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Photos: One Of Biden’s Family Members Came Out As Transgender During Thanksgiving In Nantucket

When we say the word “Thanks-giving,” it presumes the giving of thanks.

But to whom is that thanks given?

Since the first Thanksgiving on Plymouth Rock and its subsequent establishment as a day of thanks on Oct. 3, 1789, the recipient of that thanks on behalf of the United States of America has always been God.

But in keeping with the destruction of everything good and virtuous in this nation, this year, God has been removed as the recipient of thanks on Thanksgiving.

For the first time in American history, the proclamation completely omitted any reference to God or faith.

It seems there are many “new” things in our First Family this year for Thanksgiving.

Photo of Hunter Biden and Maisy Biden reveals that the President’s niece has came out as transgender!

Photo below:

Hunter Biden, Ashely Biden and various grandchildren of Joe and Jill Biden shopped and ate their way around downtown Nantucket on the night before Thanksgiving.

Hunter also enjoyed smoothies with Maisy, his daughter from his first marriage, and Little Hunt, the late Beau Biden’s son.

Internet searches have surged with queries about Maisy Biden, including inquiries about her gender due to a flurry of rumours.

Maisy Biden, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden’s third grandchild, has gained recognition from the public after sharing her journey as a transgender individual. Her advocacy for LGBTQ+ rights has been compelling. In 2023, OUT100 hailed her as one of the world’s 100 most influential LGBTQ+ individuals. Maisy is a source of inspiration for younger generations, exhibiting strength, sincerity, and bravery. She is effecting change through her outspokenness the LGBTQ organization said.

Born in 2001, she spent her formative years in Washington, D.C., where she was deeply influenced by the complex spheres of politics and public service. After completing her secondary education at Sidwell Friends School in 2019, she enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2023, she graduated with a degree in fine arts. Maisy’s extraordinary artistic skills set her apart from her family members. Her artwork has been exhibited in galleries across the Washington, D.C., area, a testament to her creativity and fervour.