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Apparently Dylan Mulvaney