Caitlyn Jenner got a scary pre-Halloween surprise when she read the news and realized some fucked up shit might be about to go down that might actually affect her. In light of the recent New York Times revelation that Caitlyn’s ex-BFF Trump and his cronies are tossing around a plan that would essentially bibbidi-bobbidi-boo trans people from existence (by setting everybody’s gender in stone at birth), Caitlyn was put in a sticky wicket! Cait’s has already mildly reprimanded Trump and passed her MAGA hat collection off to Kanye, but this time she really means business. According to People, the gloves are off! Caitlyn not only re-posted a popular message on Twitter AND Instagram, she also used her immense privilege and power to get People Magazine to run a quote. The world doesn’t need another hero, you guys. We have Caitlyn.
Here’s Caitlyn’s pastel colored battle cry. Joan of Arc 2018 went so far as to tag THE ACTUAL PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES! Can you believe?!?! What grit, what nerve!
— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) October 22, 2018
Caitlyn followed up this bold and self-sacrificing move (do you think she’s going to be invited to use the Women’s room at Trump Tower after this? I think not!), with a denouncement so stirring, so impassioned, and so urgent, it all but negates the time Caitlyn bragged about meeting with Paul Ryan and he wasn’t “not nice” to her face!
“The Trump administration has ferociously attacked my community again. Just as an FYI Mr. President— the military is the single largest employer of trans people in the world. This leaked memo is an unacceptable attack on my community,” Jenner, 68, told PEOPLE.
“We will not be erased!”
That does it, guys. Caitlyn’s solved it. Pack it up. Nothing more to see here. Those mid-term elections, forget ‘em! There’s no point. Caitlyn has already told the President TO HIS FACE (via Twitter and People Magazine) what she thinks of his whatever. I mean, Caitlyn doesn’t really need to be specific about anything, does she? Specificity is for poor people and uggos.