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1st Transgender State Senator In U.S. Has Been Sworn In


It’s no surprise that the 1st Transgender State Senator comes from Delaware the same place where Biden reigned as a Senator for 30 years.

Democrat Sarah Mcbride became the highest-ranking transgender official in the United States after being sworn in as a Delaware State Senator on Tuesday.

Sarah won about 73% of the vote, according to unofficial results from the Delaware Department of Elections.

This isn’t too shocking considering Delaware is largely a blue state where Republican candidates have basically no chance.

Fox 29 News covered the story and had these details to add:

History was made Tuesday afternoon in Delaware as the country’s first openly transgender state senator was sworn in.

Sen. Sarah McBride, 30, was elected to represent the state’s First District. She was sworn in at the Claymont Community Center, which was once Claymont High School — the first public school in the state to end segregation back in 1952.

McBride interned at the White House under former President Barack Obama and made history at the 2016 Democratic National Convention as the first openly transgender person to speak at a major party convention.

McBride hasn’t been shy about showing hate towards Trump:

It’s clear McBride has hate towards Trump even though the senator preaches “unity”.

This isn’t the first time McBride has been in the spotlight, Sarah was a key speaker in the 2016 DNC.

It looks like the Clinton’s and Pelosi found another puppet to fulfill their agenda of radicalizing the left even more.

NBC 10 News covered the story too:

A former White House intern who previously made history by becoming the first transgender speaker at a major political party’s presidential convention when she spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention is once again blazing a new trail for equality.

Sarah McBride was sworn in on Tuesday to the Delaware State Senate, becoming the highest-ranking elected official in the United States. At least four others have been elected state representatives in state legislatures, but McBride is the first state senator.


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