Biden’s HHS Trans Doctor pick supports sex change for kids and puberty blockers

 

Remember when the Twilight zone was just a show on TV? Rand Paul nails down this candidate for Biden’s latest pick for weirdos to fill out his cabinet. This one is a doozy. Later the  background on this guy/gal who thinks it’s apparently great for kids to mutilate their bodies without parents knowledge.

Rand Paul puts Rachel’s feet to the fire with his well laid out question.

Biden nominee refuses to answer the question about whether the government should override a parent’s consent to allow a minor to receive puberty blockers or surgical amputation of breasts or genitalia.

“You’re willing to let a minor take things to prevent their puberty, and you think they get back?… You have permanently changed them… There’s no long term studies. We don’t know what happens to them.”

Charlie Kirk:

Joe Biden is pushing Rachel Levine through the Senate to be second-in-command at the Department of Health & Human Services. Rachel is a biological male who supports sex change surgeries & life altering hormone treatments for children. Is this what ‘healing the nation’ looks like?

 

 

That was not the only question of her that should be a headliner:

Levine questioned on missing Pa. nursing home data in …

Penn Live

HARRISBURG — During a federal confirmation hearing Thursday, former Health Secretary Rachel Levine was questioned about the ongoing data discrepancies in Pennsylvania’s public reports on nursing home coronavirus deaths and cases.

U.S. Sen. Susan Collins (R., Maine) said Levine had assured her that Pennsylvania had accurately reported deaths in these homes, unlike New York, where the attorney general found that the Cuomo administration had undercounted fatalities by the thousands.

But Collins questioned that claim, citing Spotlight PA reporting from September 2020 that found weekly reports released by the state health department were consistently missing death and case data for more than 100 of the state’s 693 nursing homes.
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By September, more than six months since the first COVID-19 case in Pennsylvania, problems with the data had not been corrected. With many facilities still closed to visitors, advocates for nursing home residents and families said that there were few ways for families to know what was going on inside facilities and to monitor outbreaks.

Data related to a deadly outbreak at one Lehigh County facility was not included in the reports until August — after 80 residents had died, one of the highest death tolls in a nursing home in the state.
Those of us who live in Pennsylvania know all about Dr.Rachel Levine. Unfortunately we don’t have a weather girl” like Janice Dean.

The news comes as Levine, the nation’s first openly transgender health secretary, comes under fire over the department’s handling of nursing homes — particularly a March guidance that essentially instructed senior living facilities to accept patients who were diagnosed with the coronavirus.

The guidance stated:

Nursing care facilities must continue to accept new admissions and receive readmissions for current residents who have been discharged from the hospital who are stable to alleviate the increasing burden in the acute care settings. This may include stable patients who have had the COVID-19 virus.

Nearly 70 percent of the state’s coronavirus-related deaths — 2,896 of 4,218 — are connected to nursing home facilities.

It was revealed this week that Levine removed his 95-year-old mother from such a facility during the pandemic.

Pennsylvania AG opens criminal probes into nursing homes …

Nursing home deaths account for more than two-thirds of the state’s death toll. … into several nursing homes amid a coronavirus outbreak that has killed 2,600.

 

Protesters call for Pennsylvania health secretary to step down

The rally Monday was organized by state Sen. Doug Mastriano, who says Dr. Rachel Levine hasn’t properly protected the state’s vulnerable older population.

 

Let’s meet the mastermind behind this:

Meet the Transgender Doctor Leading Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 Response

She thinks she is the role model for allowing kids without parental consent change their bodies forever..

Rachel Levine discusses role model status.

 

 

Other than this all is well in the swamp.

PA transgendered Sec of Health focusing on LGBT, Trannny on COVID data collection

 

 

Dr. Richard/Rachael Levine, transgendered Health Secretary strikes again in Pennsylvania. Last week I posted how she/he had forced nursing homes to take COVID patients.

The news comes as Levine, the nation’s first openly transgender health secretary, comes under fire over the department’s handling of nursing homes — particularly a March guidance that essentially instructed senior living facilities to accept patients who were diagnosed with the coronavirus.

Unhinged PA Gov Wolf and Sec of Health Levine Devastate Nursing Homes

It gets even better this week. Not content that Nursing homes and hospitals are up to their eyeballs taking care of sick patients, she will have them go through all of the medical records and try and figure out if they are LGBTQ … add how many additional letters you need. Go figure. Priorities my dear… will some one tell her/him? For what purpose Dr. Levine? How happy should the LGBT community be that she is having people tracing their contacts? Going through their medical records?

Gov. Tom Wolf’s (D) office this week announced that the state’s health department, under transgender Health Secretary Rachel Levine, is focusing on gender identity and sexual orientation or expression in the state’s collection of coronavirus data.

“Governor Tom Wolf today took another step in his commitment to fair treatment and inclusion of LGBTQ Pennsylvanians by announcing ways the community will be counted in COVID-19 data,” his office announced on Wednesday.

 

According to the announcement, the Department of Health “will be conducting extensive case histories investigations as part of contact tracing on those who test positive for the virus” as individual counties begin moving from the red phase to yellow. As a result, the department will work with Sara Alert, described as a “new data collection platform,” and has requested a “system modification to the platform to collect sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data”:

The department has also requested from the eHealth Authority Board that the state’s six health information organizations work to capture sexual orientation and gender identity or expression data from electronic health records that can then be used by health care providers to report their COVID-19 data to the department.

The release also touts the Wolf administration’s commitment to working with organizations that are devoted to “non-discriminatory practices.”

The news comes as Levine, the nation’s first openly transgender health secretary, comes under fire over the department’s handling of nursing homes — particularly a March guidance that essentially instructed senior living facilities to accept patients who were diagnosed with the coronavirus.

The guidance stated:

Nursing care facilities must continue to accept new admissions and receive readmissions for current residents who have been discharged from the hospital who are stable to alleviate the increasing burden in the acute care settings. This may include stable patients who have had the COVID-19 virus.

Nearly 70 percent of the state’s coronavirus-related deaths — 2,896 of 4,218 — are connected to nursing home facilities.

It was revealed this week that Levine removed his 95-year-old mother from such a facility during the pandemic.

Sound improves when she answers the questions.

Meet the Transgender Doctor Leading Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 Response

 

Rachel Levine

 

Meanwhile, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) announced that he is opening criminal investigations into several nursing homes, as coronavirus deaths in care facilities soar. All the while, Wolf’s administration is, perplexingly, placing a special emphasis on gender identity and sexual orientation or expression in the state’s collection of coronavirus data.

According to the state’s health department data, 12,677 nursing home or personal care facility residents have tested positive for the coronavirus, and 2,896 have died as a result.

Roughly 1.8 million Pennsylvanians have filed jobless claims since the start of the pandemic.

More at  Breitbart

Other than this all is well in my PA swamp.

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