MSM Dubs Amy Schneider Best Female Jeopardy Player, But Is He Really?

Liberals just can’t help themselves. The MSM is trying to make a big deal about a confused man who appeared on Jeopardy! and won 20 times. And that’s fine if it were just that and they said ‘transwoman wins 20 times,’ or ‘Amy Schneider win 20 times.’ But they instead claimed that Amy Schneider was breaking all sorts of female records on the show, and that’s just not true since Schneider is not a woman…

Last week, the transgender trivia whiz passed Julia Collins’ 2014 streak of 20 consecutive wins, the most by a female player, prompting media outlets to crown Ms. Schneider “the show’s winningest woman,” as The Washington Post put it.

“On Wednesday, Ms. Schneider, 42, an engineering manager from Oakland, Calif., became the first woman in the show’s history to achieve 21 consecutive wins,” said the New York Times.

Yahoo! Entertainment credited Ms. Schneider with “the longest winning streak by any female player.”

Days earlier, NBC News declared her the show’s “top female earner” after she passed Larissa Kelly’s total all-time winnings of $655,930 with her Dec. 24 victory. Ms. Schneider also has exceeded Ms. Collins’ regular-season earnings mark, according to the show’s website.

“Amy Schneider continues streak as highest-earning and longest-winning woman in ‘Jeopardy!’ history,” tweeted “CBS Sunday Morning.”

What rankles critics is not the idea that Ms. Schneider has an unfair biological advantage — a complaint often leveled against transgender athletes in women’s sports — but that she has usurped an honor intended for a female-born contestant.

As conservative pundit Ben Shapiro quipped on Twitter, “Many of the most accomplished women are now men.”

Not the Bee, the satirical Babylon Bee’s news site, said in a Wednesday post that “it is now an undeniable fact that, if a woman wants to claim the title of the highest-earning female competitor on this game show, she’s … going to have to beat a man for the title.”

“You kinda gotta laugh about that, at least before you cry about it,” said Not the Bee.”

Jeopardy! has had plenty of female and male contests, but so far Ken Jennings is their all-time winner at 74 wins in a row, and he has made $4.5 million dollars on the show. So Schneider’s record is not really a big deal unless you claim that he is female.

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