Cynthia Yockey Is a Real Woman Battling the Trans Cult, and She Needs Your Help

The first time I met Cynthia Yockey was in the lobby of the Omni Shoreham Hotel at CPAC 2009, and her story fascinated me. Cynthia had been a Democrat, one of the PUMA (“Party Unity My A–”) women, supporters of Hillary Clinton in the 2008 primaries enraged by what they saw as the sexist tactics of Barack Obama’s campaign. Although most of the PUMAs eventually reconciled themselves to Obama’s nomination, Cynthia was so angry she decided to give conservatives a chance, and you can read her account of being welcomed with open arms at CPAC. (Among other things, I made sure she got invited to all the good parties.) Cynthia was part of the crowd at the gigantic Tea Party rally on the D.C. Mall in September 2009, and when I flew back from covering the 2012 Florida primary, she gave me a ride home from the airport. Cynthia was a friend of Andrew Breitbart, and more recently has become a one-woman army determined to battle the transgender cult…

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