Caitlyn Jenner Blasts Nike for Making Transgender Dylan Mulvaney Paid Ambassador


Caitlyn Jennifer’s political action committee, “Fairness First”, already seems to be seeking action.

Jenner started the PAC to “fight radical gender ideology”, put parental rights first in education, and prevent boys from playing women’s sports.

Jenner expressed her dismay after learning that Dylan Mulvaney (a transgender influencer) is a paid ambassador of Nike.

“As someone that grew up in awe of what Phil Knight did, it is a shame to see such an iconic American company go so woke! We can be inclusive but not at the expense of the mass majority of people, and have some decency while being inclusive. This is an outrage,” the 1976 Olympic gold medalist tweeted.

“EQUALITY > INCLUSIVITY (STOP TRYING TO ERASE WOMEN). The differences between men and women are real and are a good thing! It doesn’t make trans ppl a bad thing, either. Why is it so black and white with the RADICAL RAINBOW MAFIA?!”

Jenner’s tweet was in response to another post that highlighted Nike’s signing Mulvaney. Jenner did however criticize Nike’s decision to reduce Allyson Felix’s original Nike deal by 70% following her pregnancy.

Mulvaney shared several Instagram photos that doubled up to be advertisements for Nike’s latest female sportswear Wednesday.

Jenner’s Fairness First website explains that it is a non-partisan organization with the intent to empower parental rights, especially in light of radical gender ideologies infiltrating kids in schools — especially sports — and especially in the classroom.

“We value the protection of young children and the parental rights that they go through indoctrinating school instruction, as well the unfair advantages of biological males playing against female athletes. ”

Jenner recently criticized Washington’s “woke” state for allowing transgender females to race against their female counterparts.

The student from Seattle finished 18th in the November 5,000-meter race with a time of 20.31.3. If she had been competing in the boys’ section, her time would have been 145th.

Jenner, who was a Fox News contributor, said that “We must keep things fair.” Jenner, a Fox News contributor at the time, stated that “This issue will not disappear.” However, Washington must make it more difficult for transgender people to identify as such and then attempt to compete with women.