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The Democrats are not doing well these days. They know their system of government is failing — it will not and cannot work for the American people. So rather than addressing our very legitimate concerns, they press forward pet topics of the day — some of which go against the Democrat narrative. And in the case of today’s article, a top Democrat is not buying the red meat. That Democrat is Tulsi Gabbard and she is emphatic in her opposition to a Democrat red meat issue– transgenderism in women’s sports.

Tulsi Gabbard is a maverick in her own party. She forges her own path, her own way forward. She challenged all the major Democrats in 2020 and held her own. Now, she has been a staple on Fox News, often presenting herself as a moderate Democrat. One who is not afraid to call out key members of her party — including the infamous Hillary Rodham Clinton.

That was no more true than yesterday, when she hammered gender ideology like never before. She took a major position against the presence of biological men in women’s sports on a Fox News segment yesterday, where she discussed Title IX — a hallmark of women’s collegiate sports. As Breitbart reports:

“[I]t is the height of hypocrisy that we are in this place today where those who claim to be champions for women and claim to be feminists are actually denying the objective reality and truth that there are differences between men and women, specifically biological, physiological differences.

And that’s what these athletes are facing, you know, this kind of crazy hypocrisy and this denial of the truth and reality…

It basically says that there is no such thing as truth, there is no such thing as women, and we cannot allow that to happen. That’s why I’m going there today to stand with these female athletes.”

Gabbard formulated her argument with the trademark rigor and rationality we expect from one of the brightest thinkers in the Democrat Party. Of course, that says very little. The Party is broke. But we appreciate voices of reason wherever and whenever they are found.