This Is the Democrat’s World, and It’s Just the Beginning of Their Plans for Socialism

This Is the Democrat’s World, and It’s Just the Beginning of Their Plans for Socialism

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Democrats such as Pelosi and her little club of followers in congress want, no, they are implementing a plan to turn the country into a Socialist government. First came same-sex marriage. Democratic leaders claim to be Christians, and yet they want all abortions legal. They have already won the battle for same-sex marriages. Now they want to include transgender people. They are doing everything that God said was unnatural and murder. They must get their base riled up because they know their time in the house majority will end soon. Even Joe Biden, the devout Catholic, is pushing for the same plan.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced Thursday that Lia Thomas, a transgender swimmer who is biologically male, has been named the candidate to win NCAA Men’s Athlete of the Year in 2022 for Penn State.

The University of Pennsylvania nominated swimmer Lia Thomas for the NCAA “Woman of the Year” award.

According to an announcement from the NCAA, the University of Pennsylvania nominated the transgender athlete for the award, which recognizes female student-athletes.

“Established in 1991, the award recognizes female student-athletes who have exhausted their eligibility and distinguished themselves in their community, in athletics, and in academics throughout their college careers,” the NCAA nomination page reads. NCAA member schools “are encouraged to celebrate their top graduating female student-athletes by nominating them for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award.”

One user called the entire ceremony a disgrace: The nomination of transgender swimmer Lia Thomas to the NCAAs Woman of the Year award. Another user wrote: The nomination of transgender swimmer Lia Thomas as a woman of the year candidate in the NCAA is a slap in the face for all naturally born female athletes. Transgender swimmer Lia Thomho made news this year by winning the women’s 500-yard freestyle title at the NCAA swim championships.

In March, Thomas became the first transgender athlete to win an NCAA Division I title, finishing first in the women’s 500-yard freestyle event and posting the fastest time of the NCAA season. Thomas, who has previously competed on the men’s Penn State team, brought renewed attention to the discussion about the inclusion and balance between competitiveness for transgender women.

States around the country are passing laws intended to limit the rights of transgender people. Riley Gaines, the University of Kentucky swimmer who tied Lia Thomas for fifth at the NCAA swim championships, said that the majority of women are uncomfortable with trajectories in women’s sports. Riley Gaines was referring to the NCAAs refusal to alter rules that would have protected female athletes.

Transgender college swimmer Lia Thomas graduated this year from Penn State following a record-setting season mired in controversy, critics saying that she had an unfair advantage competing in a women’s division when born male. What made her different was that she was a straight, transgender woman who was competing at Penn in March 2019 as a male and later began medical transitioning so she could be allowed to compete as a woman, according to NCAA rules, starting with the fall of 2021.

One University of Pennsylvania swimmer told the documentary producer, Matt Walsh, speaking anonymously, that if you come out, you are kind of done, you will get pelted with internet attacks like a transphobe. Many, including 16 from Leah Thomas’s own team, wrote a unanimous letter to college officials asking them to keep the rules tighter for other future transgender athletes.      “

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