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White Man Transitions Into A Filipino Woman On ‘Double Take’

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From Bill Clinton apologists to recent sexual misconduct allegations against Rep. John Conyers, “Double Take” covers modern feminism on its most recent episode with Amber Athey and Julia Nista.

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A person who was born a white male now identifies as a transgender, transracial Filipino woman named Ja Du. Tucker Carlson recently discussed this on his Fox News show “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” where he pointed out that it is a problem when someone may identify as something other than what is based in reality.

Also on this episode, former Hillary Clinton spokeswoman Adrienne Elrod made excuses not to discuss former president Bill Clinton’s history of sexual misconduct with women. While Elrod claims that it is not the time to talk about Bill Clinton’s sexual misconduct in light of the various other sexual misconduct scandals regarding prominent politicians and Hollywood elites, “Double Take” disagrees, saying that this is the exact time to discuss allegations against Clinton.

Another ridiculous feminist take on Twitter derives from Emily Lindin, a columnist for Teen Vogue. Lindin tweeted that she is not concerned about innocent men being accused of “false sexual assault/harrassment allegations,” but that’s an unfortunate and unethical frame of mind for a woman who is influencing many young teens who read the youth magazine.

Finally, Rep. John Conyers is accused of sexual misconduct while in office. He is the oldest serving member of the House of Representatives, and is the current top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee. Conyers paid off an accuser in a settlement worth more than $27,000, using taxpayer money to pay the expense.

What will “Double Take” tackle next? Stay tuned to find out!

Julia Nista
the authorJulia Nista
Julia Nista is an Associate Editor at the Daily Caller. She is the cohost of Double Take a bi-weekly guest on Today In Media, two shows produced by The Daily Caller and The Daily Caller News Foundation. A native Southern Californian, Julia graduated in 2017 from UCLA, previously serving as Internal Vice President for the Bruin Republicans, and moved to D.C. to focus on written and broadcast journalism. You can find her in a mom-and-pop owned coffeeshop reading biographies or writing media hits.

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