Sneak Peak: Tomi Lahren Discusses Trans Rights with Jazz Jennings

Jazz Jennings is a trans boy who believes he is a girl. There is no sugar coating it. Point blank, he is a boy.

Jennings has his own show on TLC called I am Jazz. The show is all about his life and his transition with taking female hormones and ultimately trying to become a woman.

I saw the show on once when I was flipping through the channels. I generally like TLC, so even though I was unfamiliar with the show, I clicked on it anyway. I watched enough to see that it promotes the mental illness. He went on dates with other boys and tried to convince them that their attraction to him wasn’t gay. He also got extremely upset when other boys didn’t like him because, well, he is a boy even if he may look like a girl.

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Fiery Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren had a chance to interview Jazz as part of the show’s season finale.

We don’t get too much from the sneak peak, but it’s enough to make you want to see it. It is clear that they do not particularly like Lahren as she spits legitimate truth, and Jazz’s mother is shown shaking her head several times.

Here is the sneak peak:

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