Jenner Ruins a Road Trip on 'I Am Cait' by Suggesting Unemployed Trans Kids Get Jobs

Just like the Christian groups that liberals so revile, the ones that provide therapy for young people to change them from gay to straight, the reality show “I Am Cait” provides conversion therapy designed to turn Bruce Jenner into a Liberal, instead of just accepting him for who he really is. Such was obvious on Sunday night’s episode of Jenner’s new reality series, an episode titled, “The Road Trip: Part 1.”

About halfway through the episode, Jenner proceeded to commit the Cardinal Sin of liberalism by suggesting that homeless and unemployed kids should get a job:


>> Caitlyn: I'm sure you've heard a lot of stories.

>> Chandi: I've heard plenty of stories.

>> Caitlyn: Yeah.

>> Chandi: Plenty of stories. Working with young people has really given me a lot of drive, because their lives are just...

>> Caitlyn: Now, is this just trans youth or gay...

>> Chandi: This is trans and gender nonconforming youth.

>> Caitlyn: Gotcha. What's the big issue?

>> Chandi: They're homeless and they're unemployed, so it's just gonna take a lot more.

>> Caitlyn: Yeah.

>> Jen: I think if I was to focus on one area, it would be, like, entry-level jobs.

>> Caitlyn: Yeah.

>> Jen: Just have... So that these girls have some alternative if they want it.

>> Chandi: Right.

>> Caitlyn: Don't... A lot of times, they can make more not working... With social programs than they actually can with an entry-level job.

>> Jenny: I'd say the great majority of people who are getting help are getting help 'cause they need help.

>> Caitlyn: But you don't want people to get totally dependent on it. That's when they get in trouble. "Why should I work? You know, I got a few bucks. I got my... My room paid for."

>> Jenny: Now I'm worried. Caitlyn has every right to be just as conservative as she chooses. But many transgender men and women need social programs to survive, and that's nothing to be ashamed of. Living in the bubble is an impediment to understanding other people. If Cait's gonna be a spokesperson for our community, this is something she's gonna have to understand.

Yowzers! 99.999 percent of people in America fully understand and recognize that the LGBT movement is nothing more than a front of the American left. Bruce Jenner apparently constitutes the .00001 percent who did not get the memo. Yet, the story here is not what Jenner said. The idea that government handouts destroy the desire to work is nothing new; the story is the reaction of the other “women?” on the bus.

Specifically, the woman who says, “Caitlyn has every right to be just as conservative as she chooses. But many transgender men and women need social programs to survive, and that’s nothing to be ashamed of. If Cait’s going to be the spokesperson for the community, this is something she’s going to have to understand.”

Seriously? What does getting a job have to do with being trans? Why can’t someone be a spokesperson for the trans community, and also believe that you should work and not be dependent on others?

Could it be that in actuality this person is saying no conservative could ever truly speak for trans people, because in their eyes it’s impossible to be a conservative and be trans? Because this is a political movement based on rigid conformity to leftist ideology, and absolutely not based on love and acceptance?

Yeah, I think we might be on to something with that. However, Jenner’s new friends weren’t done voicing concerns about the conservative in their midst:


>> (Golf ball pings) Wow. It's just absolutely gorgeous. I love a great view. To me, a view is like freedom. So, uh, Caitlyn being out for the first time is wonderful. Well, the big question now is: Does it make a difference... Swinging a golf club... With boobs or not? Will I still be free enough to be able to swing the golf club? But I think in the putting department, I think it's gonna be very good, 'cause you can just kind of latch onto those little babies under your arm, right here, and get a nice putting stroke going. So I'm optimistic about the future, 'cause I needed help on my putting. (Caitlyn whoops)

>> Jenny: So are you enjoying the ride?

>> Jen: Yeah, of course, of course, it's... I don't know, I kind of almost take it for granted. I spend so much time with trans women already, but Caitlyn's joy is kind of contagious. Like that feeling when you're first out and everything is new.

>> Jenny: Yeah, yeah. Yeah, no.

>> Caitlyn: Oh, that was great, actually.

>> Jenny: So we're going to HRC today.

>> Jen: Mm-hmm.

>> Jenny: Right? To see these trans women, many of whom have done sex work and who are gonna talk in a very vulnerable and personal way about that, and Cait needs to learn what the risks are to the community.

>> Jen: Yeah.

>> Jenny: You know, if Cait emerges from this whole thing thinking that, you know, that it's... That womanhood is a party, or that being... That being trans... I mean, and we, you know, she's so happy, and it's so... It's so moving to see her so elated, you know? Um, but it's also, I'm afraid people will think that, you know, it's-it's just, you know, that... It's all about makeup and hair. And yet there are all these trans women out there who are in real danger. Transgender people often go through a kind of second adolescence. And when you first come out, you can really find yourself acting, you know, like a giddy teenager. The sad fact is that our community is in trouble. Caitlyn, she wants to be our savior, but most people don't have what she has, and she may be oblivious.

>> Jen: I mean, that's why we're here.

>> Jenny: She's-she's eager to learn, but, you know what, there are sometimes I'm not sure what... What gets through to her.

>> Jen: Yeah.

>> Caitlyn: Beautiful! Caitlyn is out.

Now, be patient with me as I ignore Jenner’s ultra-creepy third person references as he liberally pollutes the woods with Titleists, and further ignore the fact that prostitution and sex work is not at all strictly an LGBT problem. After all, it’s not called the world’s oldest profession because only LGBT do it. Plenty of hetero women and men also make terrible choices in life and end up on the stripper pole as well. Or, leaning up against a lamp post at the end of a dark street.

However, as if we needed any more evidence of how LGBT has been completely taken over by leftist activists, listen to the dialogue between the two “women?” in this scene: “She wants to be our savior. But most people don’t have what she has. She may be oblivious. She’s eager…but sometimes I’m not sure what gets through.”

They’re concerned about Jenner because he’s too rich. First, it was that awful Reagan-esque comment about unemployed people needing to get jobs that set them off. Now, all of a sudden he’s too privileged? So, a trans person, by definition, must always be broke and on public assistance?

Again, nothing will ever serve as better proof of the hypocrisy and corruption that is the LGBT movement as this example of how they’re not in the least bit interested in accepting Jenner for who he is and what he believes. They need a leader who personifies the collectivist ideals of the political movement that has totally coopted them. Which is what the goal of “I am Cait” is - conversion therapy of the mind.

The “transition” from male to female has already happened in Jenner’s wardrobe. Now the activists have to ensure it happens in Jenner’s mind…to ensure that their leader isn’t merely self-identifying as a woman, but as a leftist.