Parents are celebrating nationwide after Alabama scored one victory over woke extremism that could save countless children

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The radical Left has been working overtime to force woke extremist indoctrination onto children.

But it’s not just being taught as theory.

And now parents are celebrating nationwide after Alabama scored one victory over woke extremism that could save countless children.

Alabama law challenged after seeking to criminalize gender-bending medical care

The radical Left has been promoting irreversible sex change operations and dangerous experimental drugs on children to continue advancing their twisted, woke extremist agenda. 

Over the past couple years, working class Americans have been exposing their extremist efforts despite Democrats continuous claims that it’s all “conspiracy theories.”

The revelations that these dangerous medical experiments have been taking place in children’s hospitals across the nation has led to a nationwide push to outlaw the practice. 

In April 2022, Alabama became one of the first states to outlaw sex change procedures for minors, including puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and sex-change surgeries.

The Alabama Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act made it a felony for physicians and surgeons to perform so-called “gender affirming” care for minors in the state. 

The penalty for anyone convicted under the law could result in up to ten years in state prison.

But the law was quickly put on hold after a lawsuit in the weeks that followed.

ACLU threatens state lawmakers

Shortly after the Alabama law passed, a group of parents filed a lawsuit against the state, claiming that it would put their transgender children at risk. 

The American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama led the charge against the bill calling it “cruel” and “dangerous.”

“If Alabama lawmakers insist on passing this… unconstitutional legislation into law, the state will immediately have a lawsuit to deal with,” they wrote in a press release. 

The ACLU went on to say Alabama should “consider the time and resources they will invest, not to mention the stain of discrimination… [and] lost opportunity and investment.”

But their efforts to block the law from taking effect have hit a major snag after the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals decided to lift the injunction that was put in place by a district court. 

Now, it is at least temporarily illegal in the state of Alabama for medical practitioners to offer these experimental gender reassignment services.

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall celebrated the court’s decision to allow the law to go into effect.

“Significant victory for our country, for children, and for common sense…”

“The physical and psychological safety of our children can now be better protected from these untested and life-altering chemical and surgical procedures through the implementation of the Alabama Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act,” Marshall said.

The AG called the decision by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals a “significant victory for our country, for children, and for common sense.” 

The parents who partnered with the ACLU to shut down the ban on experimental gender reassignment procedures responded to the court ruling with outrage. 

“Alabama’s transgender healthcare ban will harm thousands of transgender adolescents across the state and will put parents in the excruciating position of not being able to get the medical care their children need to thrive,” they said in a statement.

This could lead to another lawsuit being filed at the Supreme Court. 

If the woke extremist activists do take this route it could have far-reaching implications for these radical procedures.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.