Biden’s ‘X’ Factor: USCIS Goes Gender-Neutral, Sparks Outrage!

President Joe Biden’s latest move to accommodate non-binary individuals in the immigration system has raised eyebrows and left many Americans scratching their heads. Amidst the chaos and confusion of recent events, including the president’s misstep in calling for the observation of Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter Sunday, the administration has forged ahead with a controversial decision. The Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced the addition of a “third gender option” for individuals applying for naturalization, allowing applicants to identify as “X” for “Another Gender Identity.”

This latest development has sparked outrage among conservative critics, who question the administration’s priorities as they tackle a surge of illegal immigration and a rise in preventable crimes committed by those who enter the country unlawfully. Many are left wondering why the Biden administration is investing time and resources into accommodating alternative gender identities, rather than addressing urgent issues within the immigration system.

USCIS’s decision to introduce the “X” gender option on Form N-400, with plans to extend it to additional forms in the future, has stirred controversy within conservative circles. Critics argue that the administration’s focus on “woke gender ideology” reflects a misplaced emphasis on social issues at the expense of addressing pressing national concerns. Moreover, the move has reignited concerns over USCIS’s evolving mission under the Biden administration, which has been criticized for prioritizing an ethos of “welcoming” over concerns of “lawful immigration” and “securing the homeland.”

In light of these developments, conservatives are calling into question the Biden administration’s commitment to upholding the integrity of the immigration system, highlighting the perceived distortion of priorities and values. The decision to introduce a “third gender option” in the naturalization process has underscored the administration’s divergence from addressing critical challenges within the immigration system, further fueling skepticism and critique among conservative commentators and activists.

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