Long-time beloved British TV character Doctor Who will be played by a woman in the next season.
Season 13 of “Doctor Who” will feature Jodie Whittaker in the title role. The Doctor Who character is an alien Time Lord who periodically regenerates into a brand-new body with a different personality, explaining why 12 actors so far have played the doctor. The plot device was written in when the original doctor, Christopher Eccleston, left the series after one season.
On Monday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Glenn Beck wasn’t disconcerted by the first female doctor but by the virtue signaling that inevitably comes along with the change.
“I am sick of the lecture that we all have to endure,” Glenn said.
Obviously, we need gender fluidity to save Western civilization, Glenn asserted sarcastically.
“We are going to be remembered by historians in the best possible light,” he said. “When they saw that the Western culture that had freed more people, fed more people and more than doubled life spans of all humans wouldn’t have a female space alien doctor with two hearts on a TV show, well, damn it, the BBC sprang into action and made all the difference in the world.”
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