Riley Gaines details reason behind CHAOS at Penn State prior cancelation of her speech for “Real Women’s Day” celebration
Riley Gaines explains why chaos ensued at Penn University during the day of her speech. She delves further into matters, giving update on latest info.
Riley Gaines [Image Credit- Liberty University]
During Riley Gaines‘ visit to Penn State University on Tuesday, two individuals were intercepted by the police for causing a commotion. This information was disseminated via videos on various social media platforms. The College Fix shares videos on X, previously referred to as Twitter, depicting two individuals approaching a table on campus. Gaines was expected to attend the Real Women’s Day rally at this table. The table is being disturbed as someone is purposely knocking things off.
A sign held by someone resulted in another individual berating them and labeling them as transphobic. Subsequently, the table is flipped upside down by the individual. Upon nearing two individuals, it gives the impression that a police officer is making an effort to detain one of them. The individual being approached firmly states, “Please refrain from touching me in such a manner.”
“Could you kindly let go of me?” the person keeps saying and also insults the officer by calling them with bad words. The officer acknowledges that the other person is under their custody. At that moment, the video captures two individuals in handcuffs standing beside a police vehicle.
The person who was previously observing inquires about the reason for their arrest, to which the officer responds that it is due to their inappropriate actions. Fox News Digital was informed via text message by Gaines that two individuals were apprehended on Tuesday. The police department at the university was not swift in providing a comment to Fox News Digital’s inquiry.
In a video they recorded before being apprehended, one of them sought out numerous individuals and hurled offensive slurs at them. Numerous individuals attended Gaines’ speech and exclaimed the lives of transgender individuals are important. According to Gaines, her event was canceled by the university, but the university contradicted this claim in an email to Fox News Digital.
In a video created by a former student-athlete, it was mentioned by Neeli Bendapudi, the President of Penn State, that due to its public institution status, the university is bound by the First Amendment, thus necessitating the inclusion of speakers who might express controversial or hateful opinions. Another faculty member from the institution also pointed out that Gaines has been actively advocating for offensive concepts and spreading negative messages.
Riley Gaines reveals reason for making October 10 as Women’s Day
Riley Gaines recently discussed how ESPN commended the resilience and fortitude of Lia Thomas, a transgender female swimmer, in a one-week-old video. In addition, she brought up other instances where alternative channels recognized transgender women as biologically female.
To pay tribute to and celebrate genuine women in a meaningful manner, Gaines devised the concept of Real Women’s Day with a specific purpose in mind. After consulting numerous books and websites, she eventually discovered the ideal date for the day to be October 10.
Riley Gaines explained the reasoning behind her choice of that particular date. What is the reason for selecting October 10th? October 10th marks the tenth day in the sequence of the tenth month. XX is the representation of this in Roman numerals. Those who have acquired knowledge in fifth-grade biology may recall that XX symbolizes the female chromosome. She stated.
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