Why would you elect someone to lead or represent you that is clearly screwed up in the head? Why?
Because you suffer from intranity. You heard it here first.
Intranity: noun. 1) mental delusion in which the sufferer believes that changing their wardrobe and mutilating a healthy body will magically make them the opposite gender 2) a person who suffers indirectly from the belief that another person who believes that changing their wardrobe and mutilating a healthy body is actually NOT screwed up in the head.
There is no hope.
From NBC Washington:
Danica Roem, a journalist turned public works advocate, has won Virginia’s 13th District House of Delegates seat, making her the state’s first transgender legislator.
Roem beat out the district’s 26-year incumbent, conservative values and government transparency champion Bob Marshall.
The race attracted national attention as Marshall, a conservative who proposed a bill restricting which bathrooms transgender people could use, faced off against the transgender stepmother who plays in a metal band.
The district also found itself in the spotlight as one of a few Republican-governed areas that voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race.
…In an NPR interview in September, Marshall said the election was about America’s national character and Roem was going against nature.
“Danica clearly is out here doing this for making a marker in the national character that you can engage in this behavior — which clearly goes against the laws of nature and nature’s God — and hold public office to make decisions on behalf of the common good,” Marshall said. “That is what is kind of at stake here.”
He refused to speak with News4’s Julie Carey about flyers his campaign sent out last month. Those flyers referred to Roem as “him.”
How did that get by the editor? That sentence should read “Those flyers CORRECTLY referred to Roem as “him”.
The outside money came throughout the campaign, though. Roem was supported by Victory Fund, a national group that aims to elect LGBTQ leaders. Some of her largest campaign donations, according to Virginia Department of Elections filings, were from individuals in New York and Chris Abele, a county executive from Milwaukee, Wisconsin who donated $40,000.
During the final fundraising period of the race, Roem brought in more than $300,000, significantly more than Marshall’s roughly $165,000. Few of Marshall’s donations came from outside Virginia.
…Both have a long history in Virginia’s 13th District, which encompasses parts of Prince William County and Manassas City.
Is that Prince William County? Or Princess William County?
This is such an embarrassing time to be alive.