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‘Pride Month’ At White House Backfires On Biden And Democrats

Joe Biden’s radical vision to normalize transgender ideology was on tawdry display at the

recent Pride Month event that took place at the White House. During the event President Biden hugged a transgender “woman,” who moments later pulled down the dress top he was wearing to reveal “her” implanted breasts.

That outrageous display prompted the White House to issue a blundering admonition to the White House flasher, transgender “influencer” “Rose” Montoya.

In a statement to The New York Post, a White House spokesperson said Montoya flouted basic etiquette and is persona non grata at future events.

“This behavior is inappropriate and disrespectful for any event at the White House,” the flack said.

“It is not reflective of the event we hosted to celebrate LGBTQI+ families or the other hundreds of guests who were in attendance. Individuals in the video will not be invited to future events.”

The problem for the Biden White House – and Joe Biden’s pro-transgender ideology agenda – is that the behavior they condemned is common at transgender and LGBTQI+ events. Which is what prompted Florida, Tennessee and other states to enact laws prohibiting children from attending events where nudity, sexualization and sadomasochism are portrayed.

And frankly, why should the Biden White House be surprised when mentally ill people act out their mental illness?

If the Biden White House hosted an event for kleptomaniacs no one would be surprised if the silverware went missing, but demanding the normalization of gender dysmorphia and transgender ideology are the latest projects of the Left, so they act surprised when people who are mentally ill don’t conduct themselves according to the norms of “basic etiquette.”

Indeed, gender dysmorphia is the only mental illness that has its own ideology, massive public relations, lobbying, and political apparatus deployed to demand laws that require the rest of society accept the mental illness of gender dysmorphia as normal behavior – and to accept life altering “transition” surgery as the only acceptable “treatment” for their mental illness.

A day after Montoya was flaunting his breast implants on the White House lawn, a House of Representatives Subcommittee on Health conducted a hearing on a number of proposals concerning health care access and research support for rare diseases. The committee also discussed the reauthorization of a program that sends taxpayer money to children's hospitals.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw has an amendment to the Children's Hospital Graduate Medical Education Payment Program to ensure that the program does not ultimately direct taxpayer money to children's hospitals that mutilate kids, stating, "This is taxpayer money, and when 70% of taxpayers opposed these barbaric treatments on minors, then taxpayers should not fund it."

During the hearing, he broached the issue with Dr. Meredithe McNamara, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Yale School of Medicine.

According to reporting by our friends a Blaze Media, McNamara, opposed to Crenshaw's proposed amendment, claimed in her testimony, "This bill would require children's hospitals to deny kids health care to maintain funding. ... Kids suffer when their legislators remove parents' rights and prevent pediatricians from providing the evidence-based standard of care."

McNamara further indicated, "Gender-affirming care is the only evidence-based treatment for gender dysphoria. ... The scientific evidence shows that GAC is lifesaving care that improves mental health and physical well-being in those experiencing gender dysphoria."

"It is very unscientific and flawed to pick a single study or a single statistic and discuss it in isolation. ... Medical experts are able to talk about all of the evidence as a whole," McNamara told Crenshaw.

Agreeing, Crenshaw said, "It's good to look at systematic reviews, right? That's the gold standard of evidence when you're trying to understand whether something works or doesn't. So the [British Medical Journal] looked at 61 systematic reviews with the conclusion that 'there is great uncertainty about the effects of puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones and surgeries in young people.' The Journal of the Endocrine Society came up with the same conclusion. Even the American Academy of Pediatrics all cite the lack of evidence."

"When you're talking about permanent physiological changes, do you not agree, just from an ethical standpoint, that you might want extremely strong evidence of the benefits? And there is no systematic review that states that there is strong evidence of benefits," said Crenshaw.

Given McNamara's repeated allusion to evidence, Crenshaw looked to McNamara to provide some.

McNamara responded, "The standards of care were developed based on extensive —"

Crenshaw interjected, saying, "You're not telling me any journal. You're not telling any study. Don't say 'standards of care.' Tell me one."

The so-called expert appeared flummoxed, reiterating, "The standards of care."

"'The standards of care.' That’s not a journal. That’s not a study. That’s not an organization. It’s not an institution. You’re just saying words. Name one study," said Crenshaw. "Tell me one. Name one study."

The Washington Examiner reported that Crenshaw later posed similar questions to child and adult psychologist Miriam Grossman, who noted, "Medicine is unfortunately permeated with politics at this point. ... Now, ideally, we wouldn’t be stepping in. Who wants the government stepping in between doctors and parents and children? ... But when there’s something that is so wrong that is going on, then I think we have to."

The Blaze reported Crenshaw said in a June 9 statement, "There is no other human rights atrocity in America that is so quickly gaining momentum and validation within the very institutions that should know better."

"One of these institutions is children’s hospitals. In a place where 'do no harm' is the ultimate guiding principle, there is no excuse to ever perform these treatments that permanently alter a child’s physiology," said the Texas congressman. "From now on, we will not allow a dime of this taxpayer-funded program to go toward children’s hospitals that cater to the harmful pseudoscience that is 'gender-affirming care.'"

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  • Rose Montoya topless

  • Children's Hospital Graduate Medical Education Payment Program

  • Dr. Meredithe McNamara

  • Rep. Dan Crenshaw

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  • transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney

  • gender dysmorphia

  • American culture

  • traditional values

  • Biden administration transgender regulation

  • Parental Bill of Rights

  • Free Speech

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15 comentários

20 de jun. de 2023

Why does 0.6% of the population get a whole month, when our mothers only get one day?


18 de jun. de 2023

When will Satanic symbols start "decorating "Brandon's" White House?

Pray for our Nation!


And the L.A. Dodgers jumped right into the woke pride slop with that disgusting display at their game last night. Disgusting.


"Kids suffer when their legislators remove parents' rights and prevent pediatricians from providing the evidence-based standard of care." said Dr. Meredithe McNamara.

People like McNamara talk out of both sides of their mouth. They believe it is acceptable for teachers and school counselors to initiate sex changes in young children while keeping it secret from their parents, but if the government moves to protect those same children, then they are removing parents' rights. Which is it, Dr. McNamara?

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The Deep State Left at work in Biden's Amerika . . .

We cannot re-elect President Trump quickly enough . . .


President Trump is the only Republican I will vote for in the 2024 presidential election. Too many questions about DeSantis. Cuts to Social Security and Medicare? A 23% national sales tax? Not sure if any of these are true . . . but he isn't addressing these claims.

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