A Texas father told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Thursday evening that he is concerned his former wife plans to chemically castrate their 10-year-old son after she moved their two children to California shortly before the state’s “trans refuge” bill went into effect.
In the video, Younger asks his son, “You’re a boy, right?”
“No, I’m a girl,” James replied.
Younger then asked James, “Who told you you’re a girl?”
James responded by stating that his mom told him he was a girl. He also added that his mother puts dresses on him.
According to Younger, his ex-wife has convinced his young son that he is transgender and that his name is now “Luna.” He stated that she attempted to start “transitioning” James when he was only 2 years old.
“My blood ran cold when I realized what she had planned for that boy,” Younger told Carlson on Thursday.
Younger stated that Georgulas moved their two children to California days before the state’s Senate Bill 107 went into effect.
“Pediatrician records show that she intended to chemically castrate him at age eight or nine, his current age,” Younger claimed. “And then he magically moves to California? I don’t think this is an accident.”
Senator Scott Wiener’s (D) legislation, signed into law by California Governor Gavin Newsom, is meant “provide refuge for trans kids and their families.”
The bill “will protect trans kids and their families if they flee to California from Alabama, Texas, Idaho or any other state criminalizing the parents of trans kids for allowing them to receive gender-affirming care. If these parents and their kids come to California, the legislation will help protect them from having their kids taken away from them or from being criminally prosecuted for supporting their trans kids’ access to healthcare.”
In August 2021, a judge ruled that Georgulas would have full custody of the children. According to the Texan, a later court order stated that “neither parent may treat a child with hormonal suppression therapy, puberty blockers, and/or transgender reassignment surgery (if any) without the consent of the parents or court order.”
Believing that Georgulas intentionally moved to California to avoid following the court order, Younger petitioned the Texas Supreme Court to order his ex-wife to bring their children back to Texas.
In an 8-1 decision, the court denied his request, declaring Younger “[misread] California’s new law.”
“A court order allocating the parental rights of divorced parents based on case-specific judicial findings about the best interests of their children is in no way ‘a law of another state,'” the justices wrote. “Concern that any of this will happen would be entirely speculative in any case.”
“In this case, given that Mother has now represented to both this Court and the district court that she has no intention of trying to make it happen, it is not merely speculative but potentially prohibited by principles of estoppel,” the decision stated.
Younger expressed frustration over the court’s decision.
“They determine, absurdly, that my wife is no more likely to transition my son in California under the sanctuary laws than she would in Texas, and absurdly … claims that we can enforce an injunction against her in California,” Younger told Carlson.
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