President Joe Biden welcomed six progressive activists to the White House for the Now This News presidential forum. The woke news website forum featured Democrat-friendly topics such as gun legislation, abortion access, the "climate crisis," criminal legal reform, economic instability, and trans rights.
One of the interviewers was trans activist Dylan Mulvaney.
Mulvaney – a biological male – begins the interview by saying, "Mr. president, this is my 221st day of publicly transitioning."
Biden – a self-proclaimed Catholic – responded, "God love you."
Mulvaney – who lives in Los Angeles, California – responded, "I am extremely privileged to live in a state that allows me access to the resources I need, and that decision is just between me and my doctors, but many states have lawmakers that feel like they can involve themselves in this very personal process. Do you think states should have a right to ban gender-affirming health care?"
Biden replied, "I don't think any state or anybody should have the right to do that as a moral question. As legal question, I just think it's wrong."
"You know, I think I was saying before we started that, my son, my deceased son used to be the attorney general state of Delaware," Biden continued. "He passed the most the broadest piece of legislation."
Biden claimed that his late son Beau Biden was able to convince others to enact legislation that dealt with "gender-affirming capability."
Biden declared, "So I feel very, very strongly that that you should have every single solitary right including, including use of your gender identity bathrooms, but public."
Mulvaney responded, "And it feels like Republicans have turned trans and non-binary people into this thing to blame society's downfall on in some ways. And this narrative is not only dangerous to our mental health, but also our physical safety, and particularly trans women of color are being murdered at an alarming rate."
Mulvaney asked, "How can Democratic leaders be more effective in advocating for us trans people in our families in our lives and our opportunities?"
Biden responded, "I'm not being facetious when I say this but being seen with people like you. I mean, I genuinely mean it."
"People fear what they don't know," he continued. "They fear what they don't know."
Biden claimed that some states are participating in politics that are "outrageous" and "immoral."
In June, Biden recommended that American children as young as 6-months-old should get the COVID-19 vaccine.
You can watch the entire Now This News presidential forum interview below.
Joe Biden Answers Burning Questions of Our Young People in NowThis Exclusivewww.youtube.com