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CNN: There’s No Way to Tell if a Baby Is a Boy or a Girl

Leftist 'news' network claims 'there is no consensus criteria for assigning sex at birth'

 on 1st April 2021 @ 1.00pm
cnn claims that it s not possible to tell whether a baby is a boy or a girl © press
CNN claims that it's not possible to tell whether a baby is a boy or a girl

Leftist "news" network CNN has claimed that it is not possible to tell whether a baby is born a boy or a girl.

On Tuesday, CNN triggered outrage by reporting that "it’s not possible to know a person’s gender identity at birth, and there is no consensus criteria for assigning sex at birth.”

CNN made the statement without evidence or a source for their radical claims.

The network made the declaration in an article highlighting executive orders from South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem.

Noem's orders ban biological male athletes from competing in women’s sports without an enforcement mechanism.

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Transgender athletes are dominating female sports

The article is advertised by the network as “news” written by CNN breaking news reporter Devan Cole, rather than opinion.

“Though the two executive orders signed by Noem do not explicitly mention transgender athletes, they reference the supposed harms of the participation of ‘males’ in women’s athletics,” Cole wrote, describing them as “an echo of the transphobic claim, cited in other similar legislative initiatives, that transgender women are not women.”

The orders, Cole continued, “also reference ‘biological sex,’ a disputed term that refers to the sex as listed on students’ original birth certificates.”

Male and female distinctions then, according to CNN, are a mirage of the imagination.

The same network ran ads encouraging viewers to identify certain fruits as they appear, in which apples and bananas were metaphorical symbols for facts, according to The Federalist.

The transcript and the ad are below:

This is an apple.

Some people might try to tell you that it’s a banana.

They might scream banana, banana, banana, over and over again.

They might put ‘BANANA’ in all caps.

You might even start to believe that this is a banana.

But it’s not.

This is an apple.


Noem signed the executive orders Monday to prohibit male competition in women’s sports in K-12 schools and institutions of higher education after spoiling her GOP star power this month when, at the behest of woke corporate interests, she vetoed legislation to accomplish that permanently, with opportunities for enforcement the executive orders do not have.

While Noem passed off on a “style and form” veto to send the bill back to the Republican-controlled statehouse, lawmakers overwhelmingly rejected the governor’s demanded changes, which gut the bill.

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The report is a response to Gov. Noem's orders to ban biological males from female sports

Noem’s executive orders, however, appear to lack the same legal teeth as laws passed by legislators. 

Scholars at the Alliance Defending Freedom, a First Amendment legal non-profit that has led the fight on protecting the integrity of women’s sports, condemned Noem’s orders as “a suggestion.”

University of South Dakota Political Science Professor Michael Card cast doubt on the governor’s orders, enforced through the state secretary of education, possessing the same authority as statehouse legislation.

“It’s not clear that the Secretary of Education can do much in that respect,” Card told KELO-TV, a local South Dakota outlet.

“Except, on a year by year basis, the school board can make that delegation, but it’s not clear the Secretary of Education can do that, again I’m not an attorney but that’s what the statute seems to read.”

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