Ben Bergquam, a correspondent for Real America’s Voice and host of Law and Border, gave a tour of two monuments he found at Youngstown University in Ohio, of what he calls trans rocks and diversity trees.
“The rocks attracted my attention because they appeared to be made to look like there was some sort of struggle here,” Bergquam said, describing the huge stones that look haphazardly placed around a tree that was also bricked into a circle formation.
Bergquam highlighted his point of view- on the general concept of diversity struggle for people who identified themselves as LGBTQ and located a second monument in the plaza on their “plight.” simultaneously.
In the video below, Bergquam explains what the monuments meant to him. He talked about his disappointment in seeing them at a university where people should learn to develop critical thinking skills and not feel bullied to submit to a foreign ideology about sex and gender.
Critical thinking skills are important: The skills that we need to be able to think critically are varied and include observation, analysis, interpretation, reflection, evaluation, inference, explanation, problem-solving, and decision-making.
Bergquam noted that he didn’t feel included in their diversity concepts. He also recalled a recent story in the news where a person was suffering from a lack of critical thinking skills and was in emotional turmoil about it.
And while we all agree that all lives matter, including ‘trans’ lives, we also remember that who you are not allowed to be critical of- controls you.
We are free as long as we practice our freedoms.
Bergquam reminds readers and viewers that if a person identifies as a woman- and complains about TSA touching their ‘balls,’ there is something odd going on:
The story that Benergquam is referring to was reported by the New York Post:
A transgender woman was left in tears at JFK Airport after she claimed a TSA agent punched her in the testicles while she was going through security, the Daily Mail reported.
The unidentified flyer took to social media to vent about the incident. According to the outlet, she said the agent “humiliated” her in front of everyone in a series of posts that have since been deleted.
“hi so a tsa agent at jfk airport punched me in the genitalia, yelled at me for having a penis (?) and humiliated me in front of everyone after i told her to please stop,” she captioned a photo of her crying in the airport bathroom, according to a screenshot of the post.
But the embarrassment didn’t stop there, according to the woman.
“[The TSA agent] followed me into the women’s bathroom and began talking about me to a coworker while I sobbed in a stall,” she wrote, asking friends on the internet for advice as to what she should do.
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