ABC News And The Case Of The Fickle Tranny

Let’s say it outright: ABC News has a freak in their midst.

Three months ago, editor Don Ennis walked into work wearing a black cocktail dress, makeup, and a long, auburn wig, and announced to his colleagues, “Hey, I know I look like a fat bald guy and I have male genitalia, but from now on, you are all to feed my psychosis and address me as Dawn.” I’m heavily paraphrasing, but the essence is there.

Now, however, it seems that after pretending to be a woman for three months, Don (I refuse to cater to the delusional) has decided that whole living-a-lie thing wasn’t for him, and he has gone back to dressing like a normal human male and replacing the “aw” of “Dawn” with the “o” of “Don.”

But to look at a picture of even the male-dressed version of Don is to stare into the face of a sexual deviant. Look at his predatory smile if you don’t mind nightmares. Dude’s obviously twisted.

At one point over the last three months, Don, according to the New York Post, “told friends that he suspected his sex mix-up happened because his mother gave him female hormones as a child that made him look and sound young to prolong a bit-part acting career, but he ended up developing breasts and started thinking he was a woman”—in other words, that his sex mix-up happened because he had a liberal parent. (Wait, did he say breasts? Yes, I’ll get to that in a bit.) However, either he was lying then or he is lying now, because in the email Dr. Jekyll sent to his colleagues, he attributed his three-month venture as a woman not to having a Democratic mother, but to amnesia.

When he “woke up” from his “amnesia,” he fist “believed” (I quote that because this is a total lie) that his wife had been “playing some kind of cruel joke, dressing me up in a wig and bra and making fake ID’s with the name ‘Dawn’ on it. Seriously.”

Seriously.

Oh, and that part about boobs? He realized it wasn’t his wife who was playing a joke on him when “[he] took off the bra–and discovered two reasons [he] was wearing one.”

Oh, hello again, lunch.

The email went on: “I’m asking all of you who accepted me as a transgender to now understand: I was misdiagnosed.”

Yeah, by a crazy person.