White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has recently spoken out to coddle and expressed sympathy for the trans community in the wake of the recent attack carried out by a transgender person which resulted in the murders of six people, three teachers and three children, this past week at a school located in Nashville.
“I know that the White House released a proclamation for Trans Day of Visibility,” expressed a reporter late last week during the White House press briefing. “There is a march happening tomorrow to commemorate this day but also to protest these types of bills that are continuing to be passed and advanced in legislatures across the country.”
“What is the White House’s message to these lawmakers that are passing these bills and to those who are taking to the streets to protest them?” fired the reporter to the press secretary.
Jean-Pierre made the claim that the administration only stood in support of “peaceful protest” before stating that the administration had “been very clear about these anti-LGBTQ bills that we’re seeing in state legislators — state legislatures across the country, in particular these anti-trans bills, as they attack trans kids, as they attack trans parents.”
“It is — it is shameful. And it is unacceptable,” she declared. “As you mentioned, tomorrow’s Trans Visibility Day. On a day that we should be lifting up our trans kids, our trans youth, and making sure that they feel seen, we’re seeing more and more of these hateful, hateful bills.”
“And that’s what Republicans want to spend their time on,” she exclaimed. “And one of the things that we saw during the midterm elections is that people don’t want their freedoms to be taken. They want us to fight for their freedoms.”
“And so, it is shameful. It is disturbing. And our hearts go out to those — the trans community as they are under attack right now,” she finished off. “But this is a President who has said many times before he has their backs. He will continue to have their backs. And he will continue to fight for them. And his record shows that.”
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