|Outrage as Caitlyn Jenner is Chosen for courage award over cancer Fighting Lauren Hill!|
It just shows how crazy the world has become when you choose Caitlyn Jenner over a person who courageously battled cancer while still manage to play for her basket ball team till she eventually died at just 18! I am talking about teenager Lauren Hill.You also have another man,a soldier who lost his arm and a leg in a road bomb blast in Iraq while serving,Noah Galloway is his name.He now competes in marathons and cross fit
events..also ran a 58 hour death race! How can Caitlyn Jenner be more courageous than this people?Don't get me wrong,i don't doubt Jenner has had her self battles against the demon within her,being trapped in a man's body..But how can you ever over look these two people i have just mentioned in a courageous award category and give it to Caitlyn Jenner? Absolutely crazy! The world has indeed gone PC mad! All those who voted for Caitlyn Jenner over Noah Galloway need to be examined!
When it was announced that Caitlyn Jenner was to be honored at next month’s ESPY’s with the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage. Jenner excitedly wrote on Twitter “What the hell am I going to wear?”
But now some are crying foul over ESPN’s decision to choose Jenner, 65, instead of Mount St. Joseph basketball player Lauren Hill, who courageously battled brain cancer while staying on the university team. The 19-year-old lost her fight against cancer on April 10.
|Outrage as Caitlyn Jenner is Chosen for courage award over cancer Fighting 19 yr old Lauren Hill!|
But Hill wasn't the only overlooked candidate people were made about. Iraq veteran Noah Galloway, who lost most of an arm and a leg fighting, but still competes in extreme sports and almost won this season's "Dancing With the Stars," also had hundreds of tweets from fans irate over Jenner's choice.
|Noah Galloway...came second to Caitlyn Jenner!|
ESPN would only say of their decision-making process that “many people are discussed every year,” and that "there is no such thing as a runner-up."
They also provided a written statement which said Jenner was chosen "to help move forward a constructive dialogue about progress and acceptance."