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Absurd Truth: Kipp Academy

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February 20, 2024 3:33 pm

Absurd Truth: Kipp Academy

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February 20, 2024 3:33 pm

A transgender male THROWS a young girl to the ground causing injury in a girl’s prep basketball game. Meanwhile, a Daily Show Reporter says every form of American music was stolen from Black people.

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It's in Massachusetts. And this is a basketball game. And this dude at KIPP Academy was playing basketball on a girl's team as a girl. The crazy thing is that the team had a forfeit because another girl got very badly injured by a dude who identifies as a chick. It's the KIPP Academy girls team. They got a dude.

He's legit got facial hair on his face. This is some of the some of the video. Somebody took a video of the screen. The KIPP officials refused to confirm the player's gender identification.

That's what Massachusetts, their local media had said. So it's the KIPP Academy, the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell in Massachusetts, forfeited its February 8 game against KIPP at halftime. And the coach decided to end his game as his roster was getting depleted four days before playoffs at the school.

And it shows this dude. He's got a ponytail and facial hair. And he's bigger than all the other chicks. He goes after a ball that's in the hands of an opposing player, rips it out of her hands and takes her to the ground.

He's six foot plus facial hair. And he literally wrestled it out of her hands and threw her to the ground. She had trouble getting up. She actually was legitimately injured.

And this is good heaven. So the healthy players were afraid of getting injured and not being able to compete in the playoffs. So they were really worried about this. And the school wouldn't actually come out and say that they believe it's the dude who treats the female team like a JV roster, whether or not that was the reason that the other team had forfeited.

The other team did when its players getting hurt. I mean, I'm shocked by this. You see the video how he wrestled that out of her hands and threw it out of her hands came.

I mean, he just knocked her to the ground. I mean, anybody seeing this, anybody advocating for this is being intellectually disingenuous in their arguments. They're trying to somehow negate the actual safety of these women to usher in some sort of woke ideology that you're bigoted if you're pointing out factual data in this realm. It's sad.

And it's a shame that our media is so garbage that they're continuing to perpetuate. I keep watching this over and over again. I mean, this dude, when he grabbed the ball from her and she wouldn't let go. I mean, that was malicious.

He was being a B. He has facial hair and they can't get Kip to confirm his gender identity. Well, let's see. He's well over six foot. He's got facial hair and a penis. I don't know.

It's anyone's best guess. I'm just shocked. I keep watching this. I mean, that's abusive. That wasn't just tense play. That wasn't just grappling over the ball. That was him being a jerk and him being, I'm a dude and I'm going to use my strength to throw you to the ground.

That's exactly what that was. So now you have women and they didn't want to play. They don't want to play against this team because apparently he's very physical.

He's very physical. And I read another article where it said that when the first time something like that's happened, there are women who are getting injured from trans players. I think the last one that was on video, because there was a report that came out.

There was one that was on video. It was a volleyball player. She sued because she got spiked in the head by a male player and it gave her concussion. Knocked her right out on the court. Knocked her right out. She said that she was injured by this trans athlete.

It all happened on video. I feel bad for these female athletes. Peyton McNabb, she got spiked in the face by a dude who was treating the women's volleyball team as a JV league. And she still has impaired vision. She wasn't able to compete and play her final season. It's affected her. She got hit so hard in the head. There was a field hockey injury.

A male athlete on a girls' high school field hockey team. Again, in Massachusetts. This was just last year. It was a game between Swampscott and Dighton. How do you say? Is it Rehoboth?

Yeah, Delaware. A player lifted a ball in the air while taking a shot on the goal. The ball hit the player on the opposing team right in the face. The girls screamed out. I mean, it broke her face.

This is just crazy. There's so many stories of this. There was a report that came out. A 28-page report that showed how women and girls are suffering dislocations. They are suffering broken bones because they're having to compete against much bigger, much heavier, much more muscular male athletes cosplaying as women. It was a group called Fair Play for Women.

They released a 28-page, well, well evidenced report. During a judo tournament, a six-foot plus man, who is super heavy, broke a woman's finger and dislocated the shoulder of another during a judo tournament. And a rugby team, female rugby players were forced to share an open shower with a male teammate who still has all his bits and is attracted to women but just identifies as a woman. One athlete at a school received numerous death threats and had to quit all sports because she raised concerns about competing against men much bigger and stronger than her who were cosplaying as women.

A 13-year-old girl was removed from her soccer team as goalkeeper and that position was given to a boy identifying as a girl. A rowing team, one university rower was forced to share changing rooms with a man who identified as a woman and another teammate was asked to share overnight accommodation with him. I mean, it goes on and on and on and on and on. Cyclists, runners, soccer players, rugby, rowing, volleyball, basketball, it goes on and on and on. This is a legitimate serious thing.

This is a legitimate serious thing. So how many more? I mean, there's all of these, there are all of these teams, all of these athletes coming forward. I mean, boxers, good heavens, because now isn't that what the Olympics are looking at? They're ending women's sports.

