To all woke advocates of transgender madness: try justifying this. Fallon Fox, a male transgender who fights over-matched women, broke the skull of one of his victims. Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, who posted a video of the male mauling that woman, was rightly outraged in calling transgenderism a “cult” and a “mental health crisis.”
The horrible beat-down happened in 2014, but Ramaswamy is citing this as Exhibit A for why men do not belong in women’s athletic competitions. He also criticized Bud Light and Nike for entering into partnerships with a trans activist, citing it as an example of large corporations' consistent push to engage in "the worst kind of woke capitalism.”
To make this travesty of justice worse, male trannie Fallon Fox tweeted in 2020, “I enjoyed it. See, I love smacking up TEFS (sic) in the cage who talk transphobic nonsense. It’s bliss!”
On Thursday, Ramaswamy went into attack mode on this sham and the serious threat men pose to women sports foes. “A biological man fractures a woman’s skull. We used to call this violence against women. Now we call it a victory for trans rights.
“Listen to the ‘woman’s’ voice at the end. The trans cult is a mental health epidemic in our country and it needs to stop,” he said of the video of Fallon’s fight that he included in his tweet.”
Ramaswamy has been getting media recognition after last month declaring himself a presidential candidate and for slamming corporate wokes Bud Light and Nike for their partnerships with trans activist Dylan Mulvaney. The Republican wants an end to the “madness” of trans men ripping women’s sports integrity to shreds. “Gender dysphoria is a mental health disorder and we must treat it accordingly,” he remarked.
Ramaswamy speculated that Nike and Bud Light are using Mulvaney as a pawn to bolster their "cultural cachets."
"This, to me, is a case of a company that's clearly not following its financial self-interest," Ramaswamy added. "Sometimes you could make an argument that a company does something totally woke because that's what its customer base wants to see. Oftentimes, that's even debatable. In the case of Bud Light, that's just wrong."
Tamikka Brents is the woman who had her skull broken by Fox, in 2014, and she accurately described it as a horrendous experience. She’s not even the only woman he injured in MMA farces. She told Whoa TV, “I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right. Her grip was different, I could usually move around in the clinch against other females but couldn’t move at all in Fox’s clinch.”
How ironic. “Whoa” is the perfect word to describe what needs to happen with men trying to weasel their way into women’s sports. They need to be stopped, and the corporate, woke proponents of this nonsense need to be reined in.