First ‘Transgender’ Wins Legislative Seat in Virginia

Liberal progressives “made history” Tuesday night with the election of “transgender” Democrat Daniel “Danica” Roem to the Virginia Legislature, defeating one of the commonwealth’s staunchest social conservative delegates, incumbent Bob Marshall. Roem is now delegate-elect for Virginia’s 13th House of Delegates district.

While LGBT activists are thrilled that Roem is the first-ever “transgender” state legislator, conservatives in Virginia should be concerned that a man who defended life, family, bathroom privacy, and religious liberty just got replaced by someone the Human Rights Campaign supports.

Said Terry Schilling, executive director of American Principles Project, “This is what happens when the radical transgender lobby pours more than $600,000 into a small state race and conservative donors largely sit the race out—Democrats cruise to victory and claim a mandate on an issue they were too afraid to outwardly campaign on.” Let this not be the case in Tennessee, where every last vote is needed to protect our conservative values.

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