Severe Blow to Transgenderists as ‘What Is a Woman’ Film Forces Twitter Resignation

The left’s vile transgender agenda suffered a severe multipronged blow in the past few days, thanks to the free showing on Twitter of the 90-minute documentary “What Is a Woman?”

This has, among other things, caused an executive of the social media platform owned by Elon Musk to resign in protest.

Lefties Tried to Censor It

Transgenderism has been making shocking inroads in today’s America on the watch of President Joe “Far Left” Biden.

While conservative pundit Matt Walsh has been exposing its moronic fallacies and blatant lies for quite some time, his new documentary produced by The Daily Wire – “What Is a Woman?” – is now causing a tremendous furor nationwide and even worldwide.

Walsh’s documentary, which was made available for free on Twitter, has practically become a sensation. It was watched 79 million times in the first 24 hours after its posting.

Two days later, it surpassed 133 million views, OANN reports.

The free showing of the truth-promoting, anti-transgenderism film on Twitter, which was allowed and endorsed by the platform’s owner, billionaire Elon Musk, led to the resignation of Ella Irwin, the company’s chief trust and safety official.

Luckily, Musk Stepped In

Irwin quit in protest over the movie’s streaming, she confirmed to Reuters. She took the trust and safety job in November 2022, succeeding the platform’s previous notorious far-left censor Yoel Roth.

The report reveals The Daily Wire, at first, decided to air “What Is a Woman?” to all at no charge for 24 hours. However, Irwin’s team censored the movie because it was “misgendering” transgender individuals.

The DW’s CEO, Jeremy Boreing, decided to post the documentary anyway. The matter caught the attention of Twitter’s owner Elon Musk, who said its censoring was a mistake and it should be “allowed.”

Musk went further by “chastising” the company’s trust and safety team – leading to the high-profile resignation.

After that, the billionaire promoted the video on his profile, declaring it should be seen by “every parent” out there. By Monday morning, “What Is a Woman?” amassed over 172 million views.

This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.