One of the most concerning cultural trends infecting American society today is the “transgender” illness. For most Americans, this social endemic seems to have metastasized overnight. But the truth is, it’s been years in the making. What is the endgame of this madness?
In this episode, we dig into our archives and play two of the most important shows we’ve ever recorded. The first was an episode titled “The Dangerous Slope from Transgenderism to Transhumanism,” in which we show how insidious the transgender agenda is. And in the second half of today’s show, we show our “Get Them Out” episode, which makes the case for how dangerous government schools have become. Government schools are one of the main institutions weaponized to brainwash young children into accepting every perversity in the LGBTQ acronym of sickness, including trans madness.
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