The Babylon Bee Names Rachel Levine It’s Man Of The Year

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Dr Richard Levine now known as Dr Rachel Levine

via The Babylon Bee:

The Babylon Bee has selected Rachel Levine as its first annual Man of the Year. 

Levine is the U.S. assistant secretary for health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where he serves proudly as the first man in that position to dress like a western cultural stereotype of a woman. He is also an admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. What a boss! 

Rachel’s original name is Richard Levine, but he changed it to Rachel for some strange reason a few years ago. Who cares? Who says a dude as accomplished as this can’t be named “Rachel?” This king doesn’t care what people think about him! He often wears a dress, which some people think is weird—but he doesn’t care one bit. Come on! Men in India wear dress-type garments, don’t they? 

Rachel’s message is to “be true to yourself,” and we couldn’t agree more. This man is breaking barriers and showing us all the true meaning of courage.

We applaud this precious and perfectly made child of God for all his accomplishments and hope he stays true to who God made him to be.

UPDATE: Since announcing this award, we’ve been told that Levine actually identifies as a woman. We have still chosen to give the award as his self-identification has no bearing on the truth. Congratulations, Rachel Levine! 

The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee is a right leaning Christian satirical website. It’s CEO Seth Dillon stated it would not delete the tweet, in regards to Rachel’s man of the year status.

All of a sudden, science is wrong and mental illness and it’s after effects are acceptable. Men are invading women’s spaces and trampling on their rights without recourse, when will the madness end?

Richard Levine aka Rachel Levine, along with other invaders, such as Lia Thomas are men and will always be men. Feelings don’t dictate chromosomes, facts and biology.

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