House Speaker Mike Johnson, a Republican from Louisiana, has cast doubts on whether President Biden fully grasped the implications of his decision to issue a proclamation designating March 31, coinciding with Easter this year, as Transgender Day of Visibility. President Biden, known for his devout Catholicism, faced criticism from Johnson, who accused him of straying from Easter principles. Despite Biden’s denial of involvement during the White House Easter Egg Roll event, the proclamation bears his signature, prompting scrutiny over the apparent contradiction. Johnson highlighted this discrepancy in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, suggesting it raises concerns about the president’s mental acuity. He emphasized the significance of the incident as reflective of broader ideological differences ahead of the upcoming election, portraying it as a clash between progressive ideals and traditional American values. Meanwhile, Transgender Day of Visibility, established in 2009 by Rachel Crandall Crocker of Transgender Michigan, continues to be commemorated annually, marking strides in transgender rights and recognition.

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