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Attack on Women’s Sports Continues As NFL Team Ditches Cheerleaders for Gender Inclusive Dancers

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The attack on female sports teams is continuing with the Washington Football Team, formerly known as the Redskins, replacing cheerleaders with a gender inclusive dance team.

The team will also be called the “Washington Football Team” through 2021.

Former Laker Girl manager Petra Pope told the Associated Press, “I’ve been asked to create a more modern entertainment team that is inclusive and diverse. We just want to follow that mode of being more modern and a more modern franchise. Change is difficult, but I do feel that the fans will love what we bring to the table.”

“My focus is really just reinventing this team,” she added. “My goal is to create this team, reinvent this team and make it more modern.”

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Women and girl’s sports have been under attack recently, with the Equality Act being the most blatant move to destroy female only spaces.

Under the act, biological men and boys will be able to compete with biological girls as long as they identify as female. Of course, there are different strengths and weaknesses between the two sexes, and many are concerned that this move will be the end of females being able to excel in sports.

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Biden’s ATF Pick Mocked Americans As Zombie Preppers For Buying Guns During Government Lockdowns

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President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) made fun of first-time gun owners who bought up weapons during mass government lockdowns as cartoon doomsday preppers.

During an interview with Cheddar in April last year, gun control activist David Chipman, who was nominated Thursday to the executive post at ATF, said those purchasing firearms put “themselves and their families and danger.” Chipman also compared them to Joe Exotic, the Oklahoma zookeeper profiled on Netflix’s “Tiger King.”

“Most of the new buyers who went out to the gun store and bought a gun have no training whatsoever,” Chipman said. “In their mind they might be competent, they might think they’re die-hard and ready to go, but unfortunately they’re more like Tiger King.”

Chipman’s recommendation as a longtime government bureaucrat who served 25 years at ATF was for new gun owners to “secure that gun locked and unloaded and hide it behind the cans of tuna and beef jerky that you’ve stored in the cabinet, and only bring that out if the zombies start to appear.”

The administration’s latest nominee to the bureau tasked with enforcing the nation’s gun laws comes with a long resume of aggressive activism for stricter restrictions on Americans’ Second Amendment rights. After two and a half decades in the ATF, Chipman worked as an adviser to the anti-gun group launched by former Arizona Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords after she was shot in a 2011 Tucson shooting.

After the news broke of Chipman’s impending nomination on Wednesday, Chipman took cues from past nominees in the Biden administration and locked his Twitter account to prevent anyone from searching his prior posts.

Biden made the nomination in a Thursday press conference in which the Democrat launched a new effort to implement stricter gun control in the aftermath of deadly shootings in Georgia and Colorado last month. Biden called gun violence in America an “epidemic” and an “international embarrassment” at the White House.

At the afternoon event, Biden employed doomsday language to raise hysteria around firearms with terms such as “ghost guns” to warn Americans of rampant gun violence, which, in Biden’s eyes, can only be deterred through government restrictions on the firearms — as if criminals followed the law.

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New CBP Border Crossing Numbers Released Today — And They’re Just SHOCKING!

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One of the lost children apprehended at the border in April.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) today released operational statistics for March 2021, which can be viewed here.

Joe Biden’s open border policies have created a massive crisis on the US Southern border.
And today the numbers reveal what we all knew would happen.

Here are the March 2021 numbers (blue line) for single adults apprehended at the border.

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And here are the numbers for unaccompanied children (blue line) apprehended at the US border.

Nearly 20,000 unaccompanied minors were apprehended at the border in March!

It took Joe Biden and Democrats just three months to destroy our borders and allow illegal migrants and fake refugees to flood into America.

This is a man-made crisis all thanks to Joe Biden and his handlers.

It’s clear that they cannot blame this on President Trump!

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Pete Buttigieg: Racism Is ‘Physically Built’ into American Infrastructure

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Speaking to TheGrio, Buttigieg argued that some highways and bridges across several cities were designed to divide communities by race.

“Well if you’re in Washington, I’m told that the history of that highway is one that was built at the expense of communities of color in the D.C. area,” he said. “There are stories and I think Philadelphia and Pittsburgh [and] in New York, Robert Moses famously saw through the construction of a lot of highways.”

“There is racism physically built into some of our highways, and that’s why the jobs plan has specifically committed to reconnect some of the communities that were divided by these dollars,” he added.

Biden’s infrastructure plan would dedicate $20 billion to “reconnect neighborhoods” by investing in projects designed to “advance racial equity and environmental justice.”

In March, Buttigieg’s agency sent a letter to the state of Texas requesting it pause an interstate expansion in Houston as it investigates racial justice complaints.

Buttigieg, during his Senate confirmation hearings in January, pledged to combat what he described as racial injustice in infrastructure as transportation secretary.

“I also recognize that at their worst, misguided policies and missed opportunities in transportation can reinforce racial and economic inequality by dividing or isolating neighborhoods and undermining government’s basic role of empowering Americans to thrive,” Buttigieg said in his opening statement.

On Sunday, Buttigieg said in an interview that Biden would like Congress to act on his infrastructure plan by Memorial Day.

“We know that this is entering a legislative process where we’re going to be hearing from both sides of the aisle, and I think you’ll find the president’s got a very open mind. But time is of the essence,” he told ABC’s This Week. “So we’ll look at these ideas on how to pay for it. We’ll look at ideas on where the investments ought to be, too. But the president is hoping for major progress from Congress before Memorial Day. And we can’t allow this thing to just keep dragging on because the need is there today.”

However, several Senate Democrats, including Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) oppose the infrastructure proposal due to its proposed corporate tax rate hike to 28 percent.

“As the bill exists today, it needs to be changed,” Manchin told Metro News on Monday.

“It’s more than just me” the Democrat senator added. “There’s six or seven other Democrats who feel very strongly about this. We have to be competitive, and we’re not going to throw caution to the wind.”

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