Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary Rachel Levine has called on Big Tech companies to censor people who refuse to adhere to radical Left-wing ‘gender-affirming care’ – or genital mutilations – for young children.
Philadelphia-area parental rights activist Megan Brock on Christmas Day uncovered a May 27 video of Levine speaking to the Federation of State Medical Boards in New Orleans via Zoom. In the clip, Levine demands censorship for Americans who dare to stand up to the destructive transgender agenda.
Levine begins by talking about how health professionals “have a critical role to play” that goes “beyond COVID-19.” This role is combatting “substantial misinformation” that is directly affecting the “health equity” of “sexual and gender minorities.”
Levine goes on to whine about “substantial misinformation” regarding so-called “gender-affirming care.” Levine then expresses outrage at state governments protecting children from puberty blockers and gender reassignment surgeries.
“We are in this nation facing an onslaught of LGBTQIA+ actions at the state levels across the United States. And they are dangerous to the public health,” Levine says in the video.
Levine goes on to claim the “positive” value of “gender-affirming care” in children and adults is settled science.
“We all need to work together to get our voices out in the front lines. We need to get our voices in the public eye, says Levine. “And we know how effective our medical community can be talking to communities whether it’s at town halls, schools, conversations with others.”
Then, it gets worse.
“We need to use clinicians’ voices to collectively advocate for our tech companies to create a healthier, cleaner information environment,” says Levine. “During a moment where public trust in our leaders and our information is very challenged. The health care worker community, the medical community does I believe maintain a high degree of trust and we have to utilize that and we have to utilize it effectively.”
The video is unearthed in the weeks after the Twitter files proved just how closely the federal government already works with Big Tech companies to shut down dissenting speech online.