Editor’s Pick: WashTimes Exposes Biden Regime Allowing ‘X’ as Gender for Citizenship

April 2nd, 2024 1:10 PM

In another jaw-dropping story for Tuesday’s print front-page of The Washington Times, the indefatigable Stephen Dinan revealed the Biden administration’s latest chicanery endorsing the false and dangerous idolatry surrounding gender manipulation as those seeking U.S. citizenship will have options other than male or female as their listed gender.

“The government introduced a citizenship form Monday that allows immigrants to select X as their gender, giving them a new option beyond male and female. The Biden administration saw the move as a step toward inclusiveness for immigrants who feel they don’t fit cleanly into either of the two sexes,” Dinan explained.

He added that on “[t]he new citizenship form, known officially as the N-400 Application for Naturalization, offers the options of Male, Female and Another gender identity as checkboxes” with that third option resulting in “documents that reflect their gender as X.”

The Department of Homeland Security’s United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) said this “third gender option helps ensure that secure identity documents and biographical data are accurate and helps both external stakeholders and individuals requesting immigration benefits” and mimics a State Department directive to allow passport holders to select “X” as their gender instead of what they actually are (male or female). 

Responding directly to Dinan, USCIS insisted they’re “committed to the integrity of the immigration system” and that allowing someone to play make believe with their gender won’t affect “key identity verification – such as biometrics submission and fraud prevention procedures.”

For those who went through with naturalization prior to this change, Dinan said “must wait for updates to other forms, which are still in the works” while those in the midst of the immigration process “can submit a request for a gender change”.

To read Dinan’s full story, click here.