A Democrat lawmaker is pushing for men to be castrated, with their sperm only being held in sperm banks where they have to pay tax.
Southcook News reported that a recent Op-Ed in the DuPage Policy Journal revealed that Rep. Diane Pappas told the parish group shortly after their introduction, “You know ladies, with technology the way it is, we wouldn’t have an abortion problem if we applied a plan. Now, I’ve been told it’s a bit radical, but if we allowed men to be castrated, took the sperm to the bank, collected tax dollars on it for storage, then when it’s time, to have the man decide he’s ready to begin a family . . . well, then the problem is solved.”
Pappas recently took to Twitter to discuss “healthy relationships” and “sexual assaults,” which given her call for castration, seemed odd.
Preventing sexual assault is everyone’s responsibility, and it is up to us to promote healthy relationships, stop concerning behavior and most importantly, we must believe survivors and help them receive the care and resources they need. pic.twitter.com/ZZtvUs2tQZ
— Diane Pappas (@repdpappas) April 28, 2019
Proving there will be no end to the insane depravity of leftist thought, an elected Illinois state representative is suggesting that she has the answer to the abortion issue. She believes that men should be castrated and taxed for having their sperm stored.
Not a joke, not an off-the-cuff comment meant to entertain other sickos, Dem. Rep. Dianne Pappas has raised the absurd proposal multiple times.
Babette Holder is a pro-life advocate in the black community and president of the Frederick Douglass Foundation. According to the DuPage Policy Journal, Holder has called on Pappas to be formally reprimanded for the irresponsibility of her castration comments.
“She needs to be censored,” Holder told the Journal. “What she said is every bit as bad as what Rep. (Stephanie) Kifowit talked about when she spoke of brewing up a Legionnaires’ potion for then Rep. Peter Breen. There needs to be accountability when you make these kinds of statements and you’re supposed to be a public servant.”
Hayden was among several other pro-life women who attended a meeting with the pro-abortion Pappas in the representative’s office. She described Pappas’ eyes “connecting with hers” before she said, “You know ladies, with technology the way it is, we wouldn’t have an abortion problem if we applied a plan,” Pappas said, according to Hayden. “Now, I’ve been told it’s a bit radical, but if we allowed men to be castrated, took the sperm to the bank, collected tax dollars on it for storage, then when it’s time, to have the man decide he’s ready to begin a family … well then, problem is solved!”
Genius, right? Male mutilation … why hasn’t someone thought of that before?
Local news has reportedly confirmed that at least one other constituent in Pappas’ district has heard her pitching the proposal in a different meeting.