This ESPN host went off-script and slammed one insane Democrat policy on live TV

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Democrats may have finally pushed too far.

The pushback against fringe radical left-wing ideas appears to have finally arrived.

And now this ESPN host went off-script and slammed one insane Democrat policy on live TV.

Democrats have been nudging Americans to the radical Left for decades, but they may have finally turned up the heat too quickly

Now, frogs are jumping out of the boiling pot.

The media has aggressively pushed to get Americans on board with radical transgenderism, but more and more people are not buying it.

The Biden regime, which has gone all-in on the fringe “gender-affirming” care agenda, split the proverbial baby on the issue of males competing in female sports.

Recently, President Joe Biden announced that transgender and nonbinary children could compete in whichever division they wanted in K-8, but high school and collegiate sports would be sex-segregated.

University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas, a “fully intact” biological male – as his female competitors who shared a locker room with him put it – who identifies as a woman, made a mockery of women’s sports when the NCAA chose to crown him its national champion in women’s swimming despite tying with female swimmer Riley Gaines.

And that was after Thomas was a middling-at-best swimmer when he competed against his fellow males the year prior.

Thomas recently called on the Biden regime to do more, which spurred ESPN host Samantha Ponder to speak out.

“This would take away so many opportunities for biological women and girls in sports,” Ponder wrote in response. “It is a shame that we are needing to fight for the integrity of Title IX in 2023 and the reason it was needed in the first place. #savewomensports.”

Ponder’s response was surprising considering ESPN has gone completely “woke,” and in the past, she bent the knee on drummed up issues regarding race in the NFL.

For example, Ponder previously cried on-air after former Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden’s leaked private emails were exposed, revealing that he used unsavory language.

The straw that broke the camel’s back may have been the aforementioned Riley Gaines, the former University of Kentucky swimmer who was denied the NCAA women’s swimming national championship by the collegiate athletics monopoly in favor of Thomas.

Gaines has become an out-spoken advocate for protecting women’s sports, crisscrossing the country to tell her story.

And during a recent speech at San Francisco State University, Gaines was physically attacked and literally held hostage by the left-wing outrage mob, who would have clearly been happy to literally murder her had it not been for the actions of a couple of police officers.

After the infuriating attack on Gaines, ESPN host Sage Steele – one of the few remaining unabashed conservatives at the network – denounced the violent attack and called on other women to speak up.

Recently, Lia Thomas was honored on ESPN during Women’s History Month, and Steele was the only woman at the network to say anything about it.

With Ponder speaking out, perhaps others will do so as well.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.