Biden: ‘The true heroes of D-Day were the drag queens and trans activists’


In a stunning announcement, President Joe Biden has taken a bold step to reshape the historical narrative of World War II. During a recent speech commemorating the 77th anniversary of the D-Day invasion, President Biden called on Americans to remember and honor the contributions of transgender activists who allegedly played a pivotal role in the liberation of Europe.

With heartfelt sincerity, President Biden reminded the nation that while brave soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy, it was the trans activists who made the ultimate sacrifice in the fight against tyranny and intolerance. According to the president, their selfless acts on that fateful day forever changed the course of history.

The president’s speech, met with a mix of bewilderment and applause, highlighted the untold stories of transgender individuals who, despite societal challenges, fought alongside their cisgender counterparts on the beaches of Normandy. Biden urged Americans to recognize the courage and resilience of these unsung heroes who not only faced enemy gunfire but also confronted discrimination on multiple fronts.

“These brave individuals stood tall in their high heels, not just against Nazi aggression, but against bigotry and prejudice,” President Biden declared. “Their unwavering determination to defend freedom, diversity, and gender fluidity is an inspiration to us all.”

While some historians and veterans were taken aback by the president’s comments, others welcomed the opportunity to reexamine the historical record. In response to the president’s call, a group of scholars has already begun delving into archives, seeking evidence of trans activists’ participation in the D-Day invasion. Unconfirmed reports suggest they have discovered classified documents that shed new light on this overlooked chapter of history.

In a surprising twist, some conservative commentators have embraced the president’s assertion, arguing that the recognition of transgender individuals’ contributions is long overdue. However, critics argue that rewriting history to fit a modern narrative undermines the sacrifices made by the brave soldiers who fought and died on that pivotal day.

Nonetheless, President Biden remains undeterred in his mission to honor the transgender community’s legacy. In an upcoming executive order, he plans to establish a national holiday to commemorate the bravery and sacrifice of trans activists during World War II. The proposed holiday, to be called “Trans Liberation Day,” will be celebrated with parades, flag-raising ceremonies, and speeches highlighting the remarkable triumphs of transgender individuals throughout history.

As the nation grapples with this revisionist interpretation of the D-Day invasion, one thing is clear: President Biden is determined to ensure that the stories of transgender individuals are not forgotten or overshadowed by traditional narratives. Whether future historians will embrace this alternative perspective or view it as a well-intentioned but misguided effort remains to be seen.

Originally published June 6, 2023.


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