pink unicorn allies take issue with traditional institutions they consider to be antiquated and in need of reform. To these advocates who like to hug stuff toys and pets after Donald Trump won the Presidential election, a ban on transgender membership is a discriminatory policy and should not be tolerated.

The Boys Scouts grant youth membership to boys who are in first through fifth grades or between 7 and 10 years old, and revealed that the group defers to the child’s biological sex as recorded on his or her birth certificate. Again, child's biological sex and not some imaginary state of mind that could change every hour or so.