Navy SEAL said he was used as propaganda tool to push transgender agenda

by WorldTribune Staff, December 7, 2022

A former Navy SEAL who came out as transgender in 2013, but has since de-transitioned, said he was propagandized in order to popularize the Left’s transgender agenda.

Navy SEAL Chris Beck said he began identifying as Kristin Beck in 2013.

Chris Beck, who served as part of SEAL Team Six, says CNN used him to promote transgenderism during a 2013 interview with host Anderson Cooper when he said he identified as a woman named Kristin Beck.

“Everything you see on CNN with my face, do not even believe a word of it,” Beck told journalist Robby Starbuck.

Beck, 56, said that his own personal struggles were being used to help further the gender identity narrative.

“I think that, yeah, I was used … I was very naive, I was in a really bad way, and I got taken advantage of. I got propagandized. I got used badly by a lot of people who had knowledge way beyond me. They knew what they were doing. I didn’t,” Beck said.

“But I take responsibility for that and that’s why I’m here now,” Beck added, explaining that he was speaking out in the hopes of preventing others from being used in the same way — and preventing the prevailing narrative from influencing more impressionable kids into irreversible actions. “I don’t want this to continue, and I don’t want these kids to get hurt.”

After just one meeting at Veterans Affairs (VA) that lasted no longer than an hour, Beck said he was told he was transgender and offered hormones.

“I had so much going wrong in my system when I started taking those,” Beck said. “Some of that was paid for by the VA, and I’m sorry to the American people that I did that.”

Beck said he has been off the hormones for seven years.

“I know God will forgive me,” Beck told Starbuck. “You don’t understand how bad this is. It’s the destruction of family, it’s killing these kids … I’m gonna live with this my whole life. I destroyed my life ten years ago.”

Beck said he believes transgenderism is currently “feelings-based” and more about sexuality than gender. “Don’t tell me this is not about sex,” he said.

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