‘South Park’ Causes a Stir With Trans Athlete Based On Randy “Macho Man” Savage
South Park had a character based off Randy "Macho Man" Savage as a transgender athlete participating in a Strong Woman competition.
Nothing is off limits for ‘South Park’. The long-running Comedy Central show makes fun of everyone. They are definitely not politically correct and that’s why fans keep returning to the show season after season. The latest episode got immediate laughs from people who appreciate humor while skewering one of the left’s favorite pet projects – transgender athletes.
Transgendered Athletes And Science
Biological men have an athletic advantage over women. Allowing transgender women to participate in women’s sports really gives biological women the shaft.
But, that doesn’t matter to transgender activists. They are more concerned with feelings than actual science and biology.
Transgender women have the ability to dominate women’s sports because they are in fact biological men. ‘South Park’ – and people who appreciate science – understand this.
@SouthPark you could've used any old school wrestler in the world..but you chose randy savage to be a transgender? I love it! that was the best macho man impression I've ever heard, this episode made me laugh so hard, my whole side hurts even after the credits rolled #SouthPark
— Tritt (@jake_tritt78) November 14, 2019
Randy “Macho Man” Savage Character
In typical ‘South Park’ fashion, they went to a hilarious extreme to prove a point. A character, named Heather Swanson, is based off the former WWF wrestler Randy “Macho Man” Savage and participates in the Strong Woman competition.
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Heather conveniently transitioned to be a woman just a few weeks prior to the competition. Thus competitor Heather didn’t appear to have any sort of feminine features or behavior.
@TheSchmoedown @KristianHarloff @kevsmets @ReillyAround @markellislive @KaiserSaysSo Tonight's #SouthPark Transgender Athletes, Gender-IDs; & The boys PO'D girls are into gaming. (Then I hear a reporter interview the "strong woman who won outdoor contest w/ #MachoMan's voice LOL pic.twitter.com/WX3TXcKhMm
— Edward Herrel (@haskell420) November 14, 2019
‘South Park’ Elementary’s Vice Principal was participating in the Strong Woman competition with the very burly Heather Swanson.
Before Vice Principal Strong Woman fights to retain her title at the “Strong Woman Competition,” she is interviewed how she feels about her trans competitor, named Heather.
“[It’s] amazing. I feel honored to be a part of history, says Strong Woman. “I have a lot of incredible trans friends who are athletes, and so we’re all inspired this woman’s competing.”
When the interviewer, named Perry, points out that her competitor is not the average trans woman, calls him “kind of bigoted.”
Perry goes on to ask Heather how she feels about competing as a woman, pointing out the fact she only transitioned two weeks ago.
“I’m not here to talk about my transition. I’m here to kick some fuckin’ ass,” he responds. “Let me tell you something… I’m gonna roll up the other women here, and I’m gonna smoke ’em. I am the strongest woman this state has ever seen!”
You have to watch the hilarious clip in the tweet below.
As you can imagine, “Heather Swanson” cleaned up at the event and left one woman with a black eye.
— Kelly McKenzie (@XXmnkypaws) November 14, 2019
Cue The Outrage
As you can imagine, the far left essentially developed blisters from clutching their pearls so hard over this ‘South Park’ episode.
Pink News declared that ‘South’ Park “sinks to new lows with jokes about trans athletes”.
The tweet below from one enraged activist is typical of what you would expect. They believe this hysterical episode of ‘South Park’ is hateful.
@SouthPark have abused their power over trans women in sports by ridiculing trans athletes.
Their hate is on show,
By creating the character of Heather Swanson, a faux trans woman who looks & sounds just like the late wrestler Randy Savage.https://t.co/wzJYWZXLLF
— Josi ❄️#FBPE (@Twosidesofacoin) November 14, 2019
Comedy is able to drive a point home and ‘South Park’ certainly did it in this episode. They highlighted the absurdity of allowing any man claiming he identifies as a woman to participate in women’s athletic events.
Trans Athletes In Real Life
One English rapper credited his viral deadlift tweet with inspiring the latest controversial ‘South Park’ episode. Check it out and you decide.
I sense that the South Park writers saw my viral deadlift tweet… 😂 https://t.co/koZ3adiQK4
— ZUBY: (@ZubyMusic) November 14, 2019
Zuby is referencing his February 2019 video tweet where he “DESTROY”ed the British Women’s deadlifting record … while identifying as a woman, of course.
I keep hearing about how biological men don’t have any physical strength advantage over women in 2019…
So watch me DESTROY the British Women’s deadlift record without trying.
P.S. I identified as a woman whilst lifting the weight. Don’t be a bigot. 😂 pic.twitter.com/dYRraHCB42
— ZUBY: (@ZubyMusic) February 26, 2019