American Academy of Pediatrics: Kids Can’t Consent to Tattoos But Can Consent to Gender Affirming Surgeries
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The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2:
- Michael Torres—Deputy Editor of RealClearPennsylvania—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest article, “PA GOP Leaders Point to Trump for Midterm Losses.” Torres spoke with multiple Republican officials throughout Pennsylvania following last week’s midterm elections—many suggested that former President Donald Trump’s fixation on the 2020 election led him to endorsing flawed Republican primary candidates that were unable to win general elections.
- The Rich Zeoli Show has an abbreviated Friday broadcast due to sports. Rich has developed a reputation for not working on Fridays—but, by the end of November, Matt will have avoided working a full Friday for the entirety of the month! Rich shames him.
- According to The Post Millennial, guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests that irreversible “gender affirming” procedures on children under 18 are acceptable—though, tattooing a child is an offense that is punishable by law.