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Video of Pastor Saying Parents of Trans Children Should Be Shot Goes Viral

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Twitter this weekend and has been viewed more than 2 million times.Christian pastor Jason Graber just called for the execution of all LGBTQ people as well as the parents of transgender people: “They just need to be shot in the back of the head and then we can string them up above a bridge.” pic.twitter.com/FPLYZEwonPTransgender rights have become a key issue in the U.S.

culture wars and have been regularly referenced by conservatives and Republicans across the country.Republicans have pushed legislation targeting the transgender community via a series of bills.In Texas, Senate Bill 1029 would make private health plans liable for the costs associated with lifetime care of the patient or malpractice suits that result as "consequences" of gender modification treatments or procedures covered by the plan, even if there are no medical complications associated with the initial surgery.Should the bill pass, it would also forbid all public insurance plans from covering gender-affirming care, not just for children but people of all ages while making doctors liable for their surgeries.Critics of the bill insisted it was little more than an attempt to price the transgender community out of existence.Texas Equality previously told Newsweek: "So much of what we're hearing from the lawmakers who are filing these bills is that they want to 'protect kids,' but this is because it's not about our kids at all.

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