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Bathroom bill makes BETO break promise to not swear 🤬

Known for dropping F-bombs during live TV events, Beto made a promise to stop cursing in public speeches. However, he broke that promise when the topic of bigoted anti-trans laws came up at a recent town hall held in Alexandria, Virginia.

Expressing outrage over Republican-led anti-LGBTQI bills, Beto exclaimed, “In Texas, we just evaded a transgender bathroom bill! Seriously! After all the shit – sorry, the STUFF that’s happened!” At that point, the presidential candidate realized he’d just cursed, and his audience erupted in both laughter and applause.

Beto continued:

All the stuff that happened in North Carolina.

Trying to scare parents about transgender children though transgender children are more likely to be the victims, not the perpetrators of an attack.

This president turning his back on the surface of transgender service members, we don’t not know how many times they have sacrificed their lives, how many times they have saved the lives of others.

At every turn in this country’s history, we said if we integrate the armed forces by race, it would make us weaker, by sexual orientation, it will make us weaker — it has made us stronger every time!

Watch the moment below:

According to a recent Quinnipiac poll, Beto has a third-place ranking, behind Bernie and Biden:

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Cristan Williams is a trans historian and pioneer in addressing the practical needs of underserved communities. She started the first trans homeless shelter in Texas and co-founded the first federally funded housing-first homeless program, pioneered affordable health care for trans people in the Houston area, won the right for trans people to change their gender on Texas ID prior to surgery, started numerous trans social service programs and founded the Transgender Center as well as the Transgender Archives. She has published short stories, academic chapters and papers, and numerous articles for both print and digital magazines. She received numerous awards for her advocacy and has presented at universities throughout the nation, served on several governmental committees and CBO boards, is the Editor of the TransAdvocate, and is a founding board member of the Transgender Foundation of America and the Bee Busy Wellness Center.

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