TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Rachel Levine is a biological man who has lived life as a biological man -- married, kids, the whole thing, and then, at some point, fairly recently, decided, "I'm a woman, I'm dressing as a woman." Fine. "But you have to call me a woman or else you're a hater." Not fine.
In October, because almost everything that's happening at this point is almost beyond parody, on the basis of that claim, "I'm a woman," -- of course, not a woman -- Joe Biden made Rachel Levine an admiral in something called the public health service. Watch.
Okay, so you're not a female. You know, no one wants to attack you for that. That's totally fine, but when you get up on stage and say something that everyone knows is untrue and then demand that we believe it, you degrade the rest of us. It's outrageous, actually, and not everyone wants to play along.
So this person is now an admiral. To memorialize the moment, The Babylon Bee made Rachel Levine their "Man of the Year." It's a joke. But it's kind of true. In response to this, Twitter, on which no jokes are allowed, suspended Babylon Bee for "hate speech." So, per Twitter policy, when a man calls himself a woman, you have to pretend that person is telling the truth.
I hope it ends with Twitter being shut down by Congress, but that doesn't seem to be happening any time soon. Has it occurred to you that, you know, some Soros-backed NGO can accuse you of treason against your own country and being a Putin supporter -- which is a death penalty offense -- and that's totally fine on Twitter, but if you make fun of Rachel Levine's ludicrous claim that he's a woman, then you're a hater? Like, how does this work? What are the standards here?