January 7, 2020
I suspect this show will have more cast members than actual viewers.
Good thing Shlomo can afford it.
Josie Totah has been cast in the lead role for the upcoming reboot of Saved by the Bell.
The 18-year-old actress will play the role of Lexi and will also serve as a producer, PEOPLE confirms.
The character is described as “a beautiful, sharp-tongued cheerleader and the most popular girl at Bayside High who is both admired and feared by her fellow students,” according to The Hollywood Reporter, who first reported her casting.
Even if I were born blind, I still wouldn’t believe this self-mutilating sandmonkey faggot is “beautiful” in any sense of the word.
Nobody ever has or ever will, for that matter.
I don’t remember much from the original show – it’s been a very long time – but I do distinctly remember none of the girls looked like faggots in dresses.
Just look at that picture above, and then at what they’re replacing her with:
Amazing how much society could degrade in less than 30 years.
Totah, who has appeared in NBC’s Champions, as well as Glee and No Good Nick, came out as transgender in 2018 with an essay for Time magazine.
“My pronouns are she, her and hers. I identify as female, specifically as a transgender female. And my name is Josie Totah,” she wrote. She was previously known as J.J. Totah.
“This is not something that just happened. This is not a choice that I made,” Totah continued. “When I was five, long before I understood what the word gender meant, I would always tell my mother that I wished I were a girl. Since I could speak in full sentences, I was like, ‘Give me a dress!’ I always knew on some level that I was female.”
“When my friends and family call me Josie, it feels like I’m being seen,” Totah said, adding, “It’s something everyone wants, to feel understood.”
The actress also said that she doesn’t believe she was placed in the “wrong body,” but that “God made me transgender.”
“I don’t feel like there was a mistake made,” she wrote. “I believe that I am transgender to help people understand differences. It allows me to gain perspective, to be more accepting of others, because I know what it feels like to know you’re not like everyone else.”
Cutting your dick off is an enlightening spiritual experience, you stupid goyim.
Just try it, and you’ll see…
This is the dawn of a new age of trannyism.
We’re getting close to rock bottom, and the cleansing fire can’t come soon enough.