People who claim that Joe Biden is “pandering” to his progressive supporters in front of the 2022 midterm elections rather than concentrating on matters that matter to voters, including the economy, are criticizing his “tone deaf” interview with a transgender influencer.
On a panel of six progressives, including TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney, who began transitioning from male to transgender girl earlier this year, President Biden took part in a NowThis News-recorded event.
In the interview, which was broadcast on Sunday, Biden argued that governments shouldn’t have the authority to control the medical care, therapies, or procedures a person undergoing sex change needs.
Director of Faith Communications for the Republican National Committee Andrew Brennan told DailyMail.com that Democrats “couldn’t be more out of touch if they tried.”
“Joe Biden’s closing midterm message is to disregard inflation and instead impose an extreme agenda on youngsters,” the speaker said. “Nearly 8 in 10 Americans say they reject this program.”
In a series titled “days of girlhood” on TikTok, Mulvaney, who has amassed more than 8.3 million followers, chronicles her female “firsts.”
The influencer, 25, began transitioning to a woman early this year.
Mulvaney questioned Biden on whether or not red states should be able to adopt legislation restricting access to gender-affirming medical procedures. Biden said, “I don’t believe any state or anybody should have the authority to do that.”
The president said, “I simply believe it’s wrong as a moral and legal matter.”
Early this year, legislation or policies limiting juvenile access to sex change treatments, services, and procedures were passed in Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, and Arizona. Adults who enable access to this care may be subject to fines under these laws in specific circumstances.
Stephen Miller, a former senior adviser to the late President Donald Trump, shared a clip from Mulvaney’s TikTok account that showed her on “day three of becoming a female,” declaring that she is “already a bimbo” before going shopping for women’s attire.
Once again, Biden invited this person to the White House to help him with domestic policy. Miller tweeted the video along with the statement, “Election in two weeks.”
Mulvaney is a “cartoonish social media personality,” according to Brent Bozell, the founder and president of the Media Research Center, in an interview with DailyMail.com.
Biden’s interview with Mulvaney, according to Donald Trump Jr., was a demonstration of “the democrat party in a nutshell.”
The former president’s son tweeted: “In a nation of over 350,000,000 people, a middle-aged biological guy who transitioned to female about a year ago is the one picked to travel to the Oval Office to meet with the President about becoming a girl.” They believe that person to be the ideal match.
“Joe Biden and the Democrats have nothing to run on other than divisive cultural issues that are designed to rouse their base,” CatholicVote president Brian Burch told DailyMail.com.
Burch said that “poll after poll shows this is not an issue that is a priority for [Americans].” And at the cost of vulnerable youngsters who need real healthcare, this is unquestionably pandering to leftists for political reasons.
This is a glaring example of this president’s tone of deafness, who has failed as a leader and whose nation is failing economically, culturally, and with crime and inflation. Voters continue to prioritize these problems, and they need leadership that will address their genuine concerns rather than try to use our children for political benefit,’ he said.
Dylan Mulvaney, Joe Biden, and extreme left-wing lunatics want to normalize this insanity, Tennessee Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn tweeted.
Holding the interview in the middle of the economic crisis, according to Bozell, is another evidence that Biden is “disconnected” from Americans and has “contempt for the Office of the President.”
Biden is primarily interested in “pleasing the extreme left,” according to Will Hild, executive director of Consumers’ Research, rather than accomplishing “something important for the American people,” given their economic hardship.
“Hardworking Americans continue to pay more for common items because inflation is on the increase and shows no indication of slowing,” he added. Instead of advancing a politically conscious goal, Biden should be working hard to get our nation back on track and to stop consumer costs from increasing.
Republican states that enacted legislation aiming to outlaw or restrict sex change procedures and transitional therapies, such as hormone blockers, for children who identify as non-binary or transgender were criticized by Biden.
He stated: “Sometimes they attempt to restrict you from being able to get certain drugs, being able to access certain treatments, and so on” during his panel discussion over the weekend.
The president said, “I mean, no state should be permitted to do that, in my opinion.” “Therefore, I believe very strongly that you should have every single right, including the use of your gender-identity toilets in public,” she said.
The first politician to openly comment on Biden’s reaction to Mulvaney was Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has long expressed her opposition to transgenderism.
The GOP Georgia congressman tweeted that Joe Biden believed it was unethical to prohibit the profit-driven medical profession from castrating teenage males and chopping the breasts off 15-year-old girls before they were old enough to be able to legally get tattoos or vote.
Democrats are the party of child abuse, she said.
Mulvaney tweeted a TikTok from her hotel room in Washington, D.C., where the interview was being recorded, wearing a white t-shirt that said, “Don’t tamper with trans kids.”
It’s my 222nd day as a female. Mulvaney said, “I’m in Washington, D.C., and I’m heading to the White House to talk with the President of the United States.
Mulvaney added, “You know that saying, “I believe I may have girlbossed too near to the sun?” Well, that’s how I feel right now. I really just want to represent my community as well as I can, so I said, “Because I get to sit down with Joe Biden and NowThis News, and I get to ask him a couple questions regarding trans problems in the United States and speak to him about my transness.”
GOP legislators seeking legislation to control gender-affirming procedures claim that younger patients might suffer irreparable alterations as a result of these procedures.
In red states, legislation has mostly focused on children rather than adults.
Later in his talk with Mulvaney, Biden said, “I believe that it’s incredibly essential that we continue to speak up for the core fundamental rights of all human beings.”
The president said, “And the thought that what’s going on in certain areas is simply, it’s ridiculous, and I believe it’s immoral. I won’t go into the politics of it.” “What they’re attempting to do to trans people is unethical, not the trans aspect,”
Mulvaney posted a TikTok video of his Friday visit to the White House.
Mulvaney recently found herself in hot water when several people demanded a boycott of Ulta Beauty, which featured her on their podcast “The Beauty of…” on October 13.
Some feminists have accused the influencer, who has been living as a woman for less than a year, of “womanface,” saying that she is playing up the aspects of being a woman that she finds enjoyable while neglecting the sexism experienced by women on a daily basis.
According to a Freedom for All Americans tracker, as of this summer, 15 states have submitted at least 20 measures that would place some kind of limitations on “gender affirming” procedures or treatments.
Some of the proposed law has provisions that, among other things, criminalize medical professionals who treat transgender children, punish parents who facilitate their access to care, and restrict insurance coverage of gender affirming therapies.
Allowing or assisting a kid in obtaining therapy to permanently alter sex traits may, in certain situations, be classified as child abuse.
Making ensuring that no state monies are utilized for such programs is a key GOP objective.
Republicans and right-leaning groups are particularly worried about how these treatments are affecting young patients who decide to transition but then change their minds.
In response to allegations that the Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) “chemically castrates” kids for financial gain, the institution earlier this month banned gender-altering operations.
In response to requests from Tennessee legislators to look into the facility, the center said it has suspended all “gender affirmation surgery” on minor patients while reviewing its procedures.
After conservative activist Matt Walsh posted a 2018 video of VUMC’s LGBTQ expert Dr. Shayne Taylor praising transgender surgery as “major money earners” for the facility, VUMC came under criticism last month.
Walsh also wrote a report based on his own research on the trans program at VUMC, which revealed that the facility “drugs, chemically castrates, and performs double mastectomies on kids.”