The Senate on Wednesday confirmed radical transgender extremist Rachel Levine, an advocate of sex changes for kids and the drugging of children with puberty blockers, to be the Assistant Secretary for Health at the Department of Health and Human Services.
Voting mostly along party lines, the US Senate on Wednesday confirmed former Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine to be the nation’s assistant secretary of health. She is the first openly transgender federal official to win Senate confirmation.
The final vote was 52-48. Republican Senators Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine joined all Democrats in supporting Levine.
Levine is making history not only as the first transgender to be approved for a cabinet position by the Senate but also as the first person to be confirmed after openly supporting sex changes for kids and the drugging of children with life-altering puberty blockers which can cause irreversible damages.
Levine last month was grilled on her support for child genital mutilation and drugging children by Rand Paul, the only GOP senator with the balls to take on Levine man-to-man (figuratively speaking).
Levine will be joining the Biden regime together with Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, who during his presidential campaign unveiled plans for a taxpayer-funded, nationwide “mentorship” program to connect “LGBT youth” with “leaders” in politics and business and help teach them “self-love.”