Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson Cites 'Principles' Of Ronald Reagan to Defend Chemical Castration Of Kids

Chris Menahan
Apr. 07, 2021

The limited government "principles" of Ronald Reagan and William Buckley demand that Republicans not act to prevent children from undergoing chemical castration and genital mutilation, so said Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson Tuesday on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

"Why do you think it's important for conservatives to make certain that children can block their puberty -- be chemically castrated -- why is that a conservative value?" Tucker Carlson asked Hutchinson after he vetoed a bill to ban child sex changes and the drugging of children with puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones.

"I go back to William Buckley, I go back to Ronald Reagan, to principles of our party, which believes in a limited role of government," Hutchinson said. "Are we as a party abandoning a limited role of government and saying we're going to invoke the government's decision-making over and above physicians, over and above health care, over and above parents and say, you can't do that, you cannot engage in that?"

Imagine thinking Ronald Reagan would have defended chemical castration of children and child sex changes!


Hutchinson's veto was overridden by the GOP-controlled house and senate on Tuesday evening and Arkansas earned the distinction of being the first state in America to ban this liberal lunacy.

Hutchinson's "limited government principles" didn't stop him from being one of the first governors in the country to sign a law banning Americans from boycotting the state of Israel -- a clear as day violation of the First Amendment.

It also didn't stop him from supporting the war in Iraq and the PATRIOT Act.

These "limited government principles" are only cited by TruCons when it comes to enacting policies to actually help the American people which go contrary to the interests of our ruling oligarchs.

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