This week, President Trump announced via Twitter that, after consulting with generals and military experts, the United States Government will no longer be accepting or allowing transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the US military.
The Commander in Chief went on to say that the U.S. military must be focused on:
“decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruptions that transgenders in the military would entail.”
Mental health in the military is taken very seriously— for obvious reasons— not just for admission into the services but also for remaining.
Accordingly, there are many conditions to entry and continued service that fall under the medical category.
Tonight, I tell you why people who live with the DSM-5 mental disorder of gender dysphoria ought not be given special privileges, because — newsflash — serving in the military is a privilege, not a right.
And it sure as hell is not a social experiment.
Then, Toronto Sun columnist and Rebel contributor Candice Malcolm joins me with a story you won't hear in the mainstream media:
A Democrat National Committee IT aide was arrested by federal agents after depositing nearly US$300,000 in a Pakistani account, then trying to flee the country.
How big is the scope of this scandal and why won't the mainstream media cover it?
Plus, we've got your weekly top headliners and Quote of Honour!