Cyndi Lauper on Banning Trans Surgery for Children: ‘This Is How Hitler Started’

The looney lefties are miserably upset that mentally insane people may not be able to mutilate and alter their children’s hormones with GOP-led laws that ban transgender surgeries on children.

Yes, so tragic. You won’t be able to destroy your child’s future.

Pop singer Cyndi Lauper threw in her one cent (I would say two cents but she’s short a few brain cells) on the topic, claiming that the laws are comparable to Adolph Hilter and the Holocaust….because not letting literal children undergo major surgery to change their bodies even though the decision making part of their brain is not even finished developing, is comparable to mass murder.

The “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” singer cried that Republicans pushing their legislation to ban biological males from competing against women in women’s sports, and preventing children from undergoing gender transitioning surgery, and forcing people to use the bathroom of the gender they were born is like how the Nazis were “weeding” people out.

Uhhh, what??

“Equality for everybody, or nobody’s really equal,” Lauper cried to ITK. “This is how Hitler started, just weeding everybody out.”


She even went as far as to claim that Republicans see LGBTQ people as “enemies of the state” like they were in Nazi Germany.

“I don’t think it’s a good idea what they’re doing but, you know, you just have to keep fighting for civil rights,” Lauper argued. “I guess that’s the way it is in this country. Started out like that, didn’t it?”

News flash, most Americans do not support the transition of children into the opposite sex before they are the legal age of 18.

According to Fox News:

The majority of Americans do not support transgender surgeries or anti-puberty blockers for minors, according to a poll from a conservative nonprofit organization.

The survey asked respondents whether they would support a ban on puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and physical sex-change surgeries for children under 18.

56% of respondents said they would support a ban, while 34% said they would not. A little over a third of those respondents identified as Democrats, while 37% identified as Republicans, and just under a quarter identified themselves as Independents, according to the survey by the American Principles Project Foundation.

Lauper is no stranger to voicing her strange opinions. Last year, she came out swinging as Roe v. Wade came under fire and launched a funding group called “Girls Just Want to Have Fundamental Rights.”

“If you don’t have control over your own body, how can you be anything but a second-class citizen?” Lauper said at the time. “Now, the government has control over your body — not you. What should be a private medical decision between you and your doctor is now a government decision. So, this is a big issue for me.”


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