'I will piss on your grave': Teen trans activist threatens Idaho governor after ban on child sex changes

A teenage Idaho school board member took to social media to launch a profanity-laden tweet at Idaho Governor Brad Little after the two-term Republican signed a law Tuesday that put a stop to "gender-affirming" treatments such as hormone therapy and puberty blockers being administered to minors.

“F--- you @GovernorLittle,” 18-year-old Shiva Rajbhandari wrote in the now-deleted tweet, according to Fox News. “I pray you live a long life so you can bear witness to the pain you’ve unleashed on Idaho’s children and families today. When you do die though, I’m pissing on your grave."

The foul-mouthed high school senior Rajbhandari,18, also sits on the school board of the high school in which he himself is enrolled.

Following the deletion of the tweet, Rajbhandari issued an apology on Twitter, writing, "Sometimes we need to feel all the feels and say what we’re really thinking. Out of respect for my colleagues, below is my statement addressing my last tweet. I remain steadfast in my love for Idaho’s trans community and in my rage at our leaders over passage of this hateful bill."

"I have received some concerns that the language in my last tweet was inappropriate and inconsistent with my position as a school board member," the statement read.

"Of course, my tweets are my own only and do not necessarily reflect the views of any organization with which I am affiliated, nor would I engage or condone such sentiment or language in a board meeting or classroom.

"My strong language is reflective of my anger and frustration with the pointlessness of diplomatic dialogue with legislators and a governor who have shown such little regard for the lives of Idaho youth. The hypocrisy of suggesting that a profane tweet is more harmful than what HB 71 could unleash on our trans and non-binary youth baffles me. I remain unapologetic in my support to our LGBTQ+ community."

Rajbhandari self-identified as a climate activist as a 7th grader and by the 9th grade was participating in large-scale climate and anti-gun protests. As a high school senior, Rajbhandari is fully entrenched in far-left extremist activism and has entered the trans rights movement in no quiet way while also snagging a seat in local government - a paradoxical dynamic which allows the student to rule over the actions of the teacher.

The path of Rajbhandari follows a blueprint designed by far-left extremist groups that targets young children in order to radicalize and indoctrinate them, a cycle which they themselves then repeat by spreading the same ideology to their peers.

By signing HB71, Governor Little joined a growing number of states whose legislators have taken swift action in the midst of widespread national outcry from citizens, many of them moms and dads of kids in fear of losing their parental rights, begging for legal protections to be put in place to shield our most vulnerable demographic - children - from medical treatments, the likes of which we've never seen before - treatments that stem from a dangerous ideology and manifest in real life irreversible physical, emotional and mental damage.

The signing of the law makes Idaho one of many states to take a hard stance against a relentless attempt by extremist trans rights groups backed by far-left politicos to infiltrate, dominate, and mandate all sectors of society - from education, sports, and entertainment to science, medicine, academia, parental rights, and the justice system.

Idaho joins Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky,  Mississippi, South Dakota, North Dakota, Tennesse, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia on the list of states which have successfully provided legal protection for minors and the rights of their parents.

Many of those states have seen retaliation for their refusal to stand down in the face of trans rights extremists and activist groups. 

Lawmakers who refuse to bend to the demands of these factions find themselves threatened and mobbed. Shiva Rajbhandari's response to Governor Little's signing of HB 71, publically stating his desire to desecrate the remains of another human being as a means of retribution, is a reflection of the extreme situation in which the United States, and much of the Western world, currently finds itself.

Governor Little's actions as well as the actions taken by legislators in many other red states are a beacon of hope in a chaotic time. Their actions are a reminder that while extreme left activists may be loud and threatening, there remains a large population made up of people who do not agree with left extremist trans rights agenda, who will not allow their children to be subjugated to destructive ideology or medical practice, and who will hold strong against what could be described as an attempted coup.

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