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Updated: Aug 14, 2021

I used to love the Olympics, but this time around I have watched less than five minutes of two Judo matches combined. The reason is simple. The Olympics, like so many other sports have been commandeered and transformed into platforms of political correctness.

This became apparent through the reporting of Olympic weightlifter, Laurel Hubbard. You won’t hear the name associated with his competitive success, but only with his categorical cross-over. Hubbard, as you may know by now, is a biological man who with his unchangeable XY chromosomal composition in tow, competed in women’s weightlifting. In other words, a biological male who identified as a woman, submitted himself to hormonal therapy, suppressed his body’s natural production of testosterone, and then somehow convinced the Olympic committee to let him compete as a woman in the famed games.

As such Hubbard was praised as a pioneer by all the networks who complimented his groundbreaking transition to womanhood and women’s sports by references to his imagined and preferred rather than his actual personal pronoun, “she.”

She became the first openly transgender athlete,” said BBC, “to compete at a Games in a different gender category to the one in which they were born.”

“It was her first and only event at the Tokyo Games,” noted NBC, and not to be outdone, ABC reported that “Even without completing a lift, she was a pioneer for transgender athletes.”

I searched a bit more with hopes of finding some report of the facts as they were - a report in accordance with, you know, both reality and the science behind the chromosomal XX and XY gender determinates. That’s when I ran across FOX News.


When I first saw it, I knew I had found the proverbial “needle” in the secular news “haystack.” I had struck gold - so I thought.

I followed the link – and - there – it – was!


Even the once conservative, fact snorting, truth reporting FOX News referred to Hubbard as “she.”

Everywhere I read, “She, she, she,” as one network after another surrendered reality to the sinister God rejecting, fact denying, truth extinguishing agenda of the LGBTQ+ community.

And why not? Reality is overrated anyway - Right?

I mean, “the state of things as they are, rather than as they are imagined to be,” per the Cambridge Dictionary, isn’t that important after all - right?

Yea, that’s it. Reality is overrated!

As such, referring to Hubbard as a “she” is of no more logical consequence than believing you can cross the road at the same time and the same place as a speeding bus or imagining that you can jump from the ledge of the Empire State Building without falling.

“The state of things as they are” really is overrated, and anybody who gives it higher priority than they should will suffer the consequences for doing so.


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