Knowles: Did Transgenderism End Political Correctness?

Protestors demonstrate during a rally against the transgender bathroom rights repeal at Thomas Paine Plaza February 25, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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In Monday's episode of 'The Michael Knowles Show,' Michael explains his theory that transgenderism may have been the straw that broke the PC camel’s back.

“There was this study that came out at the end of last week,” Knowles said. “It showed that 80% of Americans oppose political correctness. They think that it's a danger to the country. 80%! This is an all-time high. In the 1990s, the number was 53% opposed PC and then it rose even as late as 2016. Polls put it about 73%. Now it's up to 80% consider political correctness a serious problem in the country.”

He continued, “Why is that? I think the answer is transgenderism.”

“It's quite another thing to follow a guy's daughter into the changing room at the swimming pool, because you say that men can be women and women can be men,” Knowles explained. “That's a very different thing. Sex is essential to our identities. In the beginning, God created man, male and female, he created them. This is a raw part of us. We've got a lot of hormones pumping through our body. The attraction for men to women and women to men is essential to the human condition. It's enjoyed by at least 97 or 98% of the population. It really matters. It really moves people. I think that's what this is about.”

Video and transcript below:

There was this study that came out at the end of last week. It showed that 80% of Americans oppose political correctness. They think that it's a danger to the country. 80%! This is an all-time high. In the 1990s, the number was 53% opposed PC and then it rose even as late as 2016. Polls put it about 73%. Now it's up to 80% consider political correctness a serious problem in the country. Why is that? I think the answer is transgenderism. I actually think that's the one that put it over, because you know, it's one thing to say you have to say happy holidays instead of Merry Christmas. Roll your eyes, you say, man that's stupid. I mean, it's the holidays, Christmas, but we're all right whatever. It's quite another thing to follow a guy's daughter into the changing room at the swimming pool, because you say that men can be women and women can be men. That's a very different thing. Sex is essential to our identities. In the beginning, God created man, male and female, he created them. This is a raw part of us. We've got a lot of hormones pumping through our body. The attraction for men to women and women to men is essential to the human condition. It's enjoyed by at least 97 or 98% of the population. It really matters. It really moves people. I think that's what this is about.

There was a story that came out from the women's cycling tournament, the UCI masters Track Cycling World Championship. This transgender dude who now is pretending to be a woman won the Women's Championship. Surprise, surprise. Rachel McKinnon is the name. Rachel McKinnon tweets out quote: lots of transphobic bigots are responding to my world championship wins saying next up the Paralympics. Hey women, you realize all these people, many of them women are comparing you to disabled people, right? Wow offensive.

Because this person, this guy, Rachel McKinnon is trying to distract from the fact that he, a man with a biological advantage, took a prize away from women who should have won, because it's a women's competition. Because it's a women's competition, look we've been predicting this forever and it's happened frequently too. He actually responded, because people said look you have a biological advantage. He said quote: Focusing on performance advantage is largely irrelevant, because this is a rights issue. We shouldn't be worried about trans people taking over the Olympics. We should be worried about their fairness and human rights instead.

But it's a sports competition. Sports competition is about physical prowess. He says that people are comparing women to the disabled in the analogy about the Paralympics. Women do have a handicap. There is a handicap when men are competing against women. Men are stronger. This guy, Rachel MacKinnon tweeted out, he said: We don't know why men do better at sports than women. We don't know it's really complicated.

It's not complicated. Men are stronger than women. That's why. Because then their response is always well Michael you're not exactly an Adonis. You're not a strong guy. You're not physically fit. Right, I know. I could still beat up virtually any woman. I don't want to. I never want to do that. I'm just telling you men are stronger than women. I think that there is this idea, this crazy ideology especially among Millennials that oh well you know men generally are stronger than women but look there are a lot of women could beat up guys. There are not a lot of women who could beat up guys. There were virtually no women who could ever beat up any guy. People who are vaguely in the same age-range, it virtually can never happen, because men simply are stronger than women. This is a biological fact and they're denying this biological fact. And I think it cracked political correctness because I can look with my own two eyes and I can see that a guy is not a woman and that a woman is not a man and when that lie is exposed, when that essential lie is exposed, all the other ones are too.

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