U.S. Navy Condemns ‘Anti-LGBT’ Bills, Biden Admin Celebrates ‘Trans Visibility Day’
After a crazed transgender mass murderer killed six people in an elementary school on Monday, LGBT activists quietly rebranded their planned ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ to the ‘Trans Day of Visibility,’ and with a little helping hand from the Biden administration. Agencies and departments throughout the federal government have commemorated the Nashville shooting by issuing statements in support of transgender ideology and calling on Americans to be “allies.”
On Friday, U.S. Navy Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) published an article urging Americans to “celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility [by] being an ally.” NAVSEA, the U.S. Navy agency in charge of engineering and maintaining the country’s naval vessels, wrote that “some state legislatures are advancing bills that target transgender people,” claiming that there are currently 413 “anti-LGBTQ+” bills being tracked.
“Someone’s gender may not be immediately apparent by the way they look or dress. There is no “one right way” to be transgender. Some transgender individuals choose to medically transition, legally change their names or ID documents, or change their personal appearance. Some do not… This year for Transgender Day of Visibility, continue learning about transgender issues and rights. One of the simplest ways to be a strong ally is to take your education into your own hands and stand up for equality for all.”
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The White House issued its own statement, taking credit for combating an “epidemic of violence against trans people” through “coordinated interagency action.” Joe Biden later issued his own statement, saying that “Transgender people are some of the bravest Americans I know.
“But no person should have to be brave just to live in safety and dignity. Today, on Transgender Day of Visibility, I renew my commitment to building a healthy, safe, free, and just future for trans people everywhere.”
Since Day One, President Biden has taken action to advance inclusion, equality, and opportunity for transgender Americans. pic.twitter.com/e0m0mez7q9
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) March 31, 2023
Secretary of State Antony Blinken called upon the United States “global partners” to “ensure that all transgender, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming persons are able to live authentically, safely, and with dignity.”
“This work includes ensuring that all persons are able to secure identity documents that fully reflect who they are. Transgender persons deserve to live free from violence, discrimination, and stigma. We call on our partners around the globe to join us in fighting for a world in which everyone can live safely and openly as themselves, and where visibility is celebrated and never attacked.”
The Department of Health and Human Services proudly hoisted the trans pride flag outside its offices,
Today, for #TransDayofVisibility, the transgender pride flag is flying proudly outside the HHS Headquarters in Washington, D.C. – for the second year in a row.
Today and always, transgender health care is health care. Period. #TDOV pic.twitter.com/6FBVVYvqAy
— HHS.gov (@HHSGov) March 31, 2023
In a video, HHS’ transgender Assistant Secretary for Health said,
“For the second year in a row, the transgender flag is flying above our department in Washington, D.C. And this is an affirmation of the administration’s support for the transgender community and across the nation, as well as our support for evidence-based gender-affirming care.”
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While the Biden White House continues its campaign to expand trans ideology and life-ruining medical procedures for minors, not a single administration official has acknowledged the targeting of Christians in Monday’s shooting in Nashville. When reporters asked Joe Biden on Friday whether he agreed with Sen. Josh Hawley’s assessment that Christians had been targeted in the shooting, the president remarked, “well, I probably don’t.” Biden then chuckled, saying that he was making a joke.
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