Watch NBC cite "very little scientific evidence" for trans students having advantages in women's athletics 🤡

Jan 11th

I feel bad for these people, I really do.

Constantly, especially when it comes to the trans issue, I cringe at the mental gymnastics members of the media have to complete in order to get these talking points out.

Here's NBC News talking trans athletes, and ACTUALLY SAYING THAT TRANS WOMEN MIGHT NOT HAVE AN ADVANTAGE OVER CIS WOMEN WHEN IT COMES TO ATHLETICS:

There are people who oppose trans women competing in women's sports because they say it's unfair to cisgender women who aren't trans, most of whom don't receive the athletic advantages of higher testosterone levels during puberty.

Though then you have folks who say there's very little scientific evidence that shows that those advantages carry over for trans women after transition.

Like, bro—it is okay if I call you bro, right?—there's obviously an advantage. Everybody knows it. It's just reality.

So what you're doing here is just trying to bend reality to fit into your version of it. You're essentially just wasting your time—and everyone's time who tuned in to watch this bogus segment.

And it's sad.

And despite the fact here that MSNBC is hiding behind "folks" who say there's not an advantage instead of saying it themselves, it's obvious from their language that they absolutely support LGBT and trans ideology without question.

We've covered this trans swimmer from Penn a few times so there are the links. Notice, Lia does not have her teammates' full support, as implied by NBC above.

Here are a few beautiful replies this clip earned on Twitter:

SO MUCH SCIENCE!!!


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