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Riley Gaines Calls Out College Administrator for Making ‘Cowardly’ Gesture Behind Her During Commencement Speech

History is full of heroes who have been willing to die for what they believe. From Christian martyrs to civil rights leaders, those who believe strongly enough about their cause are not afraid to speak out boldly in full view of their enemies and face whatever consequences their actions may bring.

But what we have witnessed lately on college campuses are crowds of protesters hiding behind masks and keffiyehs, revealing that today, modern leftists are only brave as long as no one can see them.

On Sunday, one trans-activist showed the same lack of character during a commencement address by former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines at Adrian College in Michigan, according to The Daily Mail.

The choice of Gaines as speaker sparked controversy, as she has become a national figure for her outspoken opposition to men who identify as women competing in women’s sports, according to Fox News.

During Gaines’ commencement speech, one administrator decided to protest by draping himself in a trans flag — but only when Riley wasn’t looking.

Gaines took to social media to call out the cowardly actions of the unidentified administrator, who draped a transgender flag over his shoulders as Gaines took the podium, only to remove it before she turned back around after her speech concluded.

“I just watched back my commencement speech at Adrian College,” Gaines wrote.

“In truly cowardly fashion, the administrator behind me cloaked himself in a trans flag only after I got to the podium and removed it before I turned back around to see. Nonetheless, I got a standing ovation from the graduates and friends + families in attendance. Thanks to Adrian College for the invitation!” she said.

“The coward couldn’t even oppose you directly, he had to do it behind your back, in “secret.” What a looooooooser,” one commenter wrote.

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