USA Today names Minnesota's first trans lawmaker as honorary "woman of the year" ... honestly, they're just taunting The Babylon Bee at this point
· Mar 23, 2023 ·

Remember how The Babylon Bee got banned last year from Twitter because USA Today named Rachel Levine its "Man of The Year," causing the entire government/tech censorship regime to ultimate shatter into a million pieces?

Well, USA Today is doing it again!

Minnesota state Rep. Leigh Finke, who transitioned from male to female in 2017, was feted as one of the newspaper's 2023 Women of the Year, capturing the award after less than three months in office.

"In November after her [sic] first bid for public office, Finke became the first transgender legislator appointed to the Minnesota House of Representatives after winning 81% of the vote in her [sic] district," USA Today said.

The Democratic lawmaker, selected as the newspaper's honoree from the state of Minnesota, was described in the article as someone who has been "an activist for transgender and LGBTQ+ rights, as well as Black Lives Matter, almost her whole life."

Well duh, of course.

You can't be trans and be against the other things in the Woke+ subscription package. It's either all or nothing!

Here were a few reactions from Twitter:

All it takes to be honored as a woman these days is to actually be a man.

What progress we are making!

Move over, women: Woman+ is here!

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