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Join us for a conversation with US Senator, Coach Tommy Tuberville (R-AL).
Tuesday, February 27, 2024, at 12 PM (ET)
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I guess for a party that isn’t able to define what a woman is, it is no surprise that they can’t figure out that a 210-pound, 6-foot, 2 in. “biological male” might have a bit of a physical advantage over a 125 lb., 5-foot, 4 in. young woman. But for the average person, to see these mentally disturbed men beating up on defenseless females in what used to be women’s sports, it’s a travesty.

In 1972, when Title IX was passed, the idea that men pretending to be women would have the same protections as women themselves, would have been ridiculed. Yet, in 2024, people on the Left have redefined Title IX according to their own definitions and biases to allow for gender appropriation based on a completely unscientific theory of gender fluidity.

Sports agencies like the NCAA refuse to defend women and girls from the physical and, yes, sometimes, sexual abuse that comes with allowing men to compete as women, but to also mandate that these mentally ill men have access to women’s locker rooms and showers.

There used to be a statement on the Dept. of Education, Office of Civil Rights website that stated that Title IX Prohibits Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Where You Go to School.” That statement has been rescinded by the Dept. of Education. Someone, somewhere recognized that allowing men to shower and change with women and girls was, by any sane definition, sexual harassment.

Our guest on this week’s National Awakening Conference Call is leading the fight in Congress to defend women and girls from this barbaric redefinition of gender.

Senator Tommy Tuberville was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2020 and is currently serving his first term representing Alabama. However, his constituents still know him as Coach Tuberville, following his 40-year career coaching college football.

He spent 40 years in higher education as a college football coach, including stints as an Assistant Coach and Defensive-Coordinator at the University of Miami and Texas A&M, before being named the Head Coach at the University of Mississippi. In 1998, Tuberville was named Head Coach at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, where he coached for 11 years.

He led the Auburn Tigers to five western division titles and one SEC Championship, and he was named the 2004 National Coach of the Year. Tuberville also had Head Coaching stops at Texas Tech and Cincinnati. After the 2016 season, Tuberville retired as one of the top 50 most winning football coaches of all time. He joined ESPN as a full-time member of the broadcast staff, working side by side with hall of fame broadcaster Mike Patrick.

Sen. Tuberville was inspired to serve in Congress by his father, a World War II veteran and recipient of five Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart, who instilled in him the values of patriotism, work ethic, and grit. Tuberville has been called the “common-sense conservative,” focusing on battling against government overreach, fighting for the unborn, and passionately supporting the nation’s law enforcement and military. He has earned the reputation of a fighter for Alabamian’s values and is an accessible, responsive, and vocal leader in the U.S. Senate.

Sen. Tuberville lives in Auburn, Alabama, with his wife Suzanne, and they have two adult sons, Tucker and Troy.

Please join us for this stimulating, informative conversation.


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