The forces of tolerance are about to descend upon ABC News. They have no idea what’s about to hit them.
A gender-flipping producer from ABC News now has a pink slip to go with her pink slip.
Dawn Ennis, an ABC producer who has identified as both a man and a woman during her long tenure at the network, was axed in May for “performance-related issues” — weeks after her latest transition from her male persona, Don Ennis.
An industry source claimed Ennis’ sacking had nothing to do with her flip-flopping sexuality — but there’s been plenty of confusion in the ABC newsroom over the firing.
The story dates back to May 2013, when Don Ennis showed up at work wearing a little black dress and a wig and told co-workers to call him Dawn.
At the time, Ennis, a father of three, said he had an “unusual hormone imbalance” and was more comfortable living as a woman.
“Please understand,” he said in a statement, “this is not a game of dress-up, or make-believe, it is my affirmation of who I now am and what I must do to be happy, in response to a soul-crushing secret that my wife and I have been dealing with for more than seven years, mostly in secret.”
Not only will ABC be mercilessly harassed by the angry left, but they should probably prep for the inevitable lawsuit.