Twitter User Fed Up After Jill Biden Awards Man With 'Woman of the Year' -AGAIN!
It's downright sickening that the Biden-Blinken duo thinks it's okay to reward a biological male on International Women's Day. What is wrong with these people? They don't seem to realize the struggles women face, nor do they have the decency to recognize the importance of a day dedicated to women.
On Wednesday, the International Women of Courage Awards ceremony at the White House honored eleven women, including Alba Rueda, a trans person from Argentina. Rueda had previously worked to change the name of the National Women’s Conference to the 'Plurinational Conference of Women and Lesbian, Cross-Dresser, Transgender, Bisexual, Intersex and Non-Binary Persons' to include diverse, dissident, and racialized identities.
What the hell is that even supposed to mean? This has nothing to do with women's courage and should not be celebrated on International Women's Day. This is just another example of the Democrats' sick, woke agenda and it's infuriating.
The internet immediately slammed the Biden-Blinken duo for rewarding a biological male on International Women's Day, with comments ranging from "It's International Women's Day – a good time to remember that Democrats can’t even tell you what a woman is," to "Nothing screams 'International Women of Courage Award' like a dude."
Conservative Twitter personality Andrea Katherine put it best when she said, "International Women's Day: Not just for women anymore."
RedState author and author Buzz Patterson also noted that "we are not a serious country" if Biden and Blinken can't tell the difference between a biological female and a trans person.
— Jordan Chamberlain (@jordylancaster) March 9, 2023
It's time for the Democratic party to get its act together and stop pushing their sick, woke agenda.
Women should be respected and celebrated, not just on International Women's Day, but all year round. It's time for Biden and Blinken to start recognizing the struggles of biological women and not reward a man on International Women's Day.
Enough is enough.