I’m a big fan of the original ‘Star Trek’ series. I watched them as they were originally broadcast when I was a kid. There’s an episode that involves the mass propagation of a creature known as a ‘tribble.’ The furry things were gender fluid and could breed at will, and they had a lot of will. Nowadays we see a lot of people who almost consider it an offense to be ‘normal.’ They are now slurred as being ‘normies.’
The Enterprise went where no man, er person, has gone before. Now people don’t have to go to an alien planet to see weird things. We can find plenty of oddities right here on Earth. ‘Trannies’ seem to be booming. At least, we hear about them daily on the mainstream media who favor them. Barack Obama loved them. He may have even married one.
Since trans-whatevers are considered heroes, they continue to push the envelope. We are told we are haters if we don’t guess the correct pronoun for someone who claims they are able to change their genetic structure by sheer force of will. They don’t need God to assign them their sex. They tell God how it’s going to be. Now they are saying children should choose what sex they’d like to be. Call me old fashioned, but all of this strikes me as a form of insanity. To be sure, I don’t care what people want to be or pretend to be. But to brainwash kids into thinking they’re neither male nor female and they can choose on their own? That’s criminal abuse. Time to push back.
Recently William Shatner has been under attack by SJWs, feminists who hate men and what he calls “snowflakes.” The latter are young people who are also known as, ‘crybullies.’ They invent or imagine micro-aggressions and slights and exaggerate them into major offenses. President Trump faces such outrage from the feminists, SJWS and snowflakes on a daily basis. They flew into a flurry when he decreed that transexuals don’t belong in the military. Do we really need such distractions inflicted upon people who fighting for our country? It’s bad enough they aren’t installing urinals for sailors on new aircraft carriers. They don’t want to offend female sailors or something. What’s next—flying the rainbow flags on ships?
If a person insisted he was Napoleon, he was once sent to an insane asylum. Now he roams free. That’s fine by me, but when politicians drum up hate speech laws and insist I call him Napoleon or be considered a ‘hater,’ that’s where I draw the line. I will not praise these mentally ill people. Neither would Captain Kirk.
— Ben Garrison