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WH spox touts Biden’s Transgender Day of Remembrance. We have some questions.


Former competitive swimmer Riley Gaines joined a chorus of voices questioning the White House commemoration of the Transgender Day of Remembrance.

The former University of Kentucky swimmer posted a question on X in reaction to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s comments in noting Monday as a day the Biden administration has designated to remember transgender lives lost to violence.

“Today, on Transgender Day of Remembrance, we grieve the 26 transgender Americans who were killed this year,” Jean-Pierre said Monday, which was also President Joe Biden’s 81st birthday.

“Year after year, we see that these victims are disproportionately black women and women of color,” she added.

The so-solemn occasion sparked much criticism on social media where users delivered a brutal reality check on the “facts” and many raised the same question as Gaines.

“Is the Nashville shooter who murdered 6 people including 3 nine yr olds one of the 26 were remembering orrrrrr ???” tweeted the 23-year-old who has become a powerful voice for women in sports after she tied for fifth place in the 2022 NCAA Swim Championships with transgender athlete Lia Thomas.

Gaines and others were referring to transgender Audrey Hale who murdered 6 Christians, including 3 children, earlier this year at a private Christian school in Nashville.

Other reactions online included some fact-dropping posts from users who are fed up with the Biden regime’s priorities and skewed reality.

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