January 5, 2018
Sign the Petition Opposing the Confirmation of Transgender to Health Department
As we all know by now Governor Tom Wolf is 100 percent behind any and all efforts to promote the homosexual/transgender agenda. He has participated in “gay” pride events before and after taking office. He has shown his “pro-gay/pro-transgender” stripes through his unilateral decision in 2016 to use taxpayer dollars to perform so-called sex-change surgeries on children who are confused about their gender in the Children’s Health Insurance Program or CHIP. He attacked pro-family State Representative Daryl Metcalfe in November. And, as we all know, he nominated Dr. “Rachel” Levine to be PA’s Physician General. Unfortunately, our State Senate did not question the appropriateness of having a sexually confused man in this influential position and confirmed him unanimously!
Governor Wolf has now decided to promote Levine and nominated him to be PA’s next Secretary of Health. How ironic that an individual who is confused about who he is has been nominated to set health policy in Pennsylvania! The bio found on the state website confirms that he has used his position to “advocat(ing) on behalf of the LGBTQ population. . . . (H)as led an LGBTQ workgroup for the governor’s office. ” You can read more here
The State Senate must confirm Levine before he can become the official Secretary of Health. He is currently “Acting Secretary of Health and Physician General.” Questions that need to be answered include: Is Dr. “Rachel” Levine the best Pennsylvania can offer? If Levine becomes PA’s Secretary of Health, what message does that send Pennsylvania’s children? Which Senator has the courage to say ‘NO.”
The AFA of PA has created a petition opposing the confirmation of Levine for Secretary of Health. If you agree with the AFA of PA that this individual is a bad choice for PA’s next Secretary of Health, please sign the petition here
If you have not signed the petition in support of Representative Daryl Metcalfe, you can do so by clicking here