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The World Women’s Judo Champion is a Man

If you’ve ever dreamed of beating up women in front of large crowds to the cheers and adulation of your adoring fans while making ridiculous amounts of money and not be thrown in jail where you belong, then the seas are parting for you indeed, friend-o.

Now, more than ever before, it has become acceptable for men to start calling themselves women and to engage in women’s sports. Due to the immense credulity of left-wing nincompoops and their influence over our culture, even you can call your self a woman and beat the snot out of actual women in front of live audiences.

Once the faraway dream of off the wall comedian Andy Kaufman, who confused and delighted audiences with his public stunts in which he would wrestle women and proclaim himself the world champion wrestler of women. With his flabby arms and saucer-like waistline, he pinned them, tossed them, and humiliated them. It didn’t matter how angry they became or how determined they were, Andy remained the champion of wrestling women.

While it’s true that he didn’t have to call himself a woman, even today’s trans woman athletes need only become a woman in a titular capacity. Better still, trans-women athletes can even continue taking steroids! No kidding.

So, would be woman beaters, the path is open wide to you. What’s stopping you?

Here’s Professor Gad Saad with more on this extraordinary opportunity for humans born with a male skeleton and musculature to beat women in Judo.

~ Liberty Video News


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