NOTE: The following article is satire, not a statement of fact. Treat it as such.
Things at a pro-women’s rights summit in Morocco turned from cringe to chaos when Dr. Jill Biden arrived and, as is her wont, caused chaos and fury by making the event all about her views and what she wanted. She did so by being one of the few Americans willing to try and spread “Pride” month to the Middle East and North Africa, an effort that resulted in disaster.
She did so in what would have been the middle of her speech to the assembly, but instead ended up being toward the end because of the riot that resulted. She first introduced the “trans women” topic by saying:
And while we have never been silent, women have been silenced. With violence. With hate, discrimination, and isolation. With work and care that is never done.
For many women around the world, simply raising their voice is a struggle. But here, with survivors and advocates, cooperative leaders and entrepreneurs, we are reminded that this sisterhood cannot be silenced.
We’re reminded that when women come together to mentor and mend, to heal and hope, to tell our stories—we can rewrite the narratives of injustice and inequality. We can pen a future for all of us that is new and beautiful and bold.
When women earn money, we invest it in our families. When women are educated, they pass on that love of learning to their children. We become mentors and help others find success as well. We create jobs. When women have the ability to participate fully in society, we create more peaceful, stable places to live.
Then things took a sharp turn to the wild side when Dr. Jill said, “And this is important…very, very important, for all of you here to understand. In fact, it’s important for everyone in the world to understand and the signal reason why we’re fighting the reactionary Russians in Ukraine. And what is that? The fact that trans women are women. They’re not men turned to women and certainly not men, they’re women. Now you might ask, ‘how do you know that? Why is a Yankee over here defining women in a novel way to me?’ Well, let me tell you. I’m a doctor. I’m a woman. I know women. And what I know is that, regardless of what the Quaran or other religious books say, what really matters is how someone feels. Science, morality, mental health…all of that fades in the face of how things make people feel, and trans people feel spat upon when you don’t respect them as men or women, whatever they say they are..I mean whatever they actually are.”
“WE feel spat upon from your lies,” one member of the crowd cried out while throwing a chair at Dr. Jill. The chair missed her but she was quickly evacuated.