Thursday, October 27, 2016

I am Cait

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Caitlyn Jenner’s new reality series, “I Am Cait,” may be in trouble–in just its second week.

Though the series premiere garnered about 3 million viewers, only 1.3 million people watched this week’s episode.

That’s about a 53% decrease between weeks–a tremendous ratings collapse.

The documentary show depicts Jenner–who was once known, as a man, as 1976 Olympic hero Bruce Jenner–and her journey as transgendered woman. (And, as she admitted last week, a Republican woman at that.)

Jenner announced she would be transitioning into female earlier this year, in a sit-down interview with Diane Sawyer, and made her first public appearance as “Caitlyn” on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine, posing in skimpy lingerie.

The low ratings come along with tepid critical response–with the New York Post calling the show an “unwatchable mess.”

The Post went on to criticize it for falling in a gray area between a serious documentary and cheap reality television, which “leaves viewers unsure what exactly they’re watching.”

“I Am Cait” has just six episodes remaining–and it’s unclear whether or not the show will (or intends to) continue with a second season.

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In Caitlyn Jenner’s new documentary series, “I Am Cait,” she shocked her friends–by talking about mainstream conservative economic beliefs.

The Olympic great–formerly known as Bruce Jenner–was discussing the issues and challenges transgender people face, namely their high levels of homelessness and unemployment.

Jenner’s friends quickly began talking about the need for government programs to help these people.

“It’s going to take a lot more,” said one friend, referring to government programs geared specifically towards transgender people. Another friend added, “I think if I was to focus on one area, it would be entry-level jobs…”

Jenner, who announced she “loved the Constitution” a few months ago in an interview with Diane Sawyer, wasn’t having any of these failed liberal economic policies.

“Don’t a lot of times [Americans] can make more not working with social programs than they actually can with an entry-level job?” she asked. “You don’t want people to get totally dependent on [welfare]. That’s when they get in trouble. ‘Why should I work? I got a few bucks, I got my room paid for.'”

Another friend of Jenner’s, later in the episode, tells the camera: “Now I’m worried” about Jenner’s political beliefs.

While Caitlyn Jenner is undoubtedly the highest-profile transgender person in the country, it’s clear that she’s not going to fall into the liberal Left’s tidy idea of what a transgender activist “should” be.



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