Isn’t it ironic that Transgender Day of Remembrance falls on President Joe Biden’s birthday?
November 20th not only marks Biden’s birthday (81 this year) but also the Transgender Day of Remembrance, which aims to remember transgender people that died due to acts of “transgender violence.” In response to the news, there were mixed reviews.
Of course, there was a plethora of responses honoring the day in celebration of transgender delusions. As a matter of fact, the topic became trending on Twitter/X and received tens of thousands of posts.
Rep. Maxwell Alejandro Frost (D-Fla.) wrote, “On this Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honor the lives lost to anti-trans hate. In the face of oppressive bans on gender-affirming care and attacks on trans joy by Republican extremists—we stand strong for our trans siblings in FL.”
“On Transgender Day of Remembrance, we remember all transgender people who have been killed, simply for living as their authentic selves," Sen. Bob Casey (D-Penn.) wrote. "I will always stand with the transgender community and support policies to end discrimination against them.”
The Arlington Public School District in northern Virginia even honored the day and posted a graphic about history and stats of violence against transgender people. Great to know that our public school systems in Virginia are focused on the right things.
Even Catholics for Choice, a group of pro-abortion “Catholics,” expressed support for transgender people.
Biden himself even released a statement. The president grieved the 26 transgender American people who were tragically killed last year. In his statement, Biden proclaimed his administration’s commitment to transgender people and said, "As we mourn the loss of transgender Americans taken too soon this year, we must also recommit ourselves to never stop fighting until all Americans can live free from discrimination."
While I absolutely do not condone violence against anyone innocent, if we have a day that remembers people solely because of who or what they identify as, then we should have a day that mourns those whose lives were lost as a result of someone living in a delusion like transgenderism. We should also have a day that mourns the loss of innocent babies in the womb and a day that mourns the loss of people based on their religious convictions, etc. But a day that mourns the loss of people who lived in a delusional sense of reality? I mean, come on.
But that’s the thing, innocent babies and religious freedom? That’s not important to the left - wokeness is.
“How can we have a 'Transgender Day of Remembrance' if they don’t let us forget about it for 5 minutes,” one user wrote. I mean, after all, transgender people are professional victims.
Another said, “Happy 'Transgender day of Remembrance' where we remember transgenderism is a mental disorder and people can't actually change their gender.”
One more added, “I regret to inform you that today is the 'Transgender Day of Remembrance' so expect every woke corporation, political party, school and media outlet to put out some pithy statement." The user shared images of the six innocent people, three of whom were children, that were killed due to a transgender person's mental confusion in Nashville.
A few even posted images of the other transgender or non-binary people who ended up being fatal shooters. There’s no national remembrance day for the lives that were ended in those fatal shootings.
This made up holiday is just another lame excuse to prop up the woke mob. While any innocent life lost is a tragedy, instead of acknowledging that and continuing to encourage people to live a delusional sense of identity, let’s teach them about reality.
Honestly, while I of course feel bad for those who did lose their lives and wish that wasn't the case, this “holiday” is embarrassing.