‘This is not about actual achievement’: Trans lawmaker among USA Today’s ‘Women of the Year’

Biological females continue to be devalued in today’s progressive society that refuses to define what a woman is, kicking open the door for a growing phenomenon — odd as it may be — of biological males being recognized as women.

Buoyed by drugs and cosmetic surgery from the field of medicine, which casts science aside to claim that gender is fluid and your assigned sex is a social construct, and a rabid media running protection for transgenders, not to mention Big Tech, people are not only urged to embrace their “authentic” selves but rewarded for doing so — this likely explaining the transgender explosion among today’s youth.

Female athletes have been dealing with the fallout here more than most groups, but biological women are no longer exclusive in any category, even when it comes to “women of the year” awards as seen this week when USA Today honored a transgender legislator — this being the same newspaper that honored transgender assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine last year.

Leigh Finke, who was born a male and now identifies as a woman, was elected to the state legislature in November as a member of the left-wing Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party in Minnesota.

Finke was honored alongside former first lady Michelle Obama and the United States women’s soccer team, among others — which pretty much removes any doubt about the political affiliation of the newspaper’s management.

Fox News commentator Guy Benson, who is openly gay, said Finke’s inclusion is a political statement.

“President Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize for doing nothing, and it’s because people wanted to make a political statement. That’s what this is,” he said during an appearance on “Outnumbered.”

“This is not about actual achievement or accomplishment, it seems, as this individual seems to admit. This is about, ‘there’s a culture war, there’s a big controversy around trans issues, so let’s find some and put them on these lists to make a statement,” he added.

As Benson noted, Finke has been in office for less than three months.

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, now a Fox News host, asked, “What will ever be left for biological females? … Michelle Obama is also on the list. What does it take for a conservative woman to get on a list like this?”


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