CV NEWS FEED // Chris Rufo, a conservative activist, released a new mini documentary Thursday on how the transgender agenda continues to take over American culture.
“The transgender movement has conquered American life,” wrote Rufo in a tweet.
In a new short film, I explain how the movement gained power and connect the dots between its key intellectuals, billionaire benefactor, and large-scale medical experiments in a Detroit ghetto.
In just four hours, the film garnered nearly 1 million views on Twitter.
Rufo begins the documentary explaining the history of trans thought – familiarizing the viewer with the figures who forged the ideology behind the movement.
He quotes the words of Susan Stryker, a founding theorist of the transgender movement:
I am a transexual and therefore I am a monster. This body is destined to channel its rage and revenge against the naturalized heterosexual order, against traditional family values, and against the hegemonic oppression of nature itself.
“There is something important to understand here. The transgender movement is inherently political,” Rufo stated.
The documentary also exposes the pipeline of millions of dollars being funneled into schools, hospitals, and activist organizations through the joint efforts of prominent “trans billionaire” Jennifer Pritzker and his cousin Governor J.B. Pritzker, D-IL.
Rufo’s work then turns to the Ruth Ellis Center, located in one of the poorest areas in metro Detroit. The area is so poor that they cannot even afford to have street lights on at night, yet the Ruth Ellis Center is well funded by outside sources. The center performs many experimental treatments that include “gender-affirming care” on the impoverished and vulnerable black community of Highland Park, MI.
“This is the great project of the transgender movement,” Rufo emphasizes.
To abolish the distinctions of man and woman, to transcend the limitations established by creation, to hitch the personal struggle of trans individuals to the political struggle of revolution. All of society must be reorganized to affirm their identities and more importantly, their politics.
Want to dig deeper? After you watch Rufo, check out CatholicVote’s recent analysis of “The Transgender Threat” from EDIFY.