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Friday, July 19, 2024

Champion Swimmer Riley Gaines Roasts Biden’s ‘Trans’ Sports Rule

'The Biden Administration is actively and aggressively working to pass laws that erase decent and fair treatment for women in sports...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) President Joe Biden’s Department of Education this month proposed a rule that would override state laws protecting females in sports and force them to compete against men who pretend to be members of the opposite sex.

The DOE aims to change Title IX to bar schools from adopting or enforcing policies that categorically bar transgender students from participating on teams consistent with their made-up “gender identity,reported the Gateway Pundit.

Currently, 19 states have laws that ban males from competing in female sports, but this new rule would stop states from exercising their rights and force them to allow people transgender swimmer William “Lia” Thomas to compete against females. As such, legal analysts contend this would violate the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution, which protects states’ rights.

Thomas praised the rule that would allow transgenders to continue infringing on competitions and snatching wins that belong to actual women, boasting in a video that the swimmer uploaded on social media to gloat over the DOE’s unconstitutional proposal.

Former NCAA champion female swimmer Riley Gaines immediately spoke out against Thomas and Biden’s actions.

“Under the guise of competitive fairness? Are you really trying to say you would have won a national title against the men? Does it not break your heart to see women lose out on these opportunities?” she wrote. “The Biden administration’s proposed bill denies science, truth and common sense.”

She then again directly criticized the Biden regime in another tweet, promising to post guidance for ways for people to respond to the injustice.

“This take is selfish and shows an utter disregard for women. The Biden Administration is actively and aggressively working to pass laws that erase decent and fair treatment for women in sports,” she wrote. “I’ll post a link for the comments + guidance on how to respond soon.”

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