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“Transgender woman” Caitlyn Jenner’s decision to run for office against California Gov. Gavin Newsom has triggered an outpouring of hate from other “transgender women.”
This in turn has drawn scrutiny from conservatives and centrists given the oft-heard contention from the “transgender’ community that anyone who criticizes a “transgender” person is a so-called “transphobic” bigot.
Here are two examples of the “transphobic” hate against Jenner:
As another transgender woman, I am so proud to say this: fuck you lol
— Cat Graffam (@catgraffam) April 23, 2021
Hi there, I see you’ve come to dunk on Caitlyn Jenner. Do enjoy that! Have fun. But while you’re here, donate to @VictoryFund, which supports progressive trans and non-binary candidates who aren’t insufferable, soulless assholes: https://t.co/V5xjCReI03
— Charlotte Clymer 🏳️🌈 (@cmclymer) April 23, 2021
FYI, Charlotte “Charles” Clymer is a former “male feminist” who transitioned into a so-called “transgender woman” after being booted out of the feminist community over his misogyny.
This “transphobic” hate caught the attention of centrist commentator Dave Rubin, who noted how the hate seems awfully hypocritical.
So tolerant, so unifying.
Twitter Tip: Anti-Trans hate is welcome here as long as it’s aimed at a conservative.
— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) April 23, 2021
His criticism in turn attracted the attention of Parker Molloy, a radical left-wing zealot and “transgender woman” who works for the far-left propaganda outfit Media Matters.
In a Twitter thread, Molloy claimed in contradiction of his community’s own standards that criticizing Jenner doesn’t count as a form of “transphobic” hate.
Saying that Caitlyn Jenner is an asshole is not “anti-trans” hate. If anything, it’s anti-Caitlyn Jenner hate. https://t.co/qqYSFEtVHr
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) April 23, 2021
“Oh, but I thought we couldn’t make fun of Caitlyn Jenner or we’d be called transphobic?!”
That’s never been the case. If you make fun of her *for being trans,* then yeah. If you make fun of her for being a dumb out of touch reality TV star who killed a person with her car, no.
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) April 23, 2021
But that’s certainly not the standard he and his peers apply to everybody else.
Left-wing author J.K. Rowling has been branded “transphobic” for simply arguing that the movement for “transgender” rights should not be allowed to stomp all over women’s rights.
Rowling is in fact one of many left-wingers who’s been branded “transphobic” for simply challenging the beliefs held by “transgender” people. It’s as if “transgender” people think their beliefs and ideas are off limits.
With this branding by the community always comes mass censorship.
“A school in West Sussex has dropped plans to name one of its houses after her as it does ‘not wish to be associated with these views.’ An adviser for the Elizabeth Warren campaign has called her ‘complete scum,'” National Review reported after Rowling penned an essay last summer to try and explain why she was worried about “transgender” rights affecting women’s rights.
“A writer for the New York Times has implied that she is responsible for increasing suicidality in gender-dysphoric people. Sanctimonious younger cast members of the Harry Potter movie series … have tweeted out woke platitudes. Almost all of her critics have ignored what she actually wrote. And next to none have engaged with her verified claims of being a domestic-abuse survivor.”
All that mattered to them was that she’d been branded “transphobic.”
According to liberal journalist Michael Tracey, members of the “transgender” community frequently use this tactic to silence their critics.
Writing for Substack in late March, he explained that they dedicate a great deal of time to trying to censor and silence people by “agitating to have books purged from Amazon” and “using the tattle-tale astroturf outfit Media Matters to pressure corporations to crack down on political speech.”
Notice how he mentioned Media Matters, the site that Molloy just happens to work for as a high-level editor-at-large. The point is he wields power and influence — power and influence that he’s repeatedly used to target anyone who dares not subscribe wholeheartedly to his own ideology.
And so because of his habit of trying to silence anyone who offends him, his attempt to explain away anti-Jenner criticism was not well met.
Look (*Language warning):
@ParkerMolloy is a hypocrite and nothing else
— Dr Tom Umbarger PhD (@dr_umbarger) April 24, 2021
You make everything. Literally everything about someone’s identity. Including your own life. Sorry if we expect you to keep your rules going for others. But you’re a hypocrite as always
— Lelia Smithenson (@LSmithenson) April 24, 2021
Oh, so you changed the rules? Then saying your’re a feckless cunt is not “anti-woman” hate; it’s anti-Parker Molloy hate? Right?
Is that how this works? https://t.co/MpJzIbEbAf
— DCNative (@RealDCNative) April 25, 2021
At least now we see the shifting standards, toots. If YOU don’t like the person then it is acceptable, and therefore NOT trans-intolerance.
— Brad Slager- AKA ‘Brad Eagle’, formerly ‘The Crow’ (@MartiniShark) April 25, 2021
This, of course, is how members of the far-left always operate. It’s why, when Republicans criticize Democrat women, they’re sexists, but when Democrats call Republican women “feckless c–ts,” they’re just being funny.
Except there’s nothing funny about hypocrisy and double standards …
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