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WOKE: CW’s ‘Supergirl’ Protects Trans Community From Supposed Epidemic of Assaults

First off let me say that I don't watch any TV outside of cable news and I only do that so you don't have to. Yes I watch a couple things are Amazon Prime or Hulu every now and then, but very little outside of that. Despite this fact, it still really bugs me to know this stuff exists out there.

On CW's 'Supergirl', a trans superhero called Nia Nal promotes several false woke narratives that are popular on the left but lack any evidence. For exmaple:

Kara: Look, I...I know this is a personal attack, but you have to trust that when we find this guy the cops are gonna put him behind bars.

Nia: Kara, I love you, but do not tell me what I can and can't do right now. There is no catching this guy and redeeming him. There is no hope speech that can make this better.

Kara: Nia...

Nia: No. Look, my community is vulnerable. This happens more than you could possibly know. And there are guys just like this jerk out there who want to hurt us. They want us to hide and to be afraid to be who we are. They want us to disappear, and it happens...every day.

Kara: I know, and what this guy did is horrible—

Nia: He's not the first, and he won't be the last. And we haven't exactly been a priority for the cops. So, just trust me when I say that I am the one protecting this community. And now this bastard is going after my community, trying to erase me? No. No, this guy is over.

Come on! There is no epidemic of tans hate crimes in this country. In 2019 there were 20 trans murders, but these involved personal disputes, not hate crimes. That's not to say trans people don't receive hate, I'm sure some do, but to paint it as some kind of normal occurrence is incredibly misleading.

On the other hand, I keep seeing examples of trans people attacking others.

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