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23-year-old woman to Tucker Carlson: I regret transitioning as a teen

It’s completely normal for not only young girls and boys to feel uncomfortable with their body, but we have this ideology that says if you have those feelings, that means you’re trans.

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Tucker interviews Helena Kerschner, a 23-year old currently in the process of de-transitioning, her experiences before and after, and her thoughts on it now.

Highlights include:

“There’s a lot of messages that said, if you feel bad about your body, that means you’re trans. I was just going through this period of like ‘I don’t like how I’m treated as a cis-person ‘cuz cis means you’re uncool and you’re privileged and you’re an oppressor and you’re bad and I don’t wanna’ be that.”

“There was a lot of hopelessness for a long time, a lot of regret. The feeling of regret was intense.”

“It’s completely normal for not only young girls but often young boys, too, to feel uncomfortable with themselves, uncomfortable with their body. But we have this ideology that is especially prevalent online that says if you have those feelings, that means you’re trans.”

“There are literally people who say if you don’t even like your voice on a recording, that’s a sign of gender dysphoria and you need to go see a medical professional because you’re trans.”

“It’s just devastating to, especially from a young age, be lied to by adults at school and by medical professionals and told that your body is wrong, you need to change it, you need to get hormones, you need to get surgeries. That’s devastating for a young person. So, I’m just really concerned for younger girls and boys like I once was, being led down this path and being hurt by it.”

“The White House actually just put out a chart yesterday that says that some of these steps are reversible or partially reversible but that’s such an oversimplification of the truth. When you go on a cross-sex hormone, that’s gonna’ give you not just physical changes but psychological experiences that you can’t just act like they never happened. You can’t just take it back, especially with surgeries.”

“There’s a lot of people out there, especially parents who are really thankful for what I’m saying, because they see that they’re young girl or young boy is going through this, and the school is telling them ‘you need to affirm them.'”

“And all their doctors telling them ‘you need to transition them’ and these parents, they know that they’re child should not be having these cosmetic procedures.”

“But, obviously, you have the trans-activists and the trans-community that exhibit some very unhealthy kind-of cult-like dynamics who are really upset about this.”

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Glenn Greenwald sounds the alarm on a ‘very real threat’ of a nuclear exchange

it’s time to update your assumptions about the technology here. These are not the bombs that flattened Nagasaki. They are incalculably more powerful.

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Tucker interviews Glenn Greenwald about the possibility of nuclear war, the current political situation in Brazil, and recent air raid sirens in Tokyo. Highlights include:

“Buses in New Jersey now have signs warning about radiation poisoning.”

“‘September is National Preparedness Month. Do you know what to do in a radiation emergency?'”

“No, you don’t. Doesn’t matter. This is all make believe, it’s all play acting. If you live in a big metro area, there’s not anything you’re going to ‘do’ in a nuclear exchange, ‘cuz you’re going to be dead, along with most other Americans. The overwhelming majority of Americans will be dead and those who survive will starve to death because all agriculture will be destroyed, along with billions of people around the planet. So it’s time to update your assumptions about the technology here. These are not the bombs that flattened Nagasaki. They are incalculably more powerful.”

“The way they convince Americans to support US involvement in a war is they personalize a particular leader, get us to hate that leader.”

“Hundreds of billions of dollars later and lives lost, polls always show that Americans come to realize that they regard those wars as a mistake, and the reason is they realize that no benefits came to the United States and American citizens by virtue of US involvement in those wars. So, let’s apply that framework here.”

“If a nation has nuclear weapons and you believe, even theoretically, they might use them, you have to treat that nation differently. You may not want to, it may be unfair, but that’s why nations seek nuclear weapons, because you can’t boss them around. If you ignore the possibility that your entire population could be killed, you are not fit for leadership because you’re insane. And if feels like our leaders are right there, they’re insane.”

“A lot of times the reason escalation happens isn’t even because the countries wanted to, but because when hostilities are intensified enough, miscommunication and misperception happen. That’s why when you get involved in a war like the one in Ukraine, things are incredibly dangerous.”

“The world is a dangerous place. These weapons can kill hundreds of millions of people at once and we are playing with fire by not even being willing to debate this out of fear that we’re gonna’ be called names.”

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Martha’s Vineyard Hypocrisy

The ones who claim to be the ‘best people’ are actually the worst people.

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Tucker’s coverage of the recent visit some Venezuelans made to Martha’s Vineyard continues. Highlights include:

“Those brief hours our Venezuelan brothers and sisters spent on Martha’s Vineyard changed history and left what they’re calling ‘an indelible mark’ on the people who lived there. ‘They enriched us,’ said one resident, ‘we were happy to help them on their journey.’ Unfortunately, as it turned out, that journey ended abruptly at a military base on Cape Cod where our Venezuelan brothers and sisters are being held against their will.”

“The people of Martha’s Vineyard knew this was going to happen, and yet none of them thought to tell their Venezuelan brothers and sisters before it happened.”

“Fifty brown people was too many for the people of Martha’s Vineyard. They called in the army to have them removed, like trash, as one island resident said. So actually, judging by their behavior and not simply by their lawn signs, which is the best way to judge people, the people of Martha’s Vineyard are not especially compassionate. In fact, they’re small-minded, and cheap, and pretty nasty, as any waiter or babysitter who works on the island can tell you. So, once again, the ones who claim to be the ‘best people’ are actually the worst people.”

“Actually, the people of Martha’s Vineyard, the residents there are the ones who did the tricking. They tricked the Venezuelans into going to a military base. But that wasn’t deception, no. According to Elizabeth Warren it was an act of love.”

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