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Another Psychotic Attack Committed by Transgender Man on Random Stranger

Yet another biological male who believes he is a woman trapped in a man’s body has committed an act of shocking violence against a random stranger. This one happened in Tallahassee, Florida.

A black man with a full, bushy beard walked into a Taco Bell, doused a woman who was a complete stranger with gasoline, and set her on fire.

The dude with the bushy beard then proceeded to escape on a bicycle and is suspected of setting at least two other fires around Tallahassee immediately after that attack. The victim was so badly injured that she had to be transported by helicopter to a burn specialty hospital.

When police finally located the man with the big, bushy beard, they tasered him twice. That failed to stop the guy, so a police officer jumped the curb in his cruiser and pinned the suspect’s bike to a fence to stop him. The dude with the big, bushy beard then jumped on top of the police cruiser and brandished a pair of orange-handled scissors as if he was going to stab the arresting officers. They finally subdued the dude with the big, bushy beard and took him into custody.

It’s bizarre reading about the story in the Miami Herald and other newspapers, because they never break away from current “woke” orthodoxy in describing the suspect. The dude with the big, bushy beard is identified as “Mia Williams.”

At no point during the description of the story is the strapping fellow with a beard described as a “man.” The first sentence of the story reads, “A Tallahassee woman may have gone on an arson spree Wednesday and Thursday…”

Even the police play along with this charade. Arresting officers describe how they tasered “her,” but the powerful “woman” just kept resisting arrest. It’s beyond comical.

“Well, we tried to stop her, but her muscles, her raging testosterone, her beard and her giant ***** were just too powerful!”

We continue to see these catastrophically violent attacks committed on total strangers by transgender males in city after city. But instead of regarding them as dangerous and mentally ill, the media, college professors and the American left insist that we refer to the male perpetrators as “women.” This isn’t good for women or the mentally ill dudes.

In other insane headlines from the same week, a Canadian man won the Women’s Cycling World Championship for the second year in a row, and the NCAA named a male athlete as the NCAA Conference Female Athlete of the Week.

Perhaps by giving men these awards, the world of women’s sports is actually preventing the dudes from setting any female athletes on fire?

This may seem like a tangent, but I promise I have a point: Does anyone remember the television show MASH? (Or, M*A*S*H, depending on how you prefer to spell it.) It was the most popular television sitcom in American history at its time, running from 1972 to 1983.

The series finale in 1983 was viewed in 175 million homes in America, making it one of the most-watched television events ever.

One of the longest-running gags on the show was Corporal Maxwell Klinger’s attempts to get kicked out of the military (and to be sent home from the Korean War) for insanity.

To demonstrate his insanity, Klinger wore a dress in nearly every one of the 219 episodes he appeared in. But he was never successful in his attempts to get booted out of the Army.

That was the whole point, of course. One of the main themes of the show was always that war itself, and military bureaucracy, are even more insane than a man putting on a dress and pretending to be a woman.

No one in American society considered it the least bit controversial that the Klinger character was using cross-dressing to prove his insanity to the Army. Everyone in society accepted the fact that man pretending to be a woman was pretty crazy.

But not anymore. Now you are the crazy bigot if you don’t accept that a big, burly man with a beard is really a woman if he says so. Just ask the Tallahassee police or the media.


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