It’s not hard to imagine what drew Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and his husband, Chasten, together, considering that Mr. Chasten has just as much of a penchant for making rather inflammatory remarks.
Unsurprisingly, a number of these remarks is not only deeply divisive, but also devoid of factual commentary.
Like Chasten’s utterly ridiculous tweet, in which he somehow likened Dylan Mulvaney starring in a Bud Light social media campaign, to the tune of $50,000 per post, to civil rights movements.
“If you’re upset about a beer company supporting civil rights, you might want to start bottling your tears. LGBTQ people drink water, too. Gonna boycott that next?” Buttigieg arrogantly opined on Twitter.
For starters, how on earth is anyone entitled to a marketing campaign, especially one that pays a reported $50,000 per post of some self-proclaimed trans influencer?
Secondly, what kind of a bizarre challenge is Buttigieg even talking about?
Water, unlike Bud Light, is a universal resource and therefore has not engaged in completely absurd woke virtue signaling on the insanely biased Instagram platform.
So, no, Mr. Chasten, most people probably will not be boycotting water.
Needless to say, varied Twitter user responses were rather amused, to say the least.
“It’s not about civil rights. What civil rights is Mulvaney being deprived of?” one commenter remarked, while another laughed that she “must have missed that day of law school” in reference to civil rights.
Other commenters cut more to the chase, asking all the questions that real journalists should be asking of quite a few arrogant politicians.
“Do you think adults have a ‘civil right’ to chemically castrate minors? That’s what new state laws are prohibiting: the use of off-label drugs to sterilize & castrate minors, along w/permanently disfiguring surgeries. It is also a ‘right’ to give diet pills to anorexic teenagers?” the commenter asked pointedly.
The last question is especially telling, as most would not advocate encouraging the continuation of an eating disorder in a teenager … yet teenagers who want to switch genders are coddled to the nth degree and encouraged to undertake potentially irreversible procedures.
What about the “civil rights” of misguided teenagers?
Not to mention women themselves, as another user pointed out.
“The misogyny of the left is remarkable, especially in defense of their big money donors. Biological man is ‘Woman of the Year’. Biological men encouraged and enabled to deny women their private spaces and achievements, scholarships, and sponsorship opportunities from their sports. Where their true loyalty is, is plain to see,” the commenter remarked disgustedly.
Some commenters noted that their gay friends are totally fed up with transgender militancy in rather pithy posts.
“Hey, and it’s just LGB. All my gay friends are done with the rest of the circus show,” one commentary drawled.
Rather humorous, especially since Buttigieg’s husband is clearly pandering to the most progressive of the pack.
Including those who think young children should be subjected to sexually explicit material in school libraries.
During a self-aggrandizing appearance on “The View,” Chasten sniffed over banning indecent material for minors, perceiving this restriction as an “attack” on varied communities.
“it’s been a very well-coordinated, well-funded effort to attack the LGBTQ+ community, specifically with the book bans,” Chasten remarked angrily.
Funny. As it seems the Dems have launched “a very well-coordinated, well-funded effort” to destroy every freedom in America.
Author: Jane Jones