The Biden administration made history last week, but not the kind that most Americans will celebrate. In a tight, near party-line vote, the Senate confirmed the president’s transgender pick for deputy secretary of HHS, Rachel Levine — whose idea of “health care” is sterilizing and mutilating young children.
“This is a scary time in American history,” former HHS leader Roger Severino said. And after Levine’s first statement on the job, that might be an understatement.
“As I prepare to take my oath of office and begin serving as assistant secretary for Health,” the former Pennsylvania health official said, “I would like to take this opportunity to address members of the LGBTQ community… In particular, I want to address transgender youth. I know that each and every day you confront many difficult challenges.