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MILITARY TRANS SURGERY: IT’S ON THE HOUSE!

Nothing says “Thanks for your service” like ignoring the needs of U.S. troops. But apparently, that’s the most our military can hope for under Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) majority. While the president tries to deal with conflicts around the globe, contain the threats from ISIS and rogue nations like North Korea, you’ll be relieved to know that the House is hard at work on its most important mission: ushering into the military people who are in conflict over their biological sex. And they’re willing to tie up the most important bill of the year to do it.

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Although the impeachment sham is sucking up most of the air in Pelosi’s chamber, most people assumed the liberal leader would have the sense to shelve that circus long enough to wrap up the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). They assumed wrong. House liberals aren’t just refusing to do the country’s real business, they’re making our defense budget a bargaining chip in their game of gender extremism. According to Armed Services Chair Adam Smith (D-Wash.), Democrats are going to squeeze Republicans to open the floodgates to transgender service.

Already, taxpayers have been forced to make a huge investment in the Left’s social petri dish, sinking $7,943,906.75 into the 1,500 troops who are currently serving and have been diagnosed with gender dysphoria in the ranks. For just those servicemembers, the Pentagon says the military has paid for 22,992 psychotherapy visits, 9,321 hormone prescriptions, and a whopping 161 surgeries (ranging from hysterectomies and breast augmentation to “male reproductive” construction) since 2016. Surgeries alone racked up an eye-popping $2 million — an average of $12,422 a person. Add that to the $5.8 million in therapy, and we’re talking about a significant cash drain.

And that’s just the cost for the men and women currently serving. Imagine how much we’d be paying if President Trump hadn’t reversed the Obama policy! According to FRC’s Peter Sprigg, the cost of the Democrats’ bill — which would throw open the door to anyone who identifies as transgender — would be as high as $3.7 billion over 10 years. And what happens when these men and women regret the surgery (as an overwhelming number of patients now do)? Will taxpayers be on the hook for reversals too?

As it is, only a fraction of the military supports the idea of letting people serve while they struggle with their gender. Good luck finding half that many who think paying for a completely elective operation is a better use of $8 million dollars than 205 bombs ($38,900 each), 98 Hellfire air-to-surface missiles ($81,200 each), 58 guided multiple launch rockets ($137,350 each), or 10,113 pieces of Generation III body armor ($791 each). If Congress wants to spend money on health care, how about our nation’s veterans’? They’re literally dying for medical attention while this House tries to give everyone free cosmetic surgery. How’s that for a contrast in the two parties’ priorities?

After more than a decade of war, our troops have all kinds of needs. And how do Democrats express their appreciation for their sacrifice? By ignoring them. It’s a tragic legacy for a party whose only use for America’s military is fighting one war: the culture’s. Contact your representative and urge them to stop pushing an agenda and start funding our troops!

(Excerpt from the Family Research Council. Article by Tony Perkins.)

288 People Prayed
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One Reply to “MILITARY TRANS SURGERY: IT’S ON THE HOUSE!”

  1. At the “contact representative link”, I did not see a space to type a message. I guess I was to use either twitter or instagram. I’m not active in either. I prefer to email my reps.
    Thanks for the article though.

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