WhatsNew2Day
Latest News And Breaking Headlines

Trump calls for end to ‘woke war on women’ at rally, calls ‘gender theories’ form of ‘child abuse’

Former President Donald Trump called for an end to the “woke war on women” and compared the teaching of “far-left gender theories” to child abuse at his North Carolina rally.

Trump spoke in Selma on Saturday about how he wanted Republicans to take back both houses of Congress by 2022 and ban discussion of “far-left gender theories” alongside the teachings of Critical Race Theory.

“A Republican Congress should champion parental rights and parental choice, I think that’s a good idea. No teacher should ever be allowed to teach our children about far-left gender theories without parental consent. It really is child abuse, plain and simple.’

He then delved into the public education system, which he says has “exchanged reading and math for pronouns and gender studies.”

Trump argued that a Republican Congress should allow parents to send their children to a public, private or charter school of their choice.

Former President Donald Trump on Saturday night backed Republicans to end a so-called

Former President Donald Trump on Saturday night backed Republicans to end a so-called “woke war on women” and compared the teachings of “far-left gender theories” to child abuse

Trump spoke about how he wanted Republicans to take back both houses of Congress by 2022 and ban discussion of 'far-left gender theories'

Trump spoke about how he wanted Republicans to take back both houses of Congress by 2022 and ban discussion of ‘far-left gender theories’

Former President Donald Trump smiles as he speaks at a rally, Saturday, April 9, 2022, in Selma, North Carolina

Former President Donald Trump smiles as he speaks at a rally, Saturday, April 9, 2022, in Selma, North Carolina

“Our government-run education system has lost the trust of American parents, it really has.”

The former president then turned to the Biden administration’s budget, which he says contains aspects of both racial and gender theories that Republicans need to end.

“Last week the Biden administration sent Congress a budget crammed with billions upon billions of dollars in transgenderism and so-called equality benefits that are nothing more than government-sponsored racism.”

He called for the GOP to ‘end the war on women and children” and put an end to what he called “illegal government discrimination.”

The ex-president then demanded justice for the January 6 inmates and full protection of their civil rights, which he said was received by Antifa and Black Lives Matter “killing people across our country.”

President Donald Trump greets the crowd at a rally he staged in North Carolina on Saturday

President Donald Trump greets the crowd at a rally he staged in North Carolina on Saturday

Trump made no specific reference to Florida’s “Parental Rights in Education” bill signed by Governor Ron DeSantis last week. The law prohibits classroom teaching on sexuality, gender identity and sexual orientation “in an age-appropriate way.”

The legislation has sparked tensions between state Republicans and Disney, who have opposed it after workers at the company’s theme parks and studios staged strikes over the lack of response.

Critics say the Florida law’s open language, which also prevents “classroom discussion” about LGBTQ issues, would prevent children from confiding in teachers if they feel unsafe because of their identity.

Republicans say it is necessary to send the discussion of sensitive matters home.

The “Don’t Say Gay” law has heightened tensions between the Republican legislature in Florida and Disney, a company that has enjoyed decades of backing and independence from the state government.

The entertainment giant has come out against the bill after its employees staged strikes and protests in opposition to the bill and Disney’s alleged silence.

Trump did not specifically refer to Florida's 'Parental Rights in Education' bill signed by Governor Ron DeSantis last week

Trump did not specifically refer to Florida’s ‘Parental Rights in Education’ bill signed by Governor Ron DeSantis last week

Law bans classroom lessons on sexuality, gender identity and sexual orientation 'in an age-appropriate way'

Law bans classroom lessons on sexuality, gender identity and sexual orientation ‘in an age-appropriate way’

Later in the speech, Trump took up another issue involving the trans community, specifically their participation in collegiate and youth sports, which he called “unfair to women.”

“We will not have men participating in women’s sports,” Trump said, referring to unspecified swimming and weightlifting records and going so far as to hint that if he were a coach of a women’s sports team, he would have a team of all transgender women .

“If I’m a basketball coach, I guarantee you… I’ll have a great team, but do you know why? I’m not going to say it.’

Trump made headlines at the meeting, announcing that he was killing TV surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz supported in the bitter battle for the Republican candidate for a US Senate seat in Pennsylvania.

“Great fellow, good man,” he said to a protesting crowd. “Harvard educated, great, great career.”

dr. Oz is fueling widespread brand awareness in a contest that could decide overall control of the Senate in November’s midterm elections — a fact not lost on Trump, who said his 18 years on TV was tantamount to winning. an opinion poll.

Trump’s approval could break a race deadlock in Pennsylvania.

Oz was neck and neck with David McCormick, a former hedge fund director, and both had visited Trump in Mar-a-Lago as they competed for the support of the most powerful vote in the Republican Party.

Trump announced his endorsement Saturday night at a rally in Selma, North Carolina

Trump announced his endorsement Saturday night at a rally in Selma, North Carolina

Insiders said Oz's endorsement was to lose, as Melania Trump is a huge fan.  Oz is on the far right, seen here with the Trumps and Piers Morgan on the left

Insiders said Oz’s endorsement was to lose, as Melania Trump is a huge fan. Oz is on the far right, seen here with the Trumps and Piers Morgan on the left

But insiders said it had been Oz’s approval to lose, especially since former first lady Melania Trump was known to be a huge fan.

“He has lived with us through the screen and has always been popular, respected and smart,” Trump said in an emailed statement.

“He even said I was extremely healthy, which made me love him even more (although he also told me to lose a few pounds!).”

Trump appeared on the Dr. Oz show to discuss his health before the 2016 election, revealing that he weighed 236 pounds, in a segment that clearly still gnaws.

On the Democratic side, Pennsylvania progressive Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman is engaged in a race against Congressman Conor Lamb, a moderate representative from Pittsburgh’s northwestern suburbs.

Democrats believe an ill-tempered Republican contest could see them win a November election to replace outgoing Republican Senator Pat Toomey.

“The Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary was already mean, expensive and brutal. Now Trump’s endorsement will only intensify this inter-party struggle, much like it has done in the GOP Senate primaries across the country — severely damaging their eventual candidate and out of step with the voters who will decide the general election.” said the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. spokesman Patrick Burgwinkle.

Biden narrowly won Pennsylvania in the 2020 election, but Republicans took gains in the state legislature, leaving November’s election as a close race.

Trump said Oz was a winner with strong conservative credentials.

‘Dr. Oz is Pro-Life, very strong against crime, the border, electoral fraud, our amazing military and vets, tax cuts, and will always fight for and support our underinvested Second Amendment,” he said.

He will ensure that America becomes energy independent again. dr. Oz also passionately believes in quality education and protecting parental involvement throughout the process.

“Perhaps most importantly, I believe that Mehmet Oz will be the one most able to win the general election against a radical left-wing Democrat who wants to do unthinkable harm to our country.”

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More