We need to tell the truth.
The radical LGBTIQA+ political movement has journalists and judges running scared.
An horrific sexual attack on a Melbourne woman walking home was carried out by a man identifying as a woman.
Yet the media and the judicial system portrayed it as woman-on-woman violence.
This is a dangerous lie.
What is worse is the man was a convicted paedophile before he began identifying as a woman.
Here’s how news.com.au reported the incident.
A Melbourne woman was walking home when another woman grabbed her and told her to “lie down and have sex with me” in a shocking attack.
Lisa Jones pleaded guilty to assault with intent to commit a sexual offence and sexual assault.
She was jailed for three years and three months in the County Court of Victoria on Tuesday.
The trouble is “Lisa Jones” is a bloke.
Why can’t we just tell the truth?
Reporting like this gives lesbians a bad name.
Tasmanian Liberal Senator Claire Chandler, one of the few politicians pushing back on radical LGBTIQA+ politics, wrote the following in an email to her supporters this week:
Jones is not a female. Jones is a male, and a convicted paedophile who had been deported to Australia after spending six years in a German prison for abusing a six-year-old girl. So, after what Judge Pardeep Tiwana described as a “brazen and opportunistic” attack against a complete stranger, why was the media’s priority is to make sure they don’t offend Jones and the lobby groups who insist that the feeling of sex offenders are more important than truth in reporting?
They care more that Lisa Jones feels “respected as a woman” than they care about accurately reporting a violent sexual assault in the streets of Melbourne.
This false reporting isn’t just an outrageous abuse of the truth. It’s an attempt to condition the public to accept that even when a male has multiple convictions for sexual assault against women and girls, we are supposed to prioritise the feelings of a paedophile over basic safeguarding principles.
The LGBTIQA+ political agenda is a danger to women and girls and must be stopped.
People struggling with gender dysphoria need our love and support, not the affirmation of a biological fiction that can have dangerous consequences for others.
Lyle Shelton is Director of Campaigns and Communications for the Christian Democratic Party. To keep in touch with Lyle and the CDP, sign up here.