Thursday, former NCAA champ swimmer Riley Gaines, a 12-time All-America while competing at the University of Kentucky, was held hostage by a mob of trans activists at San Francisco State University. In clips taken of the incident, Gaines is assaulted and screamed at for contending that biological men do not belong in women’s sports.
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While competing in college at the University of Kentucky, Gaines faced off against controversial transgender swimmer ‘Lia’ Thomas, a biological man, tying with him for fifth place, Fox News reports.
Now, Gaines is a spokesperson for the Independent Women’s Forum (IWF), becoming one of the most influential voices in the movement against biological men in women’s sports, which has made her a target for the trans mob.
After her speech at SFSU, angry activists crowded the exit hallway, demanding money in return for her safe passage:
When Gaines made her way to the exit, she was met with loud chants and a raucous mob. Gaines recorded a video of the experience herself and posted it to Twitter.
“The prisoners are running the asylum at SFSU…I was ambushed and physically hit twice by a man. This is proof that women need sex-protected spaces,” Gaines wrote.
“Still only further assures me I’m doing something right. When they want you silent, speak louder.”
In another clip, Gaines is seen being repeatedly punched by a transgender – reportedly a biological male – wearing a dress.
Jordan B. Peterson, a frequent commenter on the subject, responded to the clip, writing, “Hey, progressives: how does it feel to be supporting men dressed up as women beating women?”
The violent attacks on Gaines are just the latest shows of aggression from the pro-transgender community.
Just last week, a transgender shooter killed three Christian children and three faculty members at The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee; yesterday, a transgender was arrested before carrying out a plan to murder countless more kids at a middle school in Colorado Springs, Colorado.