In testimony in the most recent set of hearings, she called the concept of gender identity “anti-scientific, metaphysical nonsense,” according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Her accusers claim that because she identified herself as a nurse, her comments could impact people seeking care. She says that is not the case.
Tomorrow my witch trial is back on. Should a nurse be allowed to keep her job after saying that trans women are men? This is the Galileo affair of nursing.Please share, and tune in whenever you can. Link to join: https://t.co/pIGbX7CNRB Details: pic.twitter.com/6BCQ5EesIt — Amy Eileen Hamm (@preta_6) October 22, 2023
“Whether or not I agree with certain policies, I limit my advocacy for changing policies to outside of work,” she said.
TPM’s Amy Hamm @preta_6 was forced to testify under cross examination that women don’t have penises: “While I was being cross examined by … Lawyer Barbara Finley, she halted me at one point … through a fit and said I shouldn’t be allowed to say trans identified male.” pic.twitter.com/SligzyGpQA— Human Events (@HumanEvents) November 10, 2023
“I’m not transphobic. I don’t have any issue with trans people — it’s the infringement on women and children’s rights,” she said, saying that what she called a “fringe” movement of activists “is infringing on the rights of women and pushing institutions to adopt what are false and delusional beliefs.” However, she noted that hate has been directed at her. After receiving multiple death and rape threats, she is on leave from her Vancouver-areas hospital due to stress.
I abhor every individual or organization (CBC, BCCNM) that fakes compassion while abusing, defaming, controlling, and demeaning women who won’t go along with the blatant lies of gender ideology and the subsequent erosion of women’s rights & safety.They rely upon us feeling too… — Amy Eileen Hamm (@preta_6) November 11, 2023
Hamm said anonymous complaints are at the heart of the allegations against her, according to the Post Millennial. “So the persons who complained to the BCCNM about my off-duty conduct, one of whom is still anonymous, and the other who I had never met or worked with in my life, they also sent their complaints to my employer and I have since found out that other anonymous complainants have made similar complaints to my employer about about the advocacy that I do for women and children on my off duty time,” she said. “I’ve always kept my private life and my political views and private views very separate from my work life,” she added. “I never talk politics at work. And I actually found it distressing that, in this process, I lost the ability to do that,” Hamm said.
Before I started to use my voice, I felt trapped in a bad marriage, with many “friends” who probably saw me as meek and did not value or respect me. I was quiet and shy; public speaking seemed like a death sentence. If someone treated me poorly, I rarely stood up for myself. In…— Amy Eileen Hamm (@preta_6) November 9, 2023
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.