Border Agents Ordered to Stop ‘Misgendering’ Illegals: ‘Do Not Use He, Him, She, Her Pronouns’

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has issued a new order for agents to begin complying with radical gender ideology while addressing “members of the public.”

The “woke” new rules were revealed in an internal memo obtained by the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project.

According to the memo, agents are now prohibited from using “he, him, she, her” pronouns when initially interacting with people in case they “misgender” them.

“DO NOT use ‘he, him, she, her’ pronouns until you have more information about, or provided by, the individual,” reads the memo obtained by Heritage via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

In a statement Tuesday. Oversight Project Director Mike Howell said that the “members of the public” whom border patrol agents most often interact with are illegal aliens.

“Border Patrol deals with more illegal aliens than any entity in the federal government,” Howell said.

“This forced language guidance is designed to coddle illegal aliens.

“I guess it wasn’t enough for the Biden administration to betray the Border Patrol by purposefully unleashing chaos on the southern border,” Howell said.

“Now, the radical political leadership is enrolling agents in a forced-speech program to call illegal aliens by their preferred pronouns.”

The memo encourages agents to avoid misgendering illegals by using “a universal greeting, such as ‘Good Morning’ or ‘Good Evening’ in the initial greeting.”

“If an incorrect pronoun is used and corrected by the individual, acknowledge the oversight and use the correct pronoun,” the memo reads.

It also lists “key terms” with definitions next to each, including:

  • bisexual
  • gay
  • gender expression
  • gender identity
  • gender non-conforming
  • intersex
  • lesbian
  • non-binary
  • queer
  • questioning
  • sex assigned at birth
  • sexual orientation
  • transgender
  • transgender woman
  • transgender man
  • transitioning

“This job aid provides guidance to all CBP employees who interact with members of the public to help facilitate effective communication with the diverse public we serve, including individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, non-binary, and gender nonconforming (LGBTQI+),” the memo’s introduction reads.

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It continues by adding that the guidance “should be used by all CBP employees.”

It also notes that the terms and definitions “are not universal.”

Some LGBTQ illegal border crossers “may define these terms differently and the meanings of the terms may change over time,” the guide adds.

Howell said CBP “should be allowed to do their job and prevent all illegal immigration, not used as pawns in some sick social experiment.”

The memo follows an earlier report by Heritage’s Oversight Project that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) rolled out a similar gender pronoun guideline.

“All employees should be addressed [by] the names and pronouns they use to describe themselves,” the reported email to HHS employees stated.

The memo was sent to all employees as part of the agency’s push for “Gender Identity and Non-Discrimination Guidance.”

HHS says the guidance protects “employee rights and protections related to gender identity.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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