Former Rep Accused Groomer-In-Chief Of Sexual Harassment
The former U.S. Representative Tulsi Gabbard spoke exclusively with Newsmax’s Greta Van Susteren and explained how she really feels about men competing against girls in women's spots.
“In the in the women’s locker room Lia Thomas was exposing male genitalia and boasting about how [he is] still dating women and going out with women and these girls felt sexually harassed and threatened, and went and reported to their administrators and were told to be silent,” Gabbard said on the newscast.
She also criticized the poor leadership of the Biden administration, which has been a big proponent of blurring the lines between the genders and allowing men like Thomas to infiltrate women’s sports.
“You see the Biden administration really rejecting the objective reality that there are biological differences between a man and a woman of male and a female,” Gabbard said, adding that she wants to stand with female “brave athletes” and speak out against the Biden Administration and others who are “hurting girls and women.”
She shared the interview on Twitter writing, "Denying the biological differences between men and women not only threatens women's rights, it threatens our safety. Not only are we shutting women out of competitive sports, we are also shaming girls into silence in the face of abuse and harassment."
Lia Thomas insisted in an interview last week that athletes like her “are not a threat to women’s sports” — while revealing that she now has her eye on the Olympics.
“I knew there would be scrutiny against me if I competed as a woman, and I was prepared for that,” the 22-year-old Texan told “Good Morning America” in her first TV interview about the controversy sparked by her record-breaking performances in the pool.
“But I also don’t need anybody’s permission to be myself and to do the sport that I love,” she said defiantly.
Thomas was ripped after admitting that he still dates women while trotting around naked in front of actual women in the girl's locker room. He also reportedly laughed about how easy the female athletes were to beat.