“Because everything now is vulnerable
to subjectivity only those with the proper kind of entitlement
should be quoted. Because we love unity, diversity
in any form— be it transition, transgender,
or transformation— should be ignored. Refrain from fetus
and use baby or young Christian as evidence
you would still like your jobs. There should be no evidence
there is anything that is actually vulnerable
except the rich and their children. The word fetus
can be alive or dead, and cannot vote. The entitlement
to life, love, and happiness no longer includes the transgender.
The only correct forms of diversity
are stocks and bonds, as in a strong diversity
of portfolio investments is essential. Any evidence
that life requires complexities like transgender
citizens will be removed. Remember: what’s vulnerable
is always economic; all American entitlement
depends upon it. And silence about the dead. The fetus
should never be equated with a woman. The so-called fetus
cannot be kissed in a crowd like a baby. A diversity
of citizens is a disaster to the simpler entitlement
our rich deserve. There is much evidence
of this. The rise of unions makes vulnerable
the rise of donors the way the existence of transgender
citizens throws all men into confusion. When transgender
is allowed, what will be next? The fate of any fetus
must be tied to its sex, otherwise it’s vulnerable
to bullies. Everything is easier without diversity.
This is for everyone’s good. We have evidence
of enormous cruelty. Please do not mention entitlement
as no one wants to hear they have entitlement.
No one wants to hear about the transgender
among us, whose very existence some evidence
suggests might twist the life of any god-fearing fetus.
We mean babies. Even saying the word diversity,
you can tell, can make any of us vulnerable,
and vulnerable in ways our various entitlements
can’t fix. Diversity and terms like transgender
and fetus suggest choices. Avoid that kind of evidence.”
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