I have been hearing about the Pediatric Transgender Clinic at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashvilleon the radio. Even so, the video remained a shocker. What the people running Vanderbilt University Medical Center are doing is child abuse, and they are doing it for money.
Furthermore, the damage done by the people running Vanderbilt University Medical Center and other such unethical institutions extends well beyond the harm they are doing to confused children.
– They are raising the cost of health care by using the government to force insurance institutions to cover the cost of their child abuse. There is no need to cover cosmetic surgery with insurance.
– They are trying corrupt that part of the medical staff at Vanderbilt University Medical Center that wants nothing to do with child abuse.
– They are undermining the public’s trust in the medical establishment. When doctors at what should be a respected institution are so obviously just in it for the money, why would anyone trust doctors? Who in his right mind would trust people who abuse children to provide medical care for themselves or their family?
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In the aftermath of a Tuesday exposé by conservative author and host Matt Walsh, Tennessee’s Republican Governor Bill Lee has called for an investigation of the Pediatric Transgender Clinic at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville…
I linked your post to mine today.
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It’s an abomination, Tom. Just heartbreaking.
I just hope enough people are beginning to see through all the phony compassion and just looking at the plain facts. Even though it does nothing but harm them, these so-called caring doctors are willing to give children dangerous drugs and painful operations.
Long ago I worked with some genuinely intersexed people who had been born that way. Their biggest complaint was the greed and insensitivity of our healthcare system. As children they were often forced into a rigid gender identity through drugs and surgery to correct their alleged birth defects, without their consent. They did not understand the implications nor the lifetime of drugs and surgeries they would be forced to endure. This was mostly back in the 60’s -70’s. The idea being we had progressed, we now understood that kids should never be surgical altered unless it was absolutely medically necessary.
Medicine is supposed operate with this rule: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Following that rule doesn’t seem to be profitable enough for some.