Ever since taking office, Biden has issued proclamation after proclamation regarding an entire array of gender issues, almost as if that was his central campaign promise.
Oh, wait, sorry: His central campaign promise was actually “unity,” though he’s done anything but since getting into office.
“Pride is a celebration of generations of LGBTQI+ people, who have fought bravely to live openly and authentically. And it is a reminder that we still have generational work to do to ensure that everyone enjoys the full promise of equity, dignity, protection, and freedom,” the White House boomed in yet another proclamation.
Talk about an amazing lack of awareness of its own disregard for the “equity, dignity, protection, and freedom” of American besieged by swarms of illegals coming across the border.
And, predictably, not only does the White House issue endless proclamations on varied gender relations, but also, apparently, the State Department.
Mind you, the State Department has done this continuously amid massive, unpredictable turmoil unfolding across multiple world regions now.
“We strongly oppose the ‘otherization’ of LGBTQI+ persons to justify authoritarian power grabs and attacks on institutions of democracy globally. Democracies are stronger when they celebrate the full rights and value of all persons, without discrimination,” the State Department boomed.
That’s nice. Could the discrimination against conservatives, who are far greater in number than “LGBTQI+ persons,” also end as well? Because that would be lovely.
Ironically, the same “LGBTQI+ persons” screeching in favor of Hamas would be dealing with a whole lot more than “discrimination” in Gaza, but they appear remarkably unaware of this reality.
Along with the State Department, given its fixation on gender relations.
It’s a bit disconcerting to see completely out of whack priorities during a time of enormous geopolitical upheaval.
On top of that, the State Department recently began bleating on about “Intersex Awareness Day,” because sexuality and gender concerns are clearly a top concern for hundreds of millions of individuals across the United States.
“Today in celebration and recognition of Intersex Awareness Day, we affirm the United States’ commitment to promoting and protecting the human rights of Intersex persons globally,” the State Department boomed.
Great. How about protecting and promoting the “human rights” of Americans, especially those alongside the border, currently being besieged by illegal immigrants?
“As President Biden stated in his 2021 Memorandum on Advancing the Human Rights of LGBTQI+ Persons Around the World, it is the policy of the United States to pursue an end to violence and discrimination on the bases of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and sex characteristics,” the State Department continued.
The State Department didn’t bother to state the “science” of such “gender identity,” mainly because no “science” exists to back up Democrats’ clear desire to destroy women through its transgender militancy.
After all, anyone remember “zee” and “zir,” the apparent “new pronouns” the military may abide by? The State Department has also succeeded in having an “X” placed on American passports for gender, which won’t exactly fly in most of the world interested in actually identifying the person holding the document.
“Intersex persons often face stigma and discrimination in accessing education, healthcare, and legal recognition, and are subjected to medically unnecessary surgeries,” the State Department continued.
Actually, a major “medically unnecessary surgery” would most definitely be transforming twelve-year-old boys into girls, or vice versa.
Especially as multiple young people have come forth expressing deep regret over their transgender surgery. Especially when the irreversible surgery was typically pushed upon them by some woke, zealous leftist masquerading as an adult professional.
Needless to say, quite a few Republicans are less than thrilled with the Democrats’ latest demented focus, including Senator Tom Cotton.
“Team Biden far more focused on gender politics than advancing America’s security,” Cotton remarked wryly on Twitter.
That’s because gender politics are nice and divisive.
Author: Ofelia Thornton