Sarah Palin Breaks Silence on Transgender Swimmer: ‘Normal People Don’t Support This’

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) has broken her silence on “record-breaking” biological male transgender swimmer Lia Thomas.

The University of Pennsylvania swimming “champion” has been able to dominate the competition, even gloating to female teammates about how easy it is to win in women’s events.

Palin blasted Thomas as “a dude” and says normal people don’t support this stuff.

“How many people do you think actually support that?” Palin asked.

“The issue with the swimmer, that dude who’s swimming, and he is a dude, he’s beating women by 40, 50 seconds.

“And you don’t see that in swimming.

“It’s so obvious.

“Doesn’t it make you wonder who okays this kind of stuff?

“Because normal people don’t, they don’t support this.

“I think more and more people are saying this is ridiculous, this is a joke.

“And no, we’re not going to just sit back and shut up and let it happen.

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“There are more of us than there are of them,” Palin said as she declared that conservatives need to stand up and take back power.

“Common sense, constitutional conservatives, we’re busy raising kids, raising families, running businesses, so not super engaged in that arena.

“So, as more and more Americans, average Joe Americans, get fed-up with what’s going on, and we’re seeing how rapidly things are eroding when it comes to the foundation of what it means to be an American, more and more people are getting engaged, and that’s a really, really good sign.

“Yeah, I know, you guys are busy, kids, businesses, and everything else.

“But you know what, you better prioritize to give yourself some time to get engaged in culture, in politics, to effect change.”

From Fox News:

A USA Swimming official who resigned in protest of transgender swimmer Lia Thomas told Fox News on Monday that she can’t stand by and watch as girls are “thrown under the bus” by “biological” male competitors.

Cynthia Millen stepped down last week after officiating USA Swimming meets for over three decades. Her decision came days before the U.S. Paralympics Swimming National Championships in Greensboro, N.C.

“The fact is that swimming is a sport in which bodies compete against bodies. Identities do not compete against identities,” Millen said in an appearance on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“Men are different from women, men swimmers are different from women, and they will always be faster than women.”

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