Mom Wears Cat Costume to Teach School Board a Big Lesson: ‘Reality Exists’


She wore the costume of a house cat, but the message came through with a roar.

A woman who caused a social media stir with a feline appearance before a school board meeting in Arizona in November took the cause to a national audience Tuesday on Fox News’ “Jesse Watters Primetime” to make a point about the absurdity of the “transgender” craze sweeping the country at the moment.

And make it clear that it has no place in the education system of the nation’s young.

Lindsey Graham, an outspoken activist who made headlines in 2020 battling the state of Oregon over coronavirus lockdown orders over a hair salon she owned in Salem, donned a full-body cat costume to speak last month to the board of Liberty Elementary School District No. 25 in the suburbs of Phoenix.


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She did it, she told Watters Tuesday, to dramatize a simple message: “Reality exists.”

That’s been a basis of Western philosophy going back at least to Aristotle, but it’s one that seems to have been lost in a 21st century miasma of make-believe in America.

It’s a premise that seems to be increasingly lost in a country where a strapping, broad-shouldered, barrel chested young man can call himself “Lia” and compete against women in the sport of swimming — and “win” a national championship, in a country where a “Miss America”-affiliated beauty pageant can be won by a stocky, 19-year-old man named Brian, and in a country where public school systems nationally appear determined to force a “transgender” agenda on their captive audiences of children.

But it’s a premise Graham brought to the school board meeting in dramatic fashion three weeks ago, and one she reiterated to Watters on Tuesday.

Check it out here:

“I’m a cat,” Graham told the board, dabbing briefly at her wrist with her tongue. “Meow, meow.

“I’m not a woman dressed as a cat. I am a cat … How many of you believe and confess that I’m a cat? … How many of you believe that…


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