Former transgender Navy SEAL announces de-transition, says he was 'propagandized' and pulled into a 'cult': 'Everyone is converting all these kids into transgender'

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Former Navy SEAL Chris Beck, who gained national attention for coming out as Kristin Beck in a 2013 interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, announced Thursday that he is de-transitioning back to being a man after realizing that he was "propagandized" and "used badly by a lot of people," the Daily Caller News Foundation reported.

Beck announced his plan to de-transition during an interview with political commentator Robby Starbuck. During the two-hour conversation, Beck addressed how the media used him to promote transgender ideology and warned about the dangers of children transitioning.

"What I see as conversion right now is the fact that you had a psychologist, you had CNN, you had everybody else," Beck explained. "You have the entire media. Everyone is converting all these kids into transgender."

According to the former Navy SEAL, who served 20 years on special operations teams, he was told by a psychologist that he was transgender after a single one-hour session. That same psychologist, Anne Speckhard, then manipulated Beck into co-authoring a book.

"I got taken advantage of," Beck stated. "I got propagandized. I got used badly by a lot of people who had knowledge way beyond me that they knew what they were doing."

Beck stated that halfway through writing "Warrior Princess" with Speckhard, he had doubts and requested that it not be published. However, according to Beck, the co-authored book was released without his permission.

Beck told Starbuck that when he first met the psychologist, she "love-bombed" him and convinced him to write the book that turned her into a millionaire. Following the release of the book, Beck says he was overwhelmed with media attention.... (Read more)