Things are just plain crazy and dare I say – stupid – these days in the realm of the liberals.
I wouldn’t be surprised if 2 + 2 = 10 somehow in their strange world full of political correctness, benefits for illegal immigrants, and men who call themselves women.
One of these transgenders, born Craig, now going by “CeCe” actually won the WOMEN’S NCAA Track & Field Championship last month.
But, when questioned about the unfairness of his (her? its?) win, “CeCe” argued that he/she/zer is the one at a disadvantage competing against women….
Don’t believe me?
Watch the clip here for yourself:
People who still have common sense in our mad world were quick to point out "CeCe"'s delusion on Twitter.
Check out these response tweets:
It's important to note that "CeCe" as Craig the male athlete did not dominate the competition before "trangendering," as this Twitter user cleverly points out:
The Gateway Pundit had the following to say about the transgender athlete's dumb claim:
A biological male who identifies as a woman won the NCAA women’s track championship last month.
CeCe Telfer. a biological male (transgender), won the women’s 400 meter hurdles last month and trounced the second place competitor by over a full second.
The coach praised CeCe Telfer for being the first student-athlete in Franklin Pierce history to collect an individual national title.
Now CeCe Telfer, a biological male who crushed his female competition, is complaining that he’s at a disadvantage competing against women and the it’s the “cisgender females” (women who were born female) who actually have the advantage.
“If anything, me competing against cisgender females is a disadvantage because my body is going through so many medical complications,” CeCe Telfer said. “It’s going through biochemistry changes so being on hormone replacement therapy — muscle depletion so your muscle is deteriorating, you lose a lot of strength…so I have to work twice as hard to keep my strength…”
The Daily Caller has more details about "CeCe"'s NCAA win:
Telfer, a biological male who identifies as a transgender woman, won the NCAA DII women’s 400-meter hurdles championship last month, besting the second place finisher by more than a second.
Telfer previously ran a variety of events for Franklin Pierce’s men’s team mostly using the name Craig, according to school records. NCAA policy is that male athletes who identify as transgender can compete on women’s teams if they suppress their testosterone levels for a full calendar year.
Telfer competed on Franklin Pierce’s men’s team as recently as January 2018, according to published meet results from the Middlebury Winter Classic in Vermont.
By that point Telfer had started using the name CeCe, while still competing on the men’s team.
The Blazealso commented:
You might recall CeCe Telfer of Franklin Pierce University — a college hurdler born male but now competing as a female — who last month won an NCAA women's national championship, taking the 400-meter hurdles by more than a second.
Telfer — formerly known as Craig — as recently as January 2018 ran with the Division II school's men's track & field team. Telfer started going by the name CeCe while competing with the men before transitioning to women's competition. Telfer is the New Hampshire school's first women's track & field champion.
According to the website Turtleboy Sports, which researched some of Telfer's statistics as a male competitor, Telfer was an above-average male hurdler. But as women's hurdles are lower, Telfer soon dominated the competition and became the top women's competitor in the women's 55-meter hurdles and 55-meter sprint.
The NCAA has had a policy for transgender athletes for years. It is legal under NCAA bylaws for a biological male to compete in the women's division if that male has suppressed his testosterone levels for one year.