No joke: The Rhode Island Democratic Women’s Caucus has elected a man as chairman

The ‘women’s rights’ group must think very little of women, since they seem to be replacing women’s fixed roles with men pretending to be women.

point case; The Rev. Donnie Anderson, a 75-year-old man who tells people he’s a woman, was elected unopposed to be the face and chair of the Rhode Island Democratic Women’s Caucus, adopting the old adage “never send a woman to do a man’s work.” To a whole new extreme.

Given that we’re talking about the Democratic Party of 2023 though, this shouldn’t come as a surprise at all. On the caucus’s own website, they make it clear that “woman” isn’t even real—anyone can be a woman if you believe enough to guess.

According to their mission statement, the organization’s mission is to “influence government and political processes to ensure equality of power, influence, and economic status for those who identify as and as women.”

Right there, “mark as” is the crux of this weird situation.

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Too awake to be a joke

When Anderson was campaigning for the position, the choices were pretty clear however he chose to phrase it; Either vote for him and be a true progressive or be labeled a bigot.

“If you choose me as your next executive, you will be making a statement to the world about my community,” Anderson said during the campaign. “I don’t want you to vote for me because I’m transgender, please don’t. And I hope you don’t vote against me because I am transgender too.”

Here’s the rub, where do you put yourself and decide if you want a real, biological woman, who lives with real challenges that are unique to women, to advance causes for women in this women’s caucus?

In an interview between Breitbart and political strategist Natasha Chart about Anderson’s new role in women’s organizations, she said that “it’s always sad when another women’s group is pressured to let a transvestite take senior leadership, fearing they’ll be called out for pretending to be a woman. fanatical not to.”

Those who don’t see this as a problem, that the ‘removal’ of women from women’s roles is merely a conspiracy by conservatives deployed as an excuse to keep trans people from participating in certain roles or institutions, need only look. What the LGBTQ+ movement has done to women’s sports.

NCAA All-American swimmer Riley Gaines was labeled not only transphobic, but many other vile names after she spoke out against a man being awarded the NCAA Woman of the Year award after he beat out other female athletes for a national title.

Female athletes must legally fight for the opportunity to pass to female athletes instead of biological males. Young girls sharing changing rooms and sleeping quarters with older, biological men pretending to be women is also a serious water-down concern of progressives. It was only last August when a 25-year-old trans cheerleader choked a 17-year-old girl at a cheerleading camp.

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All women are not equal

Anderson’s agenda seems to have played a part in pushing his radical progressive ideology into every aspect of society. Not only was Anderson installed as a pastor at a local church in New Bedford, Massachusetts, where they promoted gender identity ideologies that contradicted Christian teaching, but Anderson’s new plan for the Women’s Caucus included areas beyond women’s issues.

During a panel discussion protest hosted by the Independent Women’s Network at a local library, Anderson told those marching in the event that what they were doing was harmful to trans people, and that there were “limits to free speech.”

The panel discussion titled “What Your Kids Learn About Gender at School” discussed efforts by the LGBTQ+ lobby to push transgenderism and other controversial teaching materials on school children, such as removing the words “male” and “female”. A recent case in Texas has seen the sex education component.

Anderson claimed that the network is “recruiting people to be part of legislative efforts that will make it harder for our kids to realize who they are and who they are,” going as far as saying that “kids are dying.”

Commenting on Anderson’s position, Natasha Chart told Breitbart “it takes a lot of nerve to be a 75-year-old grandfather campaigning for the sterilization of young children based on unsubstantiated suicide threats.”

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