You really cannot make up what transpired at the White House on Wednesday when First Lady Jill Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken presented the “Women of Courage” award to a biological male.
The ceremony marked International Women’s Day and spotlighted “11 extraordinary women from around the world who are working to build a brighter future for all.”
Well, 10 women and one biological male.
Attendees were introduced to Alba Rueda, an Argentinian “transgender woman who was kicked out of classrooms, barred from sitting for exams, refused job opportunities, subjected to violence, and rejected by her family.”
The White House gathering heard that despite these obstacles, Rueda “worked to end violence and discrimination against the LGBT community in Argentina.”
JILL BIDEN makes a mockery of what a woman is. 😡
What Sarah said…👊 *Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted, 'It’s International Women’s Day – a good time to remember that Democrats can’t even tell you what a woman is'*
— ❤️🔥 Dar ❤️🔥 (@DameScorpio) March 9, 2023
Both Biden and Blinken glowingly smiled and kissed Rueda as the woman’s award was presented. Needless to say, Twitter had a field day with a remarkable presentation.
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R-AR) tweeted that “It’s International Women’s Day — a good time to remember that Democrats can’t even tell you what a woman is.”
Dana Loesch, host of “The Dana Show,” posted, “Nice of FLOTUS to encourage the diminishment of women on “International Women’s Day.” Erasing women is abusive.”
Conservative Twitter personality Andrea Katherine wrote, “International Women’s Day: Not just for women anymore.”
Townhall columnist and radio personality Derek Hunter hilariously observed that “apparently men are a lot better at being women than women are. Step up your game, ladies.”
Republican National Hispanic Assembly national editorial board member and podcaster Jennifer Barreto-Leyva declared, “This is disgraceful and unacceptable!”
Commentator and former congressional nominee Karoline Leavitt asked a vital question. “Why are the Democrats working overtime to push the trans agenda?”
And perhaps the most poignant response came from the Common Sense Society’s Christopher Bedford, who wrote, “We are not a serious country.”
Sad but true. When the First Lady and Secretary of State honor a biological man as a “woman of courage,” it shows just how far down we have slipped. The sad part is that there are genuine serious countries who are our adversaries and unquestionably take note of our moral weaknesses.