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SUMMER OLYMPICS: Female ‘Non-Binary’ Qualifies for Women’s Track – Why Not Try For Men’s Team?

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You excited?

You ready for the Summer Paris Olympics?

It’s July 26-August 11.

It’s sure to be a colorful event.

And who’s the latest to qualify to represent the US in women’s track event?

Nikki Hiltz, a member of the LGBTQ crew.

She’s female. Born female.

But…she thinks she is NOT female.

But…she thinks she is also NOT male. I guess she’s half-right, then?

Confused yet?

She’s sadly a victim of non-binary brain disease, apparently.

So she has the title of being ‘transgender’.

Another tale of a mentally ill person being praised and promoted.

Do you feel represented by her at the Olympics?

Riley points out a great point.

How many women do you see, pretending to be men, trying to compete against men?

I’ve seen zero, so far.

Fox News reports:

Nikki Hiltz, a biological female who identifies as transgender non-binary, qualified for the U.S. Olympic team on Sunday after winning the women’s 1,500-meter race at the trials over the weekend.

Hiltz set the meet record with their run. Hiltz clocked in at 3 minutes and 55.53 seconds, breaking the mark set by Elle St. Pierre in 2021. Hiltz also won the 1,500-meter race at the 2023 U.S. Championships.

Looks like we have a whole bunch of LGBTQ cult members ‘representing the USA’ in the Paris Summer Olympics, according to Out reporting. At least 40 for all countries combined.

The question is, how does a group of 7% of the population keep getting chosen by Olympic committees?

(Used to be 1-2% but they’ve been recruiting aggressively this last decade).

Do they have a DEI checklist too?

Let’s be honest. It doesn’t feel like they’ll be representing their country, especially if they put a rainbow flag on their outfit.

It seems they’re representing their Rainbow Cult.

So when you watch the Summer Olympics, be sure to get a big rainbow flag, because that seems to be the focal point this year.

Here’s the USA players that I’m sure the media will focus on and praise because they’re all LGBTQ:

Sha’Carri Richardson – Running

Nico Young – Running

Raven Saunders – Shot Put

Lauren Doyle – Rugby

Hannah Roberts – BMX Freestyle

Haleigh Washington – Volleyball

Lauren Scruggs – Fencing

Kayla Miracle – Wrestling

Needless to say, I won’t be watching it.


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