‘Brave’ Bruce/Caitlyn and the ‘Ironic’ Post

The media are desperate to keep the focus on “Caitlyn Jenner” — that’s Bruce Jenner’s drag-queen alter ego.

Since the agenda is to ultimately destroy all concepts of normalcy, the media campaign comes complete with ready-made morality tales about how wrong it is to not get on the Caitlyn bandwagon.

It all started with the media meme about how “brave” Bruce/Caitlyn is for paying big bucks to a doctor to make him a eunuch.

As many people have pointed out, there’s nothing brave about Jenner’s situation, which is really about the sad case of a mentally disturbed man and the evil people who are trying to profit from his mental illness.

So Facebook user Terry Coffey posted a picture, purportedly¬†of a WWII soldier carrying a wounded comrade who is shooting at the enemy to cover his rescuer’s retreat, with a comment about real bravery.

Somewhere after many thousands of views and shares, Coffey¬†“discovered” the picture was actually an image of two GI Joe-type action figures posed in a scene by a man who had been beaten nearly to death by five strangers for being a cross-dresser.

So then Coffey posted an apology-slash-conversion message about how he had learned not to hate transgender people like Jenner and nobody else should either.

Oh, the irony.

Naturally, the story about Coffey’s “ironic discovery” is making the rounds.

Aren’t you all ashamed of yourselves now for not supporting brave Caitlyn Jenner?

Nah, me neither.

The Left can cook up phony baloney stories all it wants to try to shame people with traditional values, but it won’t change the fact that Jenner needs a psychotherapist, not a surgeon.