The city of Nashville has just elected its first transgender pretender to one seat on their metro city council. There were four seats up for grabs and this ‘dude-looks-like-a-lady‘ got one of them.
Here’s more from Townhall:
Nashville voters elected Tennessee’s first transgender lawmaker on Thursday, according to multiple reports.
NBC News reported that Olivia Hill, 57, who is “transgender,” won one of Nashville Metro Council’s seats after securing 12.9 percent of the vote. Hill reportedly served in the U.S. Navy for 10 years as an engineer before working as an engineer for Vanderbilt University.
In July, Hill said in a campaign video posted to X, formerly known as Twitter that the city is “under attack from right-wing conservatives who want to strip our rights.”
Congratulations to @Oliviafornash for becoming the first openly transgender person to the Nashville Council! This result sends a clear message to the anti-LGBTQ+ extremists in Tennessee and across the country: Trans people are not going anywhere. https://t.co/iTvg6RTCSA
— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) September 15, 2023
You might wonder how 12.9 percent of the vote would win you anything. But there were eight people running for four seats on the council and the transgender pretender edged out another candidate by .5%.
I don’t know a lot about Nashville but electing someone like this tells me just about everything I need to know.