Candace delivers brutal truth to anyone feeling ‘unsafe’ because of her views: ‘I had a stalker…’


Firebrand conservative commentator Candace Owens has gone viral again, this time for explaining to a leftist why accepting transgender people’s delusions isn’t a wise idea.

Appearing at a Turning Point USA event this week at the University of Albany, she was asked what she thinks about transgender students at the school feeling “unsafe” because of her frank and honest rhetoric about biological sex.

Her reply was brutally honest and amazing, critics say.


“The idea that if somebody looks at a man and calls them a man, that they’re suddenly unsafe because they’ve created a false reality in their own head — yeah, I don’t abide by that,” she began.

To convey why not, she opened up again about the schizophrenic stalker who used to harass her.

“I had a stalker who had suffered from schizophrenia, and he very much believed that he and I were in a relationship. And he would send me about 100 emails a day. In the world of what you believe in your own head now needs to be accepted as reality, I would have had to marry him and raise my children with me,” she said.

“And me saying that this person needs to stay away from me and my family because there’s something wrong with him and he was threatening to kill me if I didn’t, you know, raise my child with him, that was reality,” she added.

The last time she spoke about her stalker was in December of 2022:

Continuing her answer, she linked it all together with the left and their inane demand for people to start accepting others’ delusions.

“The left is trying to make it seem that people who see reality for what it is are demented and are creating unsafe territory, and that’s not the truth. In fact, what I think is unsafe territory is for people to be affirmed in their delusions,” she explained.

“I wouldn’t follow you around and say, ‘Hey, you’re a male!’ Totally fine, go live your life as you want to live your life. But when you say that the way that you live your life now has to impact me, and I have to pretend that I see a woman, when clearly you are a man, I shouldn’t have to play that game,” she concluded.

Owens’ remarks have, as usual, gone viral and inspired widespread praise for its blunt honesty:

This is the second time Owens has gone viral this week alone. She went viral earlier when she told another triggered attendee at the event to “wear a helmet.”

This time she was asked what she’d say to “trans students who feel actively victimized by” her presence at the college.

“Life’s tough. Get a helmet, man. I’m too pregnant for this,” Owens responded, triggering massive applause from the sane people in the audience.

She later expounded further on Twitter, writing, “I am over 8 months pregnant with two toddlers at home,” she wrote. “If you are a 20-year-old adult who feels ‘actively victimized’ by my standing on stage to speak about social and economic conservatism, it is because your parents failed you, entirely. It is not my job to coddle adults.”



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