So-called “conservative-leaning” Fox News aired a segment last week promoting transgenderism for children.
In the story, host Dana Perino describes it before pivoting to reporter Bryan Llenas who praised the “bravery” it took for the young girl who “transitioned” into a boy to tell her tale.
With her parents’ unconditional love and support, the adolescent trans girl is presented with “enormous” parental support.
Ryland is the focus of a segment called “America Together: LGBTQ+ Pride Month” which aired on Fox News. Her parents have tried to raise her as a boy since she was five years old, according to them, because it is what Ryland has said she wanted since she was five years old. Signs of her transition date back to 2014.
Now, conservatives are condemning the outrageous tv segment.
Matt Walsh, a podcast host and creator of the new What Is a Woman documentary urged other conservatives to “fight this evil out whenever and wherever we see it,” especially on their own side.
“I’ve been on Fox News a lot,” he tweeted. “I thank them for the opportunity. If what I’m about to say damages our relationship, so be it.”
Allie Beth Stuckey, a popular podcast host and author, also reacted to the “distressing & infuriating” piece.
“I’m astonished that Fox News aired a segment praising a kid whose parents “transitioned” the girl into a boy when she was five because she stated she was a boy “before even being able to talk.”” Stuckey wrote on Twitter.
“Maybe they should watch [Matt Walsh]’s film, read Abigail Shrier’s book, and peruse the many studies from [Women Read Women] on the inhumane trauma and predation involved with ‘transitioning’ children,” Stuckey concluded. “It can’t get any worse.”
Shapiro, Walsh, and Stuckey have all been Fox News contributors for years. They’ve often made guest appearances on various shows throughout the network to combat hot button issues like as transgenderism. Especially when directed at youngsters.
However, any potential repercussions of doing so may have a negative impact on their contributor agreements. None of them seem to care about anything but the fact that this story is far bigger than all of those possible consequences.