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Indicted Traitorous Trans Army Officer Confuses MSM

'Some folks asked me if the story on the ex-Army major misgendered the defendant... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) The mainstream media does not know which woke pronouns to use to describe the Army’s first transgender traitor, who faces indictment along with his wife for giving classified medical documents to an FBI spy posing as a Russian agent.

In August, an FBI spy entrapped former Army Major Jamie Lee Henry, who called himself a transgender woman in 2015, and his wife, Anna Gabrielian, by asking for classified information about soldiers at Fort Bragg, where the elite Delta Force trains, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

CNBC has updated its articles four times to accurately cover the story’s most important angle—using the right pronouns to describe Henry, according to the Daily Caller.

In four updates of the story, CNBC reporters used the pronouns “his,” “their,” “her,” and “their” again.

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Free Beacon reporter Jordan Chamberlain screen-shotted every update.

Reuters reporter Sarah N. Lynch justified her decision to use male pronouns to describe Henry, who stopped being a woman sometime since 2015.

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CNBC’s story still uses they/them pronouns to describe Henry, who has reidentified as a man.

Gabrielian, an anesthesiologist at Johns Hopkins University, felt motivated to help Russia, according to the indictment. She did not simply fall into an FBI agent’s trap.

The Baltimore grand jury’s indictment said “she was motivated by patriotism toward Russia to provide any assistance she could to Russia, even if it meant being fired or going to jail.”

Gabrielian gave the FBI agent medical documents from someone who worked in the Office of Naval Intelligence that she thought “Russia could exploit.”

Henry, a former physician at Fort Bragg, handed over documents about five patients he saw.

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