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(LifeSiteNews) — Fox News host Tucker Carlson has joined The Babylon Bee and Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk in refusing to delete tweets that allude to a gender-confused Biden official as a man.

Carlson’s tweet pointed out that tweets asserting that Assistant Secretary of Health for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Rachel Levine, whose birth name is Richard, is a man are true.

“Tucker is not planning to delete anything,” a Fox News spokesperson told The Washington Times on March 24.

The Fox News host’ s account shared a “hateful conduct” notice from Twitter to The Babylon Bee after the Christian satire account called Levine its “Man of the Year.” Carlson also posted the notice sent to Turning Point USA CEO Charlie Kirk who provided a summary of Levine’s life.

“Richard Levine spent 54 years of his life as a man. He had a wife and family,” Kirk wrote. “He ‘transitioned’ to being a woman in 2011, Joe Biden appointed Levine to be a 4-star Admiral and now USA Today has named ‘Rachel’ Levine as a ‘Woman of the Year’ Where are the feminists??” Kirk asked.

“But wait. Both these tweets are true,” Carlson wrote on March 22.

“We dared to highlight two accounts that Twitter has banned, from Charlie Kirk and the Babylon Bee. There’s nothing hateful about either one,” Carlson said on his March 23 show.

“The point of the trans movement isn’t to convince anyone … biology isn’t real. They’re not even trying. That’s an impossible case to make,” Carlson said. “The point of this exercise is very different. The point is to make the rest of us repeat a lie … to say something we know perfectly well is not true.” 

Babylon Bee’s CEO Seth Dillon said he won’t delete the site’s tweet.

“We’re not deleting anything,” Dillon stated. “Truth is not hate speech. If the cost of telling the truth is the loss of our Twitter account, then so be it.”

Kirk has made the same decision.

This is at least the fourth account locked by the Big Tech company in the past week for calling Richard Levine a man or discussing the Twitter censorship controversy. Babylon Bee editor-in-chief Kyle Mann had his account locked for alluding to the presence of Chinese Communist Party propaganda accounts still remaining on Twitter’s platform while conservatives are blocked.

“Maybe they’ll let us back into our @TheBabylonBee account if we throw a few thousand Uighurs in a concentration camp,” Mann tweeted on March 21.

“Mann’s tweet was likely in reference to the large number of Chinese propagandists officially associated with the Chinese Communist Party, who are able to openly deny the established genocide in China of the country’s Muslim minority, and do so on Twitter,” the Post Millennial reported.