And this isn't about being accepted. This is, see again, this is another reason that I disagree with Nikki Haley on because remember back when she was on video saying this stuff, where she had said that, you know, all the government shouldn't get involved with the bathroom thing. That's when they were looking at having this bathroom ordinance. And she said that, oh, it should be between, you know, between the parents and their family and their doctor, etc., talking about, you know, unnecessary medical surgeries for trans. And she says, oh, this is, you know, you don't want to invite big government to get involved in this. Big government's already involved in this.

I wrote a whole piece about this over at Substack Chapter and Verse. This is what I'm talking about. You have women who are having their health altered permanently, women who are losing opportunities, women who are being removed from sports teams, women who are being physically injured.

We're talking broken bones, not hurt feelings here. So this goes beyond big government. They've already made their say in it. This is just shocking. But that video is something else.

I don't know. I got to tell y'all. I don't know how, because I'm a loud parent with sports. So when my, one of my kids ran cross country, I ran cross country in track and went to state and all that stuff when I was in school. And one of my kids ran cross country. This is the type of parent I am. I would go to the hardest parts of the map. And I'd hide in the bushes or the weeds or something whenever I'd see my kid coming around getting sluts when I pop up.

Because you know, those are the parts and I know because they still run this stuff. Those are the parts that you kind of you relax on a little bit. And then when people are there and they're watching, then you speed up and you get your normal stride back. Oh my gosh, I would like went everywhere. I got a wagon with like big wheels and I'd like cart around the other kid.

Oh man, it was something. We're loud parents. I don't know how anybody could be watching their kids playing. If that was my daughter that had gotten ripped to the ground like that, I would have beat his ass. Oh my gosh, it would have been on camera. I would have flown down to that court like a spider monkey. And I would have beaten him within an inch of his life. That boy may be six feet something plus, but I am meaner.

My meanness offsets that. I'd have beat him to death on the court. There's no way that would have happened because what he did was malicious.

That is ignorant. Now that girl, she had to literally go to the hospital. It wasn't for show. It wasn't for theater. It wasn't to try to play at victimhood.

I mean, did you see how hard her head at the floor? Good night. Our partners, our friends over at Keltex Sub 2K. I think I just need to go grab some range time.

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El Chapo's granddaughter, 18, joins the hunt for the Loch Ness Monster while in Scotland. I didn't have, you had that? I didn't have that.

I just threw a bunch of stuff on a car and I was like, this is never going to happen. And now I got bingo. What do I win? Nothing. You win nothing. You will own nothing.

You'll eat bugs and you win nothing. That's what happens. But for real, her dad is one of his kids, obviously. And she's been in Scotland and she went to a Johnnie Walker whiskey tasting.

And now she's apparently on a boat trip looking for Loch Ness. OK. You should probably dump some of them Fast and Furious guns in there, too. I'm just saying. I don't know who said that.

That wasn't me. Also, such a weird. Jeff Landry, the governor of Louisiana, has declared a state of emergency because of a police officer shortage. A severe one. He says it's severe. They have a major shortage of police across the state.

He said that it's affecting everything from new employees they can hire, payroll increases, everything. Good job, love. Good job. Severe, severe, severe shortages and emergency. Apparently, if people live in this valley and they follow five distinct diet and lifestyle habits, apparently they live for a really long time. And it means you got to go.

I'm going to try to say this. It is the Avgarq village. So it's like this isn't Hindu Kush located far north of Pakistan.

I don't think so. But anyway, they said the life expectancy there for some reason is like 100 years and they eat apricot seeds and oil, tons of oil, tons of apricot seeds. That's like apparently part of their like every meal they have. And every traditional Hunsai dish includes apricot oil and locals use hand-run machines. Used to it was all made by hand. Now they use hand-run machines. And I watched a video about this after I saw this headline because you put this in here.

And I was like, what? That's a real... Now I'm like interested in harvesting kernels from apricots. They said that all of the dried versions of the fruit help with altitude sickness. They have apricot soup. They cook all the food with the oil, even the meat. Even the meat is with apricot oil.

That actually sounds very interesting. They also never stop moving and they drink glacier water. It's called Hunza water. And it's filtered through layers of ice and rock and apparently it contains and it's like milky looking. That's what they drink that and they don't eat processed food.

So I need to get some glacier water and apricot seeds. This is what I'm hearing. An Alaskan man was sighted because he harassed a moose. Well, yeah, don't be a jack wagon. This guy harassed a young moose. He chased it in his four-wheeler. This dude's a jerk.

So he got sighted for doing it. Scared the poor thing half to death. Leave it alone. By the way, moose are huge and its parents are probably around there somewhere. Let's see. This... Anomohazu found 70 coins inside of this alligator stomach. You know, they're not wishing wells. Apparently they will eat them, but they actually had to do routine health checks.

They put that gator into surgery and they found 70 coins in this 36-year-old alligator stomach. So they successfully retrieved them. If white people hated cultural appropriation, then they shouldn't have created music because every form of music in America was stolen from black people. Rock and roll, jazz, blues, country, pop music. So if you have a problem with cultural appropriation, y'all created classical music. Y'all could have stuck with that. Yes. You know, because when I think of Slayer, my first thought is, wow, why was that appropriated? You know what? Honestly, though, there are some metal... No, I know. In living color, hi. That's a whole... Or living color.

