The numerous claims by the far-left that “transgender” people are subjected to more violence than normal people have been debunked by a political scientist who denounced such statements as “insanely and verifiably wrong.”
According to Fox News, the statements by Dr. Wilfred Reilly, Assistant Professor of Political Sciences at Kentucky State University (KSU), were made in response to the White House’s observance of “Transgender Day of Remembrance” shortly before Thanksgiving.
“Today, on Transgender Day of Remembrance, we grieve the 26 transgender Americans who were killed this year,” said White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, before claiming, without evidence, that “year after year, we see that these victims are disproportionately black [men] and [men] of color.”
In an op-ed for the National Review, Reilly simply responded that “the only catch is that no such systemic violence exists.” Instead, Reilly points out that data supports the opposite claim: People who identify as “trans” are less likely to face violence compared to other communities.
“The total number of trans-identified Americans known to have been killed in 2023 is…
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