FRC Hatemeister Tony Perkins: Trans Soldiers Are “Unstable” And A “Detriment to their fellow service members”

Tony Perkins

Despite the fact that eighteen countries currently allow military service by openly transgender citizens. Tony Per-KKK-ins President of the the nationally recognized hate group of the Family Research Council  has gone off on another histrionic rant because in his vile opinion “mental state is not only unstable — but a detriment to their fellow service members”:

“The military discriminates constantly in its attempts to find the best physical and mental recruits it can. Why is this any different? Otherwise qualified men and women are turned away from the military every day for bad eyes, flat feet, asthma, and a host of other truly immutable characteristics. Yet in the phony name of fairness, our leaders would willingly let people into the military whose mental state is not only unstable — but a detriment to their fellow service members? It’s illogical. Allergies can keep you out of the military, but gender dysphoria can’t? The tension with China and Iran is escalating, and America’s strength is declining. Instead of Humvees, we’re buying hormones. A military whose budget was cut to bare bones will suddenly be forking over millions of dollars for surgeries, therapies, pills, and retrofitting of facilities. And for what? Certainly not to make the military more capable of performing its mission. It is time for our nation’s military leaders to put their stars on the line and tell the President ‘no.’ The thousands of men and women who serve in our military follow the orders flowing from the Pentagon, trusting that their leaders are doing what is necessary to accomplish the military’s mission — not the deviant agenda of this President.”

This is the way the FRC ends

This is the way the FRC ends

This is the way the FRC ends

Not with a bang but a whine.




Will Kohler

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1 Response

  1. Bob in Chicago says:

    This asswipe is unstable and a detriment to humanity. But I guess that doesn’t matter.

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