Swalwell Calls Female Colleagues 6-Letter Word Over Trans Sports Bill – It Backfires


Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) is taking aim at his female Republican colleagues over their support of a bill involving transgender athletes.

Swalwell shared a video of House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.), flanked by several other female Republican lawmakers, speaking about the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act — which prohibits transgender athletes from competing on certain women’s sports teams.

He labeled them a six-letter word as he wrote, “These creeps want to invade our kids’ locker rooms.”

“I’m voting against it,” he added.

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Several Twitter users mocked the tweet.

Mike Hahn, the vice president of digital strategies for National Public Affairs, asked, “So you’re ok with men in girls’ locker rooms?”

Another user, tweeted, “No they don’t. They want to keep creepy men like you out of girls and women’s spaces including locker rooms.”

Another person wrote, “Swalwell thinks you are a ‘creep’ if you won’t let men in the locker room with your daughter.”

The conservative organization America First Works wrote, “This sitting Congressman wants men in girls’ locker rooms but is labeling WOMEN who oppose that as the creeps. Stunning lack of self-awareness.”

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Conservative radio host Jason Rantz chimed in, “Eric Swalwell wants biological men in women’s locker rooms and he calls anyone opposed a creep.”

“Eric wants biological men to decimate women’s sports, and share locker rooms with girls. Who is the creep?” asked filmmaker Dean Cain.

In a 219-203 vote on Thursday, the House passed the legislation.

It would prohibit transgender athletes from competing on sports teams that do not correspond to their biological sex in federally funded schools.

The Hill noted the bill would not “block transgender women and girls from training or practicing with female athletic programs ‘so long as no female is deprived of a roster spot on a team or sport, opportunity to participate in a practice or competition, scholarship, admission to an educational institution or other benefits.’”

It would also change Title IX, which is designed to prevent sex-based discrimination in education, to state that sex is “based solely on a person’s reproductive biology and genetics at birth.” 

It is not expected to pass the Senate.

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