House Dems Declare Trans Rights More Important: Issues 'Doesn't Really Exist'
House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) recently claimed that the issue of men in women's sports "doesn't really exist" and that "kind-hearted Americans" stood with him in supporting trans-identifying children. He automatically slammed the concerns and fears of the parents of young girls in sports.
Well, the issue of men in women's sports certainly exists and there is plenty of evidence to prove it. Just recently, trans-identifying athlete Chloe Barnes helped Brookline High School to win the Massachusetts State Interscholastic Athletics Association Division 1 Indoor Track and Field Championships. Last year, trans-identifying University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas — who is still biologically fully male — won an NCAA women’s championship title.
And these issues didn't just suddenly arise in the last year. Back in 2018, the Connecticut State high school women’s track & field championships were dominated by two biologically male trans-identifying students.
Hulu has even released a documentary, aptly titled “Changing the Game,” that follows the paths of three trans-identifying athletes involved in their high school sports teams.
The left seems to have a hard time defining genders and have been too afraid to state biological facts. This issue of men in women's sports is real and it's serious.
By allowing men to compete in women's sports, it not only gives them an unfair advantage, but it also undermines the accomplishments of countless female athletes.
It's time for the left to wake up and recognize the dangerous consequences of their actions and stop pushing these confused children to change genders.
House Minority Leader Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) condemned a GOP-led bill in the House Thursday that would ban trans women and girls from participating in women's sports. The bill is not expected to pass the Senate. https://t.co/TZCoGtmvLk pic.twitter.com/pzm2mc2WSH
— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 20, 2023
At the end of the day, this issue is about protecting women's sports and the achievements of female athletes. We need to stand up for what's right and ensure that men stay out of women's sports.
It's an issue that we can't ignore, as it has a real and tangible impact on the future of women's sports. We need lawmakers to continue to push for commonsense laws.