Trump Makes Epic Move to Combat Biden’s ‘Trans Visibility Day’

In today’s climate, patriots and those who hold God dear are compelled to rally en masse at the polls this coming November, aiming to overturn the malevolent governance that currently presides.

In a controversial move, President Joe Biden named March 31 as the “Transgender Day of Visibility,” coinciding with Easter Sunday, sparking a significant backlash among the Christian community online.

In reaction, Donald Trump, during a visit to Green Bay, Wisconsin, for his campaign, introduced November 5 as “Christian Visibility Day.”

The announcement from Biden, given his track record over the past years, would be almost inconceivable if we hadn't witnessed his governance firsthand.

Matt Walsh from the Daily Wire expressed his disbelief on X, the social media network, stating, "so outrageously evil that I had to check to make sure it was real."

Trump was similarly incredulous.

Questioning Biden's rationale, Trump inquired, “And what the hell was Biden thinking when he declared Easter Sunday to be ‘Trans Visibility Day?'” His query was met with vocal disapproval from his audience.

Trump criticized the move as a blatant disrespect towards Christians.

He then proposed a new day of significance, suggesting that come November 5, a previously overlooked demographic will be recognized.

“November 5th is going to be called something else. You know what it’s gonna be called? ‘Christian Visibility Day,'” Trump announced, predicting an unprecedented turnout of Christian voters on that day.

“Let’s call it, ‘Christian Visibility Day,'” he echoed, to the applause of the crowd.

A video snippet of Trump’s speech can be viewed, encapsulating his 44-second commentary.

There's growing evidence of widespread disapproval of the extremist transgender ideology, transcending religious boundaries. For example, J.K. Rowling, the “Harry Potter” series author, recently critiqued a new Scottish legislation on hate speech in a detailed X thread, refusing to adhere to its terms by pointing out men identifying as transgender women.

Rowling, among others, represents a section of liberals and feminists who are voicing their dissent against the trans extremism.

Biden’s declaration has implications beyond mere transgender “visibility.” It paradoxically suggests that transgender individuals have been obscured from public view, despite their significant and often confrontational presence.

Moreover, Biden, as a self-professed devout Catholic, was fully aware of the implications of setting such a declaration on Easter Sunday, yet proceeded regardless.

His actions, especially considering the sacred observance did not align with previous “Transgender Day of Visibility” declarations, highlight a deliberate choice on his part.

Now, echoing Trump’s sentiment, it's time for Christian voters to decide their course.

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