MUST SEE: ‘Rick From Boston’: Tucker Carlson Mocks Transgender Admiral In Hilarious Monologue

(trendingpoliticsnews) – Tucker Carlson mocked the Biden Administration’s decision to prop up Rachel Levine, a man who identifies as a woman, by making him an admiral in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps during the most recent installment of Tucker On Twitter. Carlson referred to Levine as “a fat guy in a Halloween costume who somehow became a federal health minister,” in the brief but hilarious monologue.

Prior to being promoted to “admiral,” Levine served as secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, where he presided over the state’s stringent lockdown policies. Levine actually attended the same high school as General Mark Milley, where the two played on the same football team.

“Belmont Hill is a small private school outside of Boston. It’s not famous for its athletics; the school’s mascot isn’t even an animal it’s an eighteenth-century navigational tool… it doesn’t even make sense,” Carlson said.

Carlson then noted that the school’s athletic program does have two notable names as part of its history: Mark Milley and Richard Levine. “Milley is now the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, Levine of course is our country’s most famous admiral,” Carlson said. “Both transitioned later in life into overweight, middle-aged women. Both wound up working as high-level officials in the Joe Biden Administration. Their teammates at their all-boys school in Boston probably wouldn’t have protected any of that.”

Levine recently called for Pride Month to be extended to a whole “summer of pride” in a video statement on behalf of the federal government.

“Rick Levine is so darn proud he’d like to tell you about it all summer, and possibly into the Fall. He’s got a-lot to be proud of. What specifically you ask? Well strangely, he doesn’t say, nor does he mention his former wife or children.”

The former Fox News host went on to refer to Levine as a “fat guy in a Halloween costume who somehow became a federal health minister.”

Watch the full monologue below: