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Does Biden love transgenders more than Jesus?



"Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the arm of the LORD revealed?" (Isaiah 53:1)


President Joe Biden's political opponents accuse him of being anti-Christian but is he really? Does he hate Jesus Christ and love transgenders?


Tell us what you think in the comments.


Biden's critic hammer him for professing Catholicism yet supporting gender transitioning and signing the 2022 Respect for Marriage Act into law.


The legislation repeals the Defense of Marriage Act and obligates the federal government, all states and almost all territories in the U.S. to recognize same-sex marriages as valid. Only tribal lands are possibly excluded under the law.


The Scriptures clearly reveal that marriage is between a biological man and a biological woman, according to the law of God Almighty. (Genesis 2:24-25, 5:2, Romans 1:24-28)


"Anti-Christian" is a label commonly applied by conservatives and Republican Party members to Democratic Party leaders who support abortion, same-sex marriage and gender transition care for minors


Biden consistently identifies as Catholic, a claim skeptics including many Roman Catholic clergy members scoff at over his stance on abortion and other issues.


He only added fuel to the flames of accusations of his hypocrisy when on Easter weekend the White House released "A Proclamation on Transgender Day of Visibility for 2024."


In the document, Biden touted his track record.


"I am proud to have appointed transgender leaders to my Administration and to have ended the ban on transgender Americans serving openly in our military."


As CNN reported, Biden supports biological males, who transition to females, partaking in girls and women's athletic competitions.


Former President Donald J. Trump committed to banning "men from participating in women’s sports,” a pledge surely welcomed by Christians, conservatives, detransitioners such as Chloe Cole and liberal activists including feminists.


Multiple states have already outlawed such sports participation, as well as prohibiting gender-affirming care for minors.


As affirmed by an NBC News report, in the recent past, 24 states have passed restrictions on gender-affirming medical care for children. The care includes puberty blockers, hormone therapy and surgery: treatments that detransitioners and activists seek to ban.


Biden's proclamation seems to blame those who want to ban such care and label them as "extremists."


"Extremists are proposing hundreds of hateful laws that target and terrify transgender kids and their families — silencing teachers, banning books, and even threatening parents, doctors, and nurses with prison for helping parents get care for their children," the Proclamation declared.


The word "extremist" is closely aligned with the word "terror."


Gender affirming care may include mental health treatment and the "terrible" professional counseling of children for recommended retraining, medicalization and surgery.


Cole, now in her early 20s, is a noted speaker who along with her cohorts is leading the movement to outlaw gender-affirming care for children.


She underwent gender transition surgery in her teens, only to discover later that she wanted to revert back to being a female: her birth gender.


Biden's declaration implies that all opponents of gender transitioning, including Christians, are involved in terrifying actions.


The actionable Transgender Day of Visibility began in 2009 as a way to "celebrate" transgender people. Held annually on March 31, this year it occurred on Easter Sunday: a date that changes yearly.


Biden in 2021 became the first American president to issue such a proclamation. He has recognized Transgender Day every year since then.


“Transgender Americans are part of the fabric of our nation,” the proclamation asserts, adding that transgenders “deserve, and are entitled to the same rights and freedoms as every other American, including the most fundamental freedom to be their true selves.”


The professed devout Catholic, President Biden, did not mention that Almighty God does not give the human family either a choice to choose or the option to change genders.


Biden emphasized his authority for issuing the proclamation based on the U.S. Constitution. He did not mention the Holy Bible: an authoritative text for Catholics worldwide.


The Scriptures read, "The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God." (Deuteronomy 22:5)


Christians cite the following verses from the Bible as proof that God is a loving Lord who however does not approve of homosexuality.


"Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination." (Leviticus 18:22)


God's anger is kindled in the form of everlasting fire in hell for those who disobey His commandments. (Revelation 19:10)


Biden wrote in this year's proclamation: "I am proud to have signed the Respect for Marriage Act into law, ensuring that every American can marry the person they love."


Karoline Leavitt, Trump's national press secretary roundly criticized Biden's Transgender Day declaration as "blasphemous."


"We call on Joe Biden’s failing campaign and White House to issue an apology to the millions of Catholics and Christians across America who believe tomorrow is for one celebration only — the resurrection of Jesus Christ,” Leavitt said in a statement.


Easter and the Transgender Day of Visibility clashed this year only by calendar chance, Biden's supporters pointed out.


Many Christians celebrate the Resurrection on Easter Sunday, a day that lands on different days in distinct years. Yet many followers of Jesus Christ do not celebrate Easter, citing its pagan origins and propensity as reasons why.


Not all transgenders celebrated the president's statement.


Easter advocate Caitlyn Jenner, the former Olympic gold medalist and current transgender activist, expressed distaste for Biden's proclamation.


"I am absolutely disgusted that Joe Biden has declared the most Holy of Holy days - a self proclaimed devout Catholic - as Transgender Day of Visibility. The only thing you should be declaring on this day is 'HE is Risen,'" Jenner wrote on X (formerly Twitter).


Biden's spokesman affirmed the president's allegiance to Christ.


“As a Christian who celebrates Easter with family, President Biden stands for bringing people together and upholding the dignity and freedoms of every American,” White House spokesperson Andrew Bates said in a statement.


House Speaker Mike Johnson said the Biden administration had “betrayed the central tenet of Easter. The American people are taking note.”


“Sadly, it’s unsurprising politicians are seeking to divide and weaken our country with cruel, hateful, and dishonest rhetoric," Bates retorted.


"President Biden will never abuse his faith for political purposes or for profit,” Bates said, possibly digging at Trump's recent endorsement of Bibles being sold with licensing for his image and likeness: reported by The Christian Commander.


Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock of Georgia said on Easter Sunday: “Apparently, the speaker finds trans people abhorrent. And I think he ought to think about that.”


Warnock, the senior pastor of Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church, told CNN that the Republican response marks “just one more instance of folks who do not know how to lead us trying to divide us.”


“This is the opposite of the Christian faith,” Warnock continued.


He did not specifically say whether or not he believes transgender surgery is approved by God.


“In a moment like this, we need voices, particularly voices of faith, who would use our faith not as a weapon to beat other people down but as a bridge to bring all of us together.”


It was not clear during the interview if the senator advocates spiritual, psychological or medical counseling for transgenders, or if he favors gender counseling at all.


Christians usually approve of counseling the trans community to accept Jesus, who everyone living or alive will stand before on Judgment Day.


Biden also sent a special note in the declaration.


"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.’”


Biden did not mention Jesus in the proclamation.


He also infamously left the word "God" out of his National Day of Prayer address in 2021. He became America's first president to leave God out of that proclamation since 1952.


The Roman Catholic Church's Catechism denounces homosexual affinities as "objectively disordered." It also declares that such feelings serve as "a trial" for Catholics who "struggle" with those emotions.


The Vatican instructs that people experiencing such sentiments "must be accepted with respect, compassion, and sensitivity. Every sign of unjust discrimination in their regard should be avoided."


Let your voice be heard. Does Biden love transgenders more than Jesus Christ?


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Reginald Spann is the nonpartisan senior editor of The Christian Commander. You may reach him through our Facebook, X and Truth Social Platforms or via our Partnership page at christiancommander.com


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wyoung1949
Apr 22
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

Very interesting article that lends for conversations that “stir up” the feelings. The scriptures and Jesus’ teachings are all about love and humility. I believe that he sees people as people and tries to accept but not necessarily agree with the character and livelihood of others realizing that he is not the one that will judge.

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