One of the most fundamental medical observations that can be made happens as a baby is brought into the world from the birth canal. The doctor, nurse, healthcare provider, or father sees the baby and makes an instantaneous, immediate declaration as to the baby’s gender. It’s a boy or it’s a girl. It turns out, making the medical distinction between genders is pretty easy. In fact, even infants can distinguish between males and females at just three months of age.
But thanks to the ever-increasing demands for heightened levels of ‘wokeness,’ Joe Biden has selected a man for Assistant Health Secretary who doesn’t know that men have a certain kind of genitalia and women have another (or that such distinctions go far deeper into the genetic code and can’t be changed by bodily mutilation).
In fact, Biden’s pick for the spot – Richard Levine – thinks that he’s a woman. In reality, Mr. Levine should be cared for in an in-patient treatment facility designed for the insane. But instead, he’ll be serving Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services.
The man, who dresses like a woman, doesn’t seem to be fooling anyone. Levine looks like the stereotypical crossdresser, unlike the “trans” characters given to us by Hollywood which – in their mythical state – can somehow fool others. When you see Richard Levine coming down the street, you can tell from a block away that he’s a man.
In an official statement released earlier today, Biden said, “Dr. Rachel [sic] Levine will bring the steady leadership and essential expertise we need to get people through this pandemic — no matter their zip code, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability — and meet the public health needs of our country in this critical moment and beyond.”
Levine is the first man with a profound mental illness to be nominated to serve in a federal position by a U.S. President.
Levine is a pediatrician (watch your children) who founded the Division of Adolescent Medicine and Eating Disorders at Penn State Children’s Hospital on the campus of the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. He is also a graduate of Harvard and Tulane University, where he obtained fellowships in pediatrics and adolescent medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York before making the move to Pennsylvania to work at the Penn State College of Medicine.