by Kelen McBreen

Transgender activist from Argentina steals spotlight from real women

First Lady Jill Biden on Wednesday slapped women across the globe in the face by honoring a biological male with an “International Women Of Courage Award.”

Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken hosted the 17th annual International Women of Courage Award Ceremony, which took place at the White House for the first time.

Alba Rueda, a transgender activist from Argentina, was among the eleven people awarded at the event.

The announcer at the ceremony even introduced Rueda as “a transgender woman who was kicked out of classrooms, barred from taking exams, refused job opportunities, subjected to violence and rejected from her family.”

Twitter users responded with harsh criticism of the White House’s decision to honor a biological male on a day meant to recognize the women of the world.

One person called the stunt “insulting to women everywhere” and labeled Jill Biden the “worst First Lady ever.”

Another Twitter user said the Bidens are “making a mockery out of women.”

In a move intended to celebrate females, one Twitter user noted, “the Biden administration is ERASING WOMEN.”

The pathetic attempt at virtue signaling by the White House came on the heels of Jill Biden’s recent primetime special on CNN, which performed poorly as the network’s usual average viewership for that time slot dropped by nearly half.