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Gov. Hobbs Lauds Brittney Griner, Who Said It’s a ‘Crime’ to Ban TransMen from Women’s Sports

'You know, everyone has, everyone deserves the right to play... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Home safe from a Biden-approved prisoner exchange for a notorious Russian arms dealer, WNBA baller and LGBT activist Brittney Griner used her first public press conference in five months to declare that it’s a “crime” to protect women from competing against biological males who think they’re women.

After being asked by an ESPN reporter to comment on some states banning transgender athletes from competing against biological women, Griner wasted no time turning political, pushing the aggressive pro-trans agenda favored by the Biden regime that brought her home from a Russian prison, after she was caught with illegal drugs, while other Americans rotted in cells.

“I mean, that ranks high on the list of things that I’ll be fighting for and speaking up against,” Griner said of defending trans athletes. “You know, everyone has, everyone deserves the right to play, everyone deserves the right to come here, sit in these seats and feel safe and not feel like there’s a threat or they can’t be who they are or like it’s just all eyes on them.”

Griner, who also said she wouldn’t be playing ball overseas again unless it was for the U.S. Olympic team, declared it a “crime” to not let trans athletes compete on what a growing body of science shows is an uneven playing field against biological women.

Griner conveniently skipped any mention of biological females who have been seriously injured playing against trans athletes, or those who have lost competitions to the same.

“Allowing biological males to compete against biological females is dangerous,” said Payton McNabb, a female high school volleyball player who suffered a concussion and life-altering neck trauma after being ball-spiked in the face “by a transgender athlete on the opposing team.”

McNabb spoke earlier this month to North Carolina lawmakers who are trying to pass the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act.

“I may be the first to come before you with an injury, but if this doesn’t pass, I won’t be the last,” she warned lawmakers.

Griner said it would be criminal to protect female athletes from biological men.

“So, I think it’s a crime, honestly, to separate someone for any reason,” Griner claimed. “So, I definitely will be speaking up against those, that legislation, and those laws that are trying to be passed for sure.”

Arizona’s installed Democrat governor, Katie Hobbs, offered high praise for Griner, who plays for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury.

North Carolina state Sen. Joyce Krawiec, a Republican who cosponsored the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act, disagreed with Griner’s reasoning.

“We want to protect women’s sports,” Krawiec said. “We want our women and our girls to be able to compete against each other, and may the best girl or woman win.”

The state’s Senate on Thursday approved the bill, which has already passed the House with minor differences and is expected to be successfully reconciled. The GOP-controlled legislature with a veto-proof majority would forward the bill to Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper, a radical LGBT leftist.

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