This is the moment comedian Alex Stein attends a Texas council meeting in a women’s swimsuit to bemoan that he is not being allowed to “compete against the ladies” like transgender swimmer Lia Thomas.
Stein, who recently went viral for his “Vladimir must die” rap song calling on people to “go insane for Ukraine” and “put a bullet in Putin’s brain”, shared the clip on Twitter for his 72,000 followers.
However, despite claiming that Twitter has been “silencing” his trans post, the video has also gone viral, with 1.3 million views in one day.
He shared the clip with the message: “Twitter is silencing this video as sensitive content when they literally allow pornography on this app.”
According to reports, Stein attended a Plano City Council meeting in a women’s swimsuit to bemoan that he is not being allowed to “compete against the ladies” like transgender swimmer Lia Thomas.
During the council meeting, he says: “I’m trying to compete! And yes, I was born a boy. So what, guys? This is 2022. It doesn’t matter what you were born.”
“[Supreme Court nominee] Ketanji Brown Jackson even said she doesn’t even know what a woman is, so then I’m a woman!”
In the video, Stein holds up a photograph of Lia Thomas, a biological male who has broken a number of records after being allowed to take part in the women’s swimming division of the NCAA, and says: “I’m sick of these women, ‘oh you have an unfair advantage.’ Yeah right! And, I’m mentally ill, and they won’t even let me compete in the Special Olympics.
“Tell the City of Plano swim league to let me compete against the ladies. I’ve been on hormone blockers for nearly two weeks now, and like I said, I’m so messed up from them that I’m probably going to lose anyway.”
It was not the first time that Stein has trolled Plano City Council meetings. Last month, the comedian went viral for his “Vladimir must die” rap on 15th March.
In the video, the comedian, who introduces himself in the footage as “Primetime 99 Alex Stein”, saunters up to the lectern and says: “I want to take a moment to think about the people of Ukraine and what they’re going through, so I’ve prepared a little song for them.”
He then proceeds to set up his background music with his phone while saying that he wants to help the Ukrainian people. Stein then embarks on his rap song.
He calls on people to “go insane for Ukraine” and to “put a bullet in Putin’s brain”.
He also complains that “gas prices are too high” and that “Putin has got to die”.
Repeatedly calling for someone to “put a bullet in Putin’s head”, Stein then appears to segue into some rhymes about his support for the vaccine, presumably in reference to the coronavirus pandemic.
He then shifts his focus back to Putin, calling him “a racist”. Shouting into the microphone and distorting the sound, the comedian appears to amuse the council members, with the nine people seated around the round table apparently smiling and enjoying the performance, although one woman sat behind him can be seen apparently cringing.
Stein then says that Ukrainian President Volodymyr “Zelenskyy is a VIP” before singing “Ukraine and I go insane. Put a bullet in Putin’s brain!”
He then reverts to singing about the coronavirus vaccine, holding up some sanitiser and saying that he has “the Pfizer”.
He adds: “You know I stick it in my vein. Put a bullet in Putin’s brain! Go in for Ukraine before I go insane!”