There have been few times when the courage of certain people have been questioned. But this got brought up in a huge way when Franklin Graham questioned exactly that about Caitlyn Jenner. Now that is not to say that she has not had to deal with a lot. Every single one of our brothers and sisters deserves to be treated with respect no matter if we agree of disagree.
But courage is a whole different subject. Caitlyn Jenner won the award for courage and Graham was one of the people to question this. Out of all of the courageous people in USA, it is hard to beileve that this person did not come with a bit of a bias. It was an ESPY award, so there is little doubt in people’s mind that ESPN’s liberal bias did not play in.
“Caitlyn Jenner is being honored with the ESPN ESPY Award for courage? I find this hard to swallow after spending time with wounded military veterans and their spouses with Operation Heal Our Patriots—they are true heroes and their lives define courage,” Graham explains.
That is what we are talking about here. We are not necessarily saying that Jenner does not have courage for what she did. But it takes balls to be a soldier and very rarely are they recognized for it. What Jenner did was brought upon her own feelings. Nobody forced her to make those decisions.
“Some have had 30 or 40 surgeries, not to change their gender, but to try to put their bodies back together after defending our country. And to recognize the very confused Caitlyn Jenner as a hero before the entire world? Give me a break,” he goes on.
Caitlyn Jenner is in no way a hero to this world. This is not a person who should be winning this award. Not in anyway.
What do you think of Franklin Graham’s words?
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