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Trump Endorses Abbott Even As Texas Governor Reportedly Works To Keep Chemical Castration of Minors Legal

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Former President Donald Trump just endorsed RINO Greg Abbott, seemingly ignoring reports that the Texas governor has been working to keep the chemical castration of minors legal in the Lone Star state.

Experts are saying the latest Trump endorsement serves as a devastating blow to the America First movement as Texas governor Greg Abbott has been reportedly behind recent efforts to keep the chemical castration of minors legal in the state.

“Greg Abbott is a fighter and a Great Governor for the incredible people of Texas. No Governor has done more to secure the Border and keep our communities safe than Governor Abbott. Greg is a staunch defender of the Second Amendment and has made Texas a Second Amendment Sanctuary State,” wrote Trump.

 

“Texas has become a job-creating machine, and our partnership helped restore America’s economic power and success. Greg is also very tough on crime, fully supports the brave men and women of Law Enforcement, and is all in on Election Integrity. Governor Greg Abbott will continue to be a great leader for the Lone Star State, and has my Complete and Total Endorsement for re-election. He will never let you down!”

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The latest Trump endorsement has left voters scratching their heads, as campaign finance records previously revealed that Abbott, as well as Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and House Speaker Dade Phelan, received hundreds of thousands of dollars from a PAC for a clinic offering hormone treatment to “transgender children.”

Additionally, the same three officials received over $1.7 million from a second PAC, linked to a clinic specializing in “treating” transgender illegal aliens, as National File reported earlier today.

Conservative activists and politicians in Texas informed National File that the governor had been actively pressuring the legislature to allow the killing of bills aiming to ban the chemical castration of minors. “Texas Republicans killed three separate bills that would have targeted doctors providing transgender surgeries and chemical castrations to minors in the 2021 session. National File has been told that orders to kill these bills came from Abbott, and were orchestrated through Phelan and Texas Republican House leadership.”

Abbott’s primary challenger and Texas real estate developer Don Huffines released a statement following the questionable Trump endorsement. “My family and I have supported President Trump since 2016. My brother and I raised money for him, my children worked on his campaigns, and we continue to be staunch supporters of the president’s mission to put America First,” wrote Huffines.

“I am the clear Trump candidate in the Texas governor’s race. Governor Abbott is unable to say the same and actively worked against President Trump on the most critical issue facing Texas: the southern border. Texas Primary voters and Trump supporters will decide for themselves who will lead our state forward, and who has failed Texans repeatedly on issues that matter the most.”

Huffines recently released an advertisement featuring Jeff Younger – the father of 9-year-old James Younger, who identifies as a boy with his father but is being forced to wear dresses and identify as a girl by his mother – slamming Abbott for his refusal to take a stand on the issue of child gender transition surgeries and the chemical castration of minors.

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Andrew White is a Northern Virginia native. His work here at National File has been previously featured on Alex Jones’ Infowars and Revolver News. White is a constitutionalist Patriot, who focuses on social issues, election integrity, globalism, US politics, as well as general corporate and government corruption.




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