In the dark spiral into New Underworld Order depravity, there sometimes appears a few signs of hope. Once in awhile, there are small wins for the natural order, which appears to be hanging tough and fighting the good fight.
As we have written before, the sistema has allowed transgender biological males to enter girls’ and women’s sports. These edge gamers are subsequently ruining competitive sports for biological females.
Girl power heroine Chelsea Mitchell, age 18, is a senior at Glastonbury High School in Connecticut. Along with fellow athletes Alanna Smith and Selina Soule and their respective families, they filed a Federal lawsuit against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference for allowing two biological males to compete in girls’ athletic competitions.
Those males went on win 15 women’s state championship titles formerly held by nine different girls.
Chelsea is currently ranked the fastest “biological girl” in Connecticut, but she has lost four girls’ state championships and two New England competitions to transgender competitors.
In 2019, Chelsea finished third in the 2019 state championship in the girls 55-meter indoor track competition behind transgender runners Terry Miller and Yearwood.
Before this year’s 55-meter state championship, she stated: “I knew that I was the fastest girl here, one of the fastest in the state. I remembered all my training and everything I had been taught on how to maximize my performance. …
“I thought of all the times that other girls have lost. I could feel the adrenaline in my blood and hope that wafted from me. That just possibly, I could win this.”
Here, girl hero Chelsea is shown overcoming the handicap placed against her, rising to the occasion and winning the event. She defeated transgender runner Miller in the Class S 55-meter dash with a time of 7.18 seconds in the state championships.
Chelsea also overcame the gender handicap and defeated her biological male competitors in the long jump and 300 meter events, both of which she won.
In a clown world, eyebrow-raising comment, Miller even inserted the race card into the equation, as if black athletes were a minimal factor in sports and track and field. – “There is a long history of excluding black girls from sport and policing our bodies,” he said.
To our eye, Chelsea won through better conditioning. Miller looks a little out of shape.
— Shawn McFarland (@McFarland_Shawn) February 14, 2020
In a rare, positive-note track on these pages, we came across more inspiring girl power.
There was a sprint event involving women over 100 years olds. Can you imagine?
Watch 102-year-old Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins break the world record. And her fellow great-grandmothers did super, too, in a three-girl power dash to the tape.
“I knew I could run because I’m always in the yard working, and when the phone rings,” Hawkins explained, “I go running inside to answer it.”
Wunderbar! Uplifting! Inspiring! You go, girls!