Miss Universe Pageant Files for Bankruptcy After Embracing Transgenderism

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There is a saying you’ve likely heard: Go woke, go broke. Well, it seems yet another company has made this true.

Enter JKN Global Group, who recently filed for bankruptcy and who owns the Miss Universe pageant.

If you haven’t heard, this year’s Miss Universe pageant will feature two transgender contestants: Miss Portugal and Miss Netherlands.

I say “Miss” only out of tradition. Clearly, neither is actually a miss or a woman.

To be sure, this is not the first year a trans contestant has been in the pageant. The first, “Miss” Spain, competed in 2018. It is noted that he didn’t make it very far. And this year’s two trans competitors aren’t likely to, either.


Well, as it turns out, people don’t really like watching men pretending to be women, and certainly not while they’re parading around in women’s swimwear.

Of course, none of this seems to matter to JKN Global Group’s CEO. After all, he calls himself ‘Anne’ Jakrajutatip and is a transgender activist from Thailand.

He purchased the pageant back in 2022 for around $20 million and since then has only encouraged wanna-be women to attempt to claim a title for women.

No wonder the company has gone bankrupt.

According to CNN, the actual or financial reason for the bankruptcy is unknown, although JKN did recently miss a September loan repayment of around $12 million.

One can only imagine that it has something to do with so many simply not accepting the transgender garbage that is being rammed down our throats.

It also likely has to do with viewership and sponsors. As Time Magazine pointed out, this year’s competition will be aired on Roku and Telemundo from El Salvador. It used to be aired on Fox.

Fox has since dropped it, noting that viewership for 2021’s pageant only reined in 2.7 million viewers. Just five years ago, and before trans competitors were allowed, viewership was up by more than 56 percent.

As I said, go woke, go broke…