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Christian BlazeTV Hosts Blast The Blaze For Supporting Transgenderism

Over a year ago, Evangelical Dark Web did a report on how pro-transgenderism Conservative media was, and as it turned out, most of Conservative Inc,  was on board. The metrics of the study was to view how Conservative media reported on transgender issues and what pronouns they used. TheBlaze, the online news website for Blaze Media was flagged as a serial offender, despite their prominent hosts who notoriously opposed this.

The Blaze reported on a male transvestite cheerleader choking a female cheerleader and proceeded to dignify the male transvestite’s sexual fetish with preferred pronouns, the impetus for the choking in the first place. The article titled 25-year-old transgender cheerleader kicked out of cheer camp after allegedly choking female teammate for saying she is a ‘man with a penis’ is the source of this.

BlazeTV host and prominent Christian activist, Steve Deace called the company out in a quote Tweet.

From there, a host of other hosts chimed in.

Former BlazeTV host, Lauren Chen chimed in also to mitigate Blaze’s actions.

All told, Steve Deace, Allie Stuckey, Elijah Schafer, Chad Prather, and Sara Gonzales all publicly opposed their company’s actions. It’s worth noting the overlap of host who did not support Dave Rubin doing the exact same thing as Pete Buttigieg. However, Sara Gonzales was celebratory at the time of Dave Rubin.

Absent from the discussion was Jason Whitlock, a Christian cultural commentator with BlazeTV, and unsurprisingly absent were Dave Rubin, Glenn Beck, and Steven Crowder.

Blaze Media is a merger of companies founded by Glenn Beck and Mark Levin, two men who were nowhere to be found to combat Branch Covidianism, despite decades of prominence in Conservative Inc. At a time when Republicans are about to sell out on marriage, it is necessary to ask whether Christ or chaos will determine the future of conservatism in the United States.

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One Response

  1. Thanks for covering this major problem with “Christian conservative” news personalities. My hubby’s in the same bus (but was basically cancelled and shadow banned to death) and I can safely say 99.9% of conservative media put country and politics before CHRIST.

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