Former Olympic Weightlifter Says Female Athletes Told to 'Be Quiet' About Trans Athlete Possibly Taking Women's Olympic Spots

Nick Kangadis | May 10, 2021
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In today's "polite society," which isn't very polite at all to people who don't fall in line with the prevailing narratives, you are NOT allowed to talk about certain things. You can't talk about there being even a single example of fraud in elections. You can't talk about attacks on people of any kind unless it was done by a white person. And you can't talk about a dude failing in men's sports only to pretend to be a woman so they can win a top-three trophy or medal that's eluded them their entire lives.

According to former Olympic weightlifter Tracey Lambrechs of New Zealand, female athletes upset about "trans women" taking their place in women's sports are told to "be quiet" about said displeasure.

"I’ve had female weightlifters come up to me and say, ‘what do we do? This isn’t fair, what do we do?’" Lambrechs told TVNZ. "Unfortunately, there’s nothing we can do because every time we voice it we get told to be quiet."

The left is ruining the planet, the same planet that they're constantly trying to convince everyone that they're attempting to save. Whoever is telling these female athletes to "be quiet" are merely trying to squelch any dissent that could possibly deviate some pre-approved agenda.

Lambrechs brought up a good point when she said that another disadvantage placed on biological women by the trans community is that women that have been training to participate in women's sports all their lives, possibly in the Olympics, will have their spots taken by men who claim they're women.

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Lambrechs comments come just after news that trans athlete Laurel Hubbard will be allowed to qualify for the women's events at the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics. While outlets are reporting that Lambrechs comments are referring to Hubbard, Lambrechs never mentions Hubbard's name, instead seeming to refer to trans women competing in women's sports as a whole.

"I’m quite disappointed, quite disappointed for the female athlete who will lose out on that spot,” Lambrechs said. “We’re all about equality for women in sport but right now, that equality is being taken away from us."

It's funny. The same people who tell anyone that will listen about how women are persecuted and that men are toxic, seem to exceptions for men who want to participate - unfairly - in women's sports.

H/T: Breitbart