Delaware Elects First “Transgender” State Senator In U.S. History

"As McBride recounts in this stirring memoir, she identified as female from the start, but came out as a transgender woman only at the end of her term as American University’s student body president in 2011. When the news went viral and she was featured on NPR and other media outlets, McBride decided to focus her political activism on LGBTQ rights. Her resumé alone is inspiring: an internship at the White House in 2012 made her the first openly transgender woman to work there, and her appearance at the 2016 Democratic convention made her the first openly transgender speaker at a major political convention. She is now National Press Secretary at the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBTQ civil rights organization."
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The home state of Democratic presidential candidate (as of this writing), Joe Biden, elected the first self-described “transgender” state senator in history on Tuesday night, an election victory lauded by the LGBT progressive left.

Sarah McBride, a native of Wilmington, Delaware is a biological male who identifies as female.

McBride, currently the national press secretary for the LGBT activist group Human Rights Campaign, beat out Republican candidate Steve Washington to replace the outgoing state Sen. Harris McDowell (D).

Politico reported:

McBride’s win, which was reported by The New York Times, means she will be the highest-ranking openly transgender official in the country. She is part of a surge of transgender candidates running for office this election cycle.

McBride, who made history at the Democratic National Convention in 2016 when she became the first openly transgender person to speak at any major-party convention in the U.S., was expected to win the heavily Democratic 1st state Senate District, which includes parts of Wilmington.

There are currently four openly transgender U.S. state legislators: Virginia state Del. Danica Roem; Colorado state Rep. Brianna Titone; and New Hampshire state Reps. Lisa Bunker and Gerri Cannon.

“Sarah’s overwhelming victory is a powerful testament to the growing influence of transgender leaders in our politics and gives hope to countless trans people looking toward a brighter future,” Annise Parker, the president and CEO of the LGBTQ Victory Fund and former mayor of Houston, Texas, said in a statement.

“Throughout this election cycle, Donald Trump and other cynical politicians attempted to use trans people as a political weapon, believing they could gain popularity by stoking fear and hate. For Sarah to shatter a lavender ceiling in such a polarizing year is a powerful reminder that voters are increasingly rejecting the politics of bigotry in favor of candidates who stand for fairness and equality. Her victory will inspire more trans people to follow in her footsteps and run for public office,” she added, ironically leveraging McBride as a political weapon herself in these statements as if the existence of a transgender person in a State Senate seat slated to win by a Democrat is of any consequence to President Trump’s political platform.

The thing is, the trans ideologues insist that if a man identifies as a woman, than he is a woman. So what’s the signficance that McBride is “transgender,” after all?

The significance, of course, is that they don’t really believe their own nonsensical ideology. They believe in gender confusion and in forcing acceptance of the redefinition of basic biology in the name of combating “hate.”

Being honest about biology is not hate, it’s the truth, and the more we roll over and ignore the pervasive, immoral ideology that is slowly destroying what it means to be male or female, the more we will be hated as the truth becomes dissidence.

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