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Wash. Democrat Doesn’t Give Definitive Answer On ‘Trans’ Issue

‘I don’t think you’re understanding the nuance of these issues...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, a Democratic candidate running to represent Washington state’s third congressional district, was asked this week whether she thinks males should compete with females in sports, according to the Daily Wire.

Joe Kent, her Republican opponent, tweeted a video of her answering a question during a debate with him. A woman in the audience asked her if she thinks that it’s OK for a boy to play on a girls sports team and continued to press for a definitive answer.

“Do you support biological males competing in biological female sports?” she asked.

Audience members began to react, even before Perez started answering the question.

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“Um, I think, that is — the — it’s complicated, it depends, when did they transition? What are their hormone levels?” she said.

“I mean, when you really look at — athletes have all different natural hormone levels so it is a nuanced question.”

The woman pressed her again.

“So yes, you do support that?”

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“It depends on the scenario,” Perez answered as people in the crowd shouted so that she would give a straight answer.

“We’re faced with situations where it’s either a yes or no,” the woman who asked the question said. “Either the biological male competes or the biological male does not compete with women and so we have to make that decision.”

When she realized that she cannot provide a logical response, Perez attacked the woman.

“Yeah, I don’t think you’re understanding the nuance of these issues.”

Several states decided to pass laws that would protect girls’ sports at the high school and college levels from the “transgender” movement that constantly pushes to allow males to play against females, despite their biological advantage, just because they identify as the opposite sex.

“There have been bills in almost every state to safeguard female athletes, and eighteen of them have turned into laws,” Save Women’s Sports said.

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