MUST SEE: Radical Democrat Embarrassed by Riley Gaines with a Taste of Her Own Medicine

Riley Gaines, the former NCAA swimmer who has become an advocate for biological women since competing against transgender athlete Lia Thomas, flipped the script on a radical Democrat when they accused Gaines of being “transphobic.”

During a House Oversight Subcommittee on Health hearing, far-left Democrat squad member Rep. Summer Lee said that Gaines and others like her were “transphobic” for believing that biological men should not compete in women’s sports.

Gaines fired back saying that allowing men to take over women’s sports is a “discriminatory practice” that “needs to stop.”

She then went after Congresswoman Lee DIRECTLY, giving her a taste of her own medicine.

“Inclusion cannot be prioritized over safety and fairness, and ranking member Lee, if my testimony makes me ‘transphobic,’ then I believe your opening monologue makes you a misogynist.”

 

Boom! Mic Drop!

The comment visibly enraged Lee, who demanded that the remark be struck from the record which made it clear Gaines had gotten under her skin.

Rep. Lee attempted to distract from the altercation later on by accusing the Republican party of being “cruel and unserious” for “attacking trans kids.”

“I would’ve hoped that the 1st @OversightDems hearing I presided over would be on holding big oil, big pharma, or banks accountable for preying on hardworking families. Instead, it’s yet another extremist Republican hearing attacking trans kids. What a cruel, unserious party,” Summer Lee later said.

But Gaines wasn’t going to let her get off that easy, and in celebrating the victory on social media said that “calling out hypocrites” like Lee was the only way to “restore sanity in America.”

“Don’t be afraid to do it. And do it often,” she added.

Watch the video here to see Gaines use the Democrats’ own tricks to take one of them down.

 


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