StudioJake On The Michael Knowles Show: SanFran Gender Fluid Camp

I made an appearance The Michael Knowles Show episode ‘Gender Fluid Toddlers’ where I join the host and my fellow deplorable panelists including popular host and fellow YouTuber Roaming Millennial and the always insightful Amanda Prestigiacomo.

In this episode, we talk about a new camp in San Francisco where parents can send their children if they suspect they are gender fluid or trans. Roaming Millennial pointed out that many of these children are the kids of trans-activists who are forcing their agenda on their kids. During the news round-up, we talk about youth on social media becoming depressed as well as President Donald Trump’s tough talk on North Korea. Was it too harsh or was it what the communist regime needed to hear.

Watch it in the video below:

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