Movement leveraged by establishment, along with push to legalize illegal immigration, will be a tool of political domination.
Time, the weekly news magazine founded by CIA operative Henry Luce, is pushing the transgender agenda as the next civil rights movement.
A photo of Laverne Cox, the star of Orange Is the New Black, a comedy-drama television show produced by Netflix, is featured on the cover of the June 9 edition of the magazine.
Evan McMurry, writing for Time’s website, says Cox talked with the magazine “about the movement’s growing ownership of its narrative, what the world still needs to learn about trans people, and the role of the internet and social media in easing the isolation of transgender teens.”
Cox says America is now “in a place now where more and more trans people want to come forward and say ‘This is who I am.’”
“If someone needs to express their gender in a way that is different, that is okay, and they should not be denied healthcare,” Cox said. “They should not be bullied. They don’t deserve to be victims of violence.”
Healthcare, bullying and violence are hot button social issues routinely exploited by Democrats as they build their political base for the next election cycle.
Liberals and progressives are working to turn homosexual and so-called transgender issues into the next civil rights movement. This movement will be leveraged by the establishment, along with the push to legalize illegal immigration, as a tool devised to dominate and control the political life of America.
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