Sarah Palin’s son-in-law, Dakota Meyer, rips fake transgender SEAL story

A writer with The Atlantic is catching flak from Marine Dakota Meyer, after tweeting a story about a transgender soldier in response to President Trump’s military ban on trans people.

The story was about a transgender Navy SEAL who allegedly earned a Purple Heart and Bronze Star for serving in the military unit that killed Osama bin Laden.

According to Meyer, the story is bogus.

Bearing Arms is reporting:

Annie Lowrey, an economic policy writer for The Atlantic, tweeted a story of an alleged transgender Navy SEAL who had earned a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star for his role in the unit that took out Osama bin Laden:

But some people thought the story looked a bit fishy, including Marine Dakota Meyer, who quickly set Ms. Lowrey straight:

To put this in perspective for those who believe transgenders should be allowed in the military, should suicidal people or those with deep, clinically diagnosed depression or anxiety also be allowed to serve?

Most would answer no, as such mental health conditions put troops in danger, especially during combat situations.

At the end of the day, while it may not be popular to say, transgenderism is a form of mental illness, and the ban is an acknowledgement of the need for safety — for all.

When people who have truly “been there, done that,” such as Dakota Meyer and J.R. Salzman continue to speak out, we all gain valuable perspective.

[Note: This article was written by Steve Parker]

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