Did Biden Make His Transgender Day of Visibility Proclamation Even Worse?

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It's hard to imagine anything worse than Joe Biden proclaiming Easter Sunday "Transgender Day of Visibility," yet somehow he absolutely managed to make it worse. 

Some defended Biden by pointing out that "Transgender Day of Visibility" is on a set date every year (March 31) and so outrage at him was misplaced. 

Well, I counter by pointing out two tweets Biden made on his X/Twitter account: his Easter message and his Transgender Day of Visibility message.

Boy, one really sticks out, doesn't it? And the other one was... well... minimal, to say the least. For what it's worth, the official POTUS account did have two Easter messages with graphics -- but why not his campaign account? It sure looks like kowtowing to the transgender cult was far more important to his campaign than acknowledging Easter Sunday.

But then Biden really stepped in it when he was asked about his proclamation of Transgender Visibility Day after leaving the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

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“Speaker Johnson called it ‘outrageous’ that Easter Sunday was Transgender Day of Visibility. What do you say to Speaker Johnson?” a reporter asked him.

“He’s thoroughly uninformed,” Biden respondhed, before claiming, “I didn’t do that.”

There's just a rather huge problem with that: he did. PJ Media covered the proclamation when it was issued on Good Friday:

Today, we send a message to all transgender Americans:  You are loved.  You are heard.  You are understood.  You belong.  You are America, and my entire Administration and I have your back.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR., President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim March 31, 2024, as Transgender Day of Visibility.  I call upon all Americans to join us in lifting up the lives and voices of transgender people throughout our Nation and to work toward eliminating violence and discrimination based on gender identity.

So, why did Biden say "I didn't do that" when he most certainly did? Was this yet another example of his poor memory? Was this proof that Biden is just a puppet and someone else is issuing proclamations in his name without him even knowing? This denial leaves us with more questions than answers. For example, if Biden truly believes in the transgender movement, why wouldn't he own his actions, if they were indeed his? Remember, in addition to the proclamation that was issued Friday, Biden's campaign and White House X/Twitter accounts had posts acknowledging Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter Sunday.

Now, obviously no one actually believes that Joe Biden manages his own X/Twitter account, but it still speaks to the point that Joe Biden either is too senile to know what's happening in his administration or isn't actually involved in the decision-making process. Which is worse, in your opinion? 


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