These Statements From A U.S. Olympic Athlete Will Have You Seeing Red

A transgender Olympic Athlete that qualified as an alternate on the team to represent the United States at the upcoming Summer Olympics has made some insane comments. it has come to light that last year the athlete stated that their goal was to win at the Games and then burn an American flag on the Olympic Podium.

Chelsea Wolfe, a BMX freestyle rider, had a statement that was made on her Facebook page unearthed by Fox News: “My goal is to win the Olympics so I can burn a US flag on the podium.”

The post in question, which had a direct link to an article posted on an extreme left blog that seemed to be attacking the Trump administration, continued on: “This is what they focus on during a pandemic. Hurting trans children.”

Wolfe went on to claim in the post that if anyone thinks the post is suggesting that she hates America they are “sorely mistaken,” in spite of Wolfe’s statement obviously showing a desire to desecrate an American flag and to display that desecration on the world stage all while supposedly being a representative of the United States.

“One of the reasons why I work so hard to represent the United States in international competition is to show the world that this country has morals and values, that it’s not all of the bad things that we’re known for,” Wolfe ranted on. “I take a stand against fascism because I care about this country and I’m not going to let it fall into the hands of fascists after so many people have fought and sacrificed to prevent fascism from taking hold abroad. As a citizen who wants to be proud of my home country, I’m sure as hell not going to let it take hold here.”

Wolfe is currently not the only transgender Olympic athlete to thrust their way into the news in the past few days.

As reported by the Daily Wire:

Laurel Hubbard, a male-to-female transgender weightlifter, is set to make history as the first openly transgender person to participate in the Olympics. Hubbard, 43, was selected to join New Zealand’s weightlifting team at the Olympics in Tokyo this summer. Hubbard is the oldest weightlifter to be competing in the games. …

Hubbard’s selection comes after much dispute and criticism over allowing biologically male athletes to compete in women’s sports. Hubbard transitioned in 2013, and became eligible to compete in the Olympics in 2015 after the International Olympic Committee changed its rules to allow for transgender people to compete against other athletes of the gender of which they identify.

Female athletes and others have sounded the alarm over allowing biologically male athletes into female competitions, asserting that biological males have significant advantages over female athletes that do not go away with transgender surgery and chemical treatment.

In a final statement, Hubbard claimed, “I am grateful and humbled by the kindness and support that has been given to me by so many New Zealanders.”

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