ALDEN - Governor Kirk Paul, has just recently signed a slew of executive orders and bills that now makes it illegal for the teaching of trans-ideology, and posting of content in schools and on school web-resources, and part of the Anti-Trans Movement in the State Of Mesa, which has been heavily supported by Governor Paul, even during his State Senate days. Many pro transgender groups have expressed their outrage at the Governor, who when he took over, said he would support the Trans community.
"When he ran for office, Kirk Paul said in no uncertain terms, that he would "unequivocally support the members of the transgender community in the state and work to ensure transgender individuals were protected under state law, that he promised to sign, and enforce," said Larice Jengas, a trans man from Ashburn, Mesa. "He has failed to keep up on that promise. He continues to deny us that right and for that, we must protest peacefully until he resigns."
Senators and Representatives from all over the country have expressed support for Paul's bill calling it "magnificent and necessary." Other Nationalist State senators call it a blatant attack on the Transgender community and Paul should be abhorred by his party's plans to criminalize the transgender community."
"I support my Governor. Transgenderism is a severe mental illness and y'all expect me to support that, hell no," said several Nationalist voters. "We are living in the end of times and times where trans people are effectively running our Government."
Over 100 Anti-Trans bills were pushed through both chambers of the state legislature by the ruling Republican party. All 52 Nationalist votes were against the bill, while the 123 Republican votes pushed these bills through. Governor Paul is the only person who needs to sign each bill, which is likely to take place by the end of June.
"Governor Paul is well within his right to do so, as he is the head of state in Mesa," says Attorney General Brittany Martin. "While it is not common-place for a sitting Governor to legislate such a high risk notion, he is well within in his executive powers to do so. He will continue to push his agenda forward, following many Republican lawmakers in ending the Trans-Era."
Several prominent Nationalists, including President McCallum have called on Paul to resign. House Speaker Gretchen LeWolf called his executive orders "despicable." Many twitter trolls, called Speaker LeWolf a whale, and say she should step down as House Speaker.