Federal Agencies Celebrate Pride, Ignore Memorial Day Suzanne Bowdey

If you’re wondering where America’s heroes rank on Joe Biden’s list of priorities, try below the rainbow flag. While federal agencies have been tripping over themselves to pledge allegiance to LGBT activism, two couldn’t be bothered to recognize the fallen troops who make our freedom possible. Despite a government-wide tweet-fest over Pride Month, the Departments of Justice and Treasury managed to ignore Memorial Day altogether.

Family Research Council’s executive vice president, Lt. General (Ret.) Jerry Boykin could only shake his head at the administration’s tunnel vision. “It’s astounding that any government agency would refuse to acknowledge and honor the military men and women who died fighting for this country. We see this administration setting aside an entire month to recognize and celebrate with the LGBT community, while at the same time, we have a large number of homeless veterans and others with severe disabilities and PTSD. When are we going to set aside a designated period of time to help them?”

Health & Human Services Has Been Weaponized For Transgender Advocacy

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.