White House Faces Criticism for Promoting ‘Transgender Day Of Visibility’ on English Platforms, While Neglecting Spanish-Speaking Audiences

On Easter Sunday, posts across Biden’s social media profiles acknowledged both Easter and the “Transgender Day of Visibility.” Interestingly, the account “La Casa Blanca” refrained from sharing content related to the LGBTQ commemoration, unlike the English-language account which recognized the occasion alongside Easter celebrations, as reported by The Post Millennial.

Social media users observed that the posts made on the Spanish White House account only commemorated Easter and Cesar Chavez.

Thomas Stevenson of The Post Millennial emphasizes that while the English White House account shared an Easter post resembling the one in Spanish, it included a statement recognizing transgender Americans, stating, “Transgender Americans are part of the fabric of our nation.” The post further stated, “On Transgender Day of Visibility, our Administration honors the extraordinary courage of transgender Americans and reaffirms our commitment to forming a more perfect union – where all people are treated equally,” a wording conspicuously absent in the Spanish version.

Stevenson suggests that the contrasting messages may indicate a significant disparity in how the Biden administration views its appeal to Hispanic voters compared to other segments within its potential voting base, particularly given the substantial decline in support from Hispanic voters since the 2020 election.

Responding to criticism regarding the decision to designate March 31 as “Transgender Day of Visibility,” coinciding with Easter Sunday this year, President Joe Biden has addressed the issue. The White House echoed the president’s sentiments in a recent statement, asserting, “On Transgender Day of Visibility, we commend the exceptional courage and contributions of transgender Americans and reaffirm our nation’s commitment to building a more perfect union — one where all individuals are created and treated equally throughout their lives.”

Numerous prominent Christians and conservatives voiced criticism toward Biden and his administration for the statement.

Former President Donald Trump, in particular, was outspoken, calling for an immediate apology to the millions of Christians and Catholics.