Caitlyn Jenner shocks Transgender movement because he opposes government welfare.
Bruce Jenner didn’t get all his common sense whacked off when he had his surgery. And the results of how his fellow boys pretending to be girls oppose him give us some real insight on how the U.S. taxpayer has been forced to underwrite the Transgender movement. According to Newser.com:
Caitlyn Jenner’s politically conservative views surprised her [sic] transgender friends in a just-released excerpt from tonight’s episode of I Am Cait, reports Us Weekly. “What’s the big issue?” asks the 65-year-old former Olympian. Friend Chandi Moore explains, “They’re homeless, unemployed, so it’s just going to take a lot more.” But Jenner sticks to her [sic] world-view: “[Can’t they] make more not working with social programs than they actually can with an entry-level job?” she [sic] asks. “…You don’t want people to get totally dependent on it. That’s when they get in trouble. ‘Why should I work?'”
Uh oh! Jenner’s Transgender adventure is supposed to make him ignore basic economics and how government welfare often encourages and increases poverty. It makes it rewarding to be poor.
But the opposition to Jenner isn’t just based on Liberal clichés. It is personal. Jenner is wrong because without government funding the Transgender movement wouldn’t have the funding it needs.
Jenner’s friends turn quiet in the sneak peek, and friend Jenny Boylan adds her [sic?] thoughts via voiceover: “Caitlyn has every right to be just as conservative as she [sic] chooses, but many transgender men and women need social programs to survive, and that’s nothing to be ashamed of,” she says.
Right. The productive breeders (that is the typical term for married heterosexuals who have children) are obligated to support these people as they live off the government and pursue the pure expression of their “gender identity.”
It seems pretty obvious that the Transgender movement would only be the hobby of a few wealthy perverts (like Jenner himself). The government has created the phenomenon with our tax dollars and public debt.