VIDEO: Nathanael Blake on Biden Plan to House Violent Men in Women’s Prisons

January 10, 2022 | Washington Watch with Tony Perkins

On January 10, 2022, EPPC Postdoctoral Fellow Nathanael Blake appeared on Washington Watch with Tony Perkins to discuss a proposed executive order by the Biden administration that would require federal prisons to house inmates “in accordance with their gender identity”– meaning that violent men identifying as women could be housed in women’s prisons. (Click here to read Dr. Blake’s piece for the Federalist on the leaked proposal.)

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