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Leftist, 18-year-old school board member tells Republican governor, 'F*** you ... I'm p**sing on your grave' over ban on trans medical procedures for minors

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A left-wing, 18-year-old member of the Boise, Idaho, school board told off Republican Gov. Brad Little in a Wednesday tweet that included an F-bomb over a state law banning transgender medical procedures for minors.

"F*** you [Governor Little]," Shiva Rajbhandari tweeted. "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."

What are the details?

Rajbhandari was elected to the board last September and believe it or not is still a senior at Boise High School.

Not surprisingly, the youngster had more to say on Twitter about the legislation: "This law is unconstitutional. When government begins to intrude on the inalienable rights of the people, it forfeits any form of legitimacy. It is not just our right but our duty to stand up to tyranny. We will never EVER stop fighting for our trans and non-binary youth."

Not long after issuing his tweets, Rajbhandari — of course — admitted that "sometimes we need to feel all the feels and say what we’re really thinking" and then added yet another statement about the legislation to his Twitter feed:

How are folks reacting?

As you might expect, a number of observers see Rajbhandari's initial tweet as inappropriate and offensive.

"Mr. Rajbhandari owes the governor a significant apology for his ignorant and irresponsible social media postings," a piece for KIDO talk radio concluded. "We're all entitled to our opinion, but elected officials have a responsibility and maturity to act in a responsible way."

Others replied right back to him on Twitter with similar sentiments. The following are but a few of them:

  • "Your parents failed you kid," one commenter said.
  • "Classy response," another user observed.
  • "This profane comment will remain on the Internet forever and will be considered in future job interviews," another commenter predicted. "I suggest the Boise Schools provide more classes to teach how to communicate effectively and maturely without threatening to urinate on a governor’s grave."
  • "Yikes, kids are emotional these days," another user said. "Hope you grow out of it."

Here's a video published after Rajbhandari was elected to the school board:

How a High School Student Became a School Board Memberyoutu.be

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