In the most amazing sports title of the week, Leah Thomas – a transgender woman – defeated a pool of real women (no pun intended) in the 500-yard freestyle event at the NCAA Division I Championship in Atlanta, GA on Thursday, time 4 minutes, 33.24 seconds.
Thomas, who correctly verified to be a biological man that the NCAA somehow allowed women to compete in the sport, beat the next closest competitor in about two seconds and was just over nine seconds behind Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky’s world record time. .
While the NCAA and ESPN are thrilled with Thomas ‘”victory,” lots of people have condemned Thomas’ charade, and several of Thomas ‘teammates have condemned Thomas’ actions anonymously for months. They do not support what this trainee is doing and it eliminates any competition before the race starts.
“It simply came to our notice then. Typically, they can go behind the block and find out that they have trained all their competitors and they will win and give what they have, ”the source said back in December.
Related: NPR publishes propaganda in support of Leah Thomas’ ‘victory’
The victory sparked a lot of legitimate outrage on Twitter.
Get used to seeing it. Things just get more insane from here. https://t.co/NwCwPO6Vzt
– Matt Walsh (MattWalshBlog) March 18, 2022
Leah Thomas has spent 21 years of her life as a human being.
She started competing against women in swimming this year and became the national champion.
Our daughter’s sport is not a Plan B for failed male athletes.
– American Principles 🇺🇸 (প্র approx.) March 18, 2022
Congratulations to Virginia freshman Emma Wayant, the woman who would have won the NCAA title in the 500 meters tonight if women’s sports were still smart. https://t.co/KYYKbIr8nt
– Clay Travis (Cletravis) March 18, 2022
Even former tennis player Martina Navratilova, a well-known lesbian and women’s rights activist, was shocked at what was happening at the collegiate swimming scene.
“It’s not about excluding transgender women,” Fox News reported. “But it’s about not letting them win when they weren’t close to winning as men.”
The tennis star argued, “If you try to keep it as close as possible, what would it be like if you were born with a female biological body in the first place.” People don’t even want to use these words. I don’t know what else to say. Outside of that. “
When you start to lose the support of feminists for what you are doing, maybe it’s time to take stock of the situation in our hands.
We have come down to a level where those who fail to compete against other men distort themselves, claim to be women, defeat biological women at sporting events, and then admire them as worthy individuals. We have abandoned reason, abandoned truth, and embraced foolishness with open arms.
Do we live in a sick world.