TRANTIFA: Trans swimmer Lia Thomas embraces identity as 'Antifa Super Soldier'

"Doesn't this make so much sense...." Riley Gaines said.

Lia Thomas, the trans-identifying biological male swimmer whose victories against females sparked movement to save women's sports, has come out as a supporter of "Trantifa."

Thomas was spotted in an Instagram post sporting an all-black outfit complete with a leather BDSM harness and a shirt bearing the slogan, "Antifa Super Soldier."

The Instagram post was shared by Thomas' partner, trans-identifying biological male Gwen Weiskopf. 

"She's back," Weiskopf wrote, tagging @liathimas.

The photo of Thomas in full "Trantifa" gear made its way to Twitter, where it was met with criticism.

"Doesn't this make so much sense...." NCAA women's swimmer Riley Gaines said. "I haven't specifically bashed Lia Thomas on anything (other than calling him an entitled narcissist which I stand by) because ultimately he was following the rules in place. But this is disturbing."

Trans violent militancy has become the main focus of Antifa, with many members believing that anyone who voices opposition to the edicts of trans ideology should be silenced or harmed. Some have even called for sexual violence against women in a twisted plot to get "revenge."

Merchandise hawked by Antifa-aligned creators has revealed the violent nature of the "Trantifa" movement. Products include patches and stickers featuring assault weapons on top of trans and Pride flags with the slogan "defend equality" below.

Thomas' descent into the world of "Trantifa" is not entirely surprising.

As the Daily Wire's Jack Crain and Riley Gaines reported earlier this year, Thomas has two Instagram accounts, one public, @liakthomas, and one private, @liathimas.

It was earlier revealed that Thomas had, using the private account, liked a number of posts about autogynephilia, "a male's propensity to be sexually aroused by the thought of himself as a female."

Weiskopf's account was public at the time, but has since gone private. A GoFundMe that raised nearly $2,000 for "gender-affirming breast augmentation surgery" suggests that Weiskopf underwent the procedure in February.
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