U.S Census to Begin Grilling Americans on ‘Gender Identity’

The United States Census Bureau is planning to begin grilling Americans on their gender identity and sexual orientation, according to reports.

The Associated Press is reporting that the Census will introduce questions relating to far-left ideology for the first time in its history.

The questions will be sent to 480,000 households.

They can be answered online, by mail, via phone, or during in-person interviews.

However, only half of recipients are expected to respond, the AP notes.

The bureau plans to include the new questions in its annual American Community Survey and will ask respondents about their “sex assigned at birth” and their sexual orientation.

The questions suggest that a person’s gender can somehow be changed from their “sex assigned at birth,” despite biological impossibility.

The first question set will ask respondents of any age to divulge whether they were assigned male or female at birth.

A follow-up for those who are 15 and older then asks about the individual’s “current gender identity.”

The options include male, female, transgender, nonbinary, or “This person uses a different term,” according to the AP.

The American Community Survey gathers information on “jobs and occupations, educational attainment, veterans, whether people own or rent their homes” as well as other topics, according to the bureau’s website.

In September, the bureau asked Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration if census officials could test questions on the subject after previously only asking about a person’s biological sex, according to the AP.

The second question set will focus on sexual orientation and reads:

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“Which of the following best represents how Name thinks of themselves.”

Respondents have a list of possible answers including gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, as well as “This person uses a different term.”

There is also a place for the individual to write their own made-up answer.

According to the AP, the bureau is considering using flash cards when surveying people to protect the privacy of the respondents.

The agency is also considering whether or not to use numbered response categories to prevent other members of an individual’s household from knowing their answers.

Census workers are not required to ask respondents whether or not they are U.S. citizens.

However, GOP senators introduced legislation in January mandating the citizenship question be asked.

The bill seeks to ensure that non-citizens are not being counted which affects congressional and electoral apportionments.

“Illegal immigrants and non-citizens can not vote, and they shouldn’t be used as pawns as Democrats redistrict in various states,” said Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) in a press release.

“Our Census of course has to count both Americans and non-Americans, but it should also distinguish between them.”

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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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