"The move came after he had taken tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from executives and lawyers for the poultry industry."
Ah, here we have it. He wants trans people to turn away from their fantasy and join his. Asshole.
"I turned to Christ and away from transgenderism. I wanted to be obedient to the Lord."
I note, as to the point, nobody is asking you to "want" trans people. Nobody is talking about you and the trans people being discussed are not objects or currency to be spent.
But I also note that the point of this article is that millions of trans people are succumbing to a mass mental disease. I'm guessing that this guy would have figured that the idea that 'the negro' was intellectually capable of participating in a sophisticated 'modern society' was also a fantasy. (People said this.)
It is no different. Black people were oppressed. We fixed it. Trans people are oppressed. We should fix that, whatever the motivation.
"Surgically created sex changes and cross-dressing boys are as fake as a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill or a cubic zirconia. Yet, if we are to be politically correct, we should call a cubic zirconia a diamond and accept a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill as legal tender. We don’t want the zirconia or the counterfeit currency to feel sad because we call them fake."
I'd personally lean more on the corrupt misuse of Congress' investigation resources and collusion with the head of the FBI, but that's just me.
"I don't see this president-elect as a legitimate president. ... I think the Russians participated in helping this man get elected. And they helped destroy the candidacy of Hillary Clinton"
"This is a Christian country. The whole bending over backwards. He says what everyone’s thinking and is afraid to say. That doesn’t make anyone bigoted."
Bernie got the ball rolling for Trump.
"But many women also voted against Hillary Clinton, voicing deep suspicions about the American deaths in Benghazi, Libya; her use of a private email server; and the hacked emails of the Democratic National Committee as proof that she said one thing in public and another in private."