CBN reports on strong backlash of Biden declaring Transgender ‘Visibility’ Day on Easter


Important Takeaways:

  • Biden White House Faces Strong Backlash for Declaring Transgender ‘Visibility’ Day on Easter
  • The Biden administration received strong criticism for President Joe Biden’s Good Friday declaration calling for “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.”
  • The “Day of Visibility” for transgendered people was Sunday, March 31, which coincided this year with the Easter celebrations of Jesus’ resurrection.
  • The declaration drew an immediate outcry from Christian leaders in both the evangelical world and government.
  • Messianic Jewish columnist and author Michael Brown wrote, “This is not a poorly timed announcement. It is not even a slap in the face. It is a kick below the belt accompanied by a laugh and a smile. It is as insulting as it is perverse, no matter how much we care for our trans-identified friends and colleagues and want them to experience wholeness and freedom in the Lord.”
  • House Speaker Mike Johnson said on social media that the White House “betrayed the central tenet of Easter.” He called the decision “outrageous and abhorrent.”

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