Trans activists attack Caitlyn Jenner for her political views… so much for “tolerance”
09/10/2017 / By JD Heyes / Comments
Trans activists attack Caitlyn Jenner for her political views… so much for “tolerance”

If this doesn’t convince you liberal “compassion” and “tolerance” is as thin as Hillary Clinton’s credibility, nothing will.

You may have heard of a former Olympian named Bruce Jenner. Well, he’s a she these days, and she calls herself Caitlyn. And while there’s nothing wrong with this if that’s your thing, far-Left liberals are said to champion folks like him/her because liberals have long cornered the market on human qualities like “understanding,” “acceptance,” and of course compassion and especially tolerance.

But their tolerance, acceptance, understanding, and compassion are conditional: To earn it, you must conform to their political ideology. Otherwise, no matter how cause celebre you are, you’re going to be shunned, derided, ridiculed, insulted, mistreated, and made to generally feel like the south end of a rhino.

In other words, liberals are going to treat you just like they accuse conservatives and Trump supporters of treating you (even if they don’t, really — and most don’t).

Which brings us back to Caitlyn. It seems she kind of supports President Donald J. Trump or, at least, doesn’t hate on him as much as most celebrities do, so for that, she has now drawn the ire of the “compassionate” Left.

As reported by the UK’s Daily Mail:

Caitlyn Jenner was ambushed by a trans woman over her support of Donald Trump.

The reality star, 67 was attending the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles on Saturday night when she was confronted by Ashlee Marie Preston.


The activist and journalist found it ‘ridiculous’ that Caitlyn – a trans woman herself – allegedly continues to support Trump after he authorized banning trans people from serving in the military on Friday.

‘You’re a f**king fraud and a fake,’ said Preston.

Not only are liberals hypocrites, they’re bullies, too — and don’t liberals hate bullies?

Geez, even Left-wing HBO host Bill Maher recognizes the hypocrisy in that equation: Hating bullying but then using it at every opportunity to force people to accept their way of thinking.

“I thought we hated bullying now. When it happens in high school these days, people go nuts. When I was a kid, adults just shrugged and went, ‘eh, kids are a**holes, what are you going to do?’ Yeah, liberals hate bullying all right, but they’re not opposed to using it. When they casually throw out words like ‘bigot’ and ‘racist,’ it does cow people into avoiding this debate,” he said to kick off a January 2015 show.

So, Caitlyn’s a “fake” and a “fraud” — not a “racist” and “bigot,” but the bullying technique is the same — because she dares to have her own opinion and thoughts about the day’s events and politics.

“You continue to support somebody that does everything with the military to erase our community,” Preston argued. “It’s really f**ked up that you continue to support him.”

No, honey, what’s messed up is your belief that your opinion is the only one that matters or counts, which is the same problem I have with just about every other liberal. You all think that way.

Fact is, Donald Trump isn’t a “racist, bigot, homophobe” just because you call him one. You may not like his political ideology and you may not agree with his policy choices — and that’s okay because you don’t have to like or agree with them. (Related: More Dem hypocrisy: Unhinged Gillibrand drops F-bomb in tirade against Trump.)

But what you can’t do is make up some version of him that isn’t real and then use it as an excuse to berate, belittle, and otherwise attack people who support him.

The only way this American experiment in self-government works is if we allow it to work. If one side — I’m talking to you, liberals — assumes it has sole responsibility and authority to decide what is and isn’t “right,” then this democratic experiment fails and America becomes a very large version of Venezuela.

Google’s company motto is “Don’t be evil.” Liberals’ motto ought to be “Don’t be a hypocrite.”

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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