That's a whole... I mean, that was very orchestral. Orchestral. Is that a word? Orchestral.

Orchestral. So yeah, you know, there's appropriation everywhere if you dig deep enough. Well, it's not appropriation.

It's appreciation. So this broad... Who the hell is this chick? I don't even know. I saw the soundbite and I was like, what?

If I can spare myself from talking about 2024 a little bit with the stupidity, then I will. First off, welcome back to the show. Dana Lash here, top of the second hour.

And it's good to be with you. You can listen coast to coast, stream the radio show in your neck of the woods. You can also as well watch the video component of it, Channel 347 Direct TV, YouTube, Facebook, all that good stuff. This chick is with... Oh, I know she's like, apparently... Well, I don't know. I read that she's with The Daily Show. I don't watch The Daily Show because it's not funny. And I just find it to be brain dead and boring and yawn. I'm just... Everybody has an axe to grind.

But she's apparently somebody with that. I don't know. And I don't care. Don't fill me in on everything else because I won't read it. And I'll press delete.

TL, too long, didn't read. Anyway, so she was saying that all the... First off, that's stupid, number one. Number two, if we really want to do this, do we really want to do this?

Do we really want to go this far? Because appropriation is appreciation and everybody takes from everybody. I mean, I don't even know why. Why did this conversation with them even come up? Don't answer.

It's probably something stupid, right? The left has been trying to work themselves into the belief that people are upset that Beyonce is coming out with a country music album. Nobody cares. Nobody cares. It's not a new thing. Hi.

I love these people that think that history began the day that they exited their mama's womb. But I'm gonna tell you something. Y'all need to be Googling yourself some Charlie pride, okay? Y'all need to be Googling yourselves a lot of people, if I'm being honest.

Good night. I don't get it. It's just mind blowing. So anyway, they were sitting here saying that all this is from it.

It's appreciation, not appropriation. And if we're going to go by that line, then I guess don't use the internet if you're not... Don't use the internet and supercomputers and that if you're not gay and British. Don't do it. Just saying.

Don't drink pasteurized milk unless you're French. Do we really want to do this? This is so stupid. Stop it. Shut up.

Gosh. It's all an unwinning argument intentionally. That's all it is. It's not even an argument.

It's just some dumb broad sharing his stupid opinion. That's what I mean. They create the argument that's unwinning. It's not an argument.

You're right. But it's only meant to divide. It's only going to get more stupid from here.

There is no reason to continue to engage in this at all. Why does it keep coming up? Because it's meant to divide.

That's their only goal. Division. Who says certain things to that stuff? Are you mad about Elvis? You realize that there was a thing kicking off at the time where a lot of people were marrying blues and country and jazz and all this stuff together, right? I'm so tired of this.

I hate everything. We both have been in the world of just our lives surrounded by musicians. That's just the way it's been. Black and white.

There was never been some sort of line of demarcation marked because of race that never, ever, ever came up. If she says, what's her name brought on Daily Show? No, I don't care. That's what she's called now. If she really believes that all music was stolen from her culture, please, I beg you, take back Green Day.

Indulge me for a moment. The one of the worst bands. First off, and everybody who's listened to the show for a little bit of time knows every now and then I go off on this. One of the worst bands I've ever heard. It is literally the attempt to polish a turd and put it out sonically defined, manifest into meat space.

It actually is. Their first album. Didn't you think they were British because they faked a British accent? They tried to act like they were British punk the whole time. And that wasn't totally horrific, but it was just, you know, it had catchy chord progression, the chorus, but it was basic. It was basic, like punk, like not don't think too hard stuff. It wasn't anything mind blowing. It wasn't anything enlightening.

And since then, pop punk is not punk. They are literally the establishment. And I'm so tired of hearing some 60 year old dude out there bitching a Monan about the establishment that he's part of.

Well, he's horribly playing power chords in a dimly lit subway station. Stop it. Nobody cares. Oh my gosh, it makes me want to cringe. It makes me cringe. It makes my, you're killing punk.

Stop it. If anybody wants to make fake arguments about appropriation, Green Day appropriated punk. Yeah, they did. There's a strong argument for that.

They appropriated the British accent with their first album that they released in what, 95, 96? Yeah, they totally did. I mean, we could sit here and do this all dang day. Let's talk about some other people that are horrible. Anyway, my whole point is that appreciation is not appropriation. No one's stealing something and not, I mean, this is, first off, you have to understand artistry.

And I guess you don't. This chick does, this broad does not understand artistry. This female does not understand artistry. There's, it's, it's, that is how art works.

It's particularly music. Everybody inspires everybody else and they go, I'm just so gosh, I'm so tired of the forever, forever victimization. Stop it. I'm just done. Thanks for tuning into today's edition of Dana Lash's Absurd Truth Podcast.
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