Daily Wire Makes the Trans Sports Movie That Hollywood Never Will

We’re not exactly sure what to think of this video. It’s a trailer for a new film from the Daily Wire, that place where Candace Owens and Ben Shapiro are always fighting with each other. If this is real—and we think it is—then the Daily Wire has put together a comedy film in order to mock the neoliberal idea that guys can magically turn themselves into girls and then dominate girls’ sports.

It looks like the film is about a group of grown men who miss their glory days playing high school or college sports. They decide to get back into sports when they realize that they can switch genders and start their own WNBA team. They call their team the “Lady Ballers,” which is also the title of the film that most of us are probably not going to let our young children see.

 

Since the whole woke trans movement is really just all the least attractive people from the Democrat Party, it’s hard to predict whether the film is going to draw an audience. We hope it does, because bringing back mockery and social shaming might go a long way toward putting this genie back in the bottle again.

On the other hand, none of us really wanted to see Matt Walsh in a dress with his full beard. Sen. Ted Cruz also puts in a guest appearance in the film.

So, here is the NSFW trailer for “Lady Ballers,” which begins streaming online on December 1:

 


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