Will “Lia” Thomas
A second female Penn swimmer has bravely come forward and described how her fellow teammates were in tears after ‘transgender’ swimmer Lia Thomas crushed them in last weekend’s swim meet.
UPenn however is intimidating the female swimmers and telling them not to talk to the media about the Lia Thomas situation.
Lia Thomas, a transgender UPenn swimmer who competed for two full seasons as a man before ‘transitioning’ into a female, shattered women’s records in Akron, Ohio last weekend.
Thomas also finished one of the races 38 seconds ahead of the woman who finished in second place.
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Here’s Thomas before he ‘transitioned’ into a woman so he could beat the crap out of women in swim meets:
The girls on the swim team are in tears and according to sources who spoke to OutKick, Thomas was bragging about his big win.
“That was so easy, I was cruising,” Lia Thomas allegedly said after the 200 freestyle.
The source said Thomas was disappointed with his time after the 500 race, but boasted to his female teammates, “At least I’m still No. 1 in the country.”
Fox News reported:
Even after a Wednesday team meeting where a source says Penn administration “strongly advised” its swimmers to avoid talking to the media about the situation surrounding transgender Penn swimmer Lia Thomas, a second female Penn swimmer has stepped forward to speak out via an exclusive interview with OutKick.
The second female Penn swimmer to speak out, who was granted anonymity due to what is viewed as threats from the university, activists, and the political climate, wants people to know that Penn swimmers are “angry” over the lack of fairness in the sport as Lia Thomas destroys the record books and brings fellow teammates to tears.
The second Penn swimmer to come forward was at the University of Akron Zippy Invitational where she watched Lia Thomas beat fellow teammate Anna Kalandadze by 38 seconds in the 1650 freestyle. OutKick’s source described Penn swimmers on the Akron pool deck as upset and crying, knowing they were going to be demolished by Thomas.
“They feel so discouraged because no matter how much work they put in it, they’re going to lose. Usually, they can get behind the blocks and know they out-trained all their competitors and they’re going to win and give it all they’ve got,” the source said.
“Now they’re having to go behind the blocks knowing no matter what, they do not have the chance to win. I think that it’s really getting to everyone.”