ESPN Promotes Crossdresser Lia Thomas




ESPN, you know that almost extinct cable station who awarded Bruce Jenner the same honor back in 2018, celebrated "Women’s History Month" by honoring transgender cross dressing swimmer Lia Thomas.  For those who don't know,  William “Lia” Thomas was a mediocre swimmer who couldn’t win medals competing as a man, so he decided he was transgender and suddenly, he’s a champion! Thomas competed for two full seasons as a man before ‘transitioning’ into a female, shattering women’s swim records and becoming a champion in the women’s 500 freestyle at the NCAA swimming championships last year.


Former collegiate swimmer Riley Gaines has been a brave voice in trying to stop men from erasing women in athletics. “Lia Thomas is not a brave, courageous woman who earned a national title,” Gaines, an outspoken advocate for keeping biological men out of women’s sports. He is an arrogant cheat who stole a national title from a hardworking, deserving real women.


Last month Gaines, a spokeswoman for the Independent Women’s Forum, told The Washington Examiner, “I thought surely there would be someone, whether that be a coach, or another swimmer, or someone within the NCAA, I thought surely someone would stick up for us. That’s when I realized it’s my duty as a female athlete who experienced this injustice to really use my voice and my platform to advocate for those female athletes who are emotionally blackmailed and gaslit into silence.”


Gaines joined Varney & Co. to discuss ESPN’s insulting PR stunt. Varney asked if Gaines has experienced backlash for her tweet and she shared, ” No, I have not. Which I think shows how people are becoming more bold. People are starting to open their eyes to what this gender ideology propaganda being pushed by the left, being pushed by the media, being pushed within education systems…they’re opening their eyes to how harmful this is. Specifically, or course, to women and to children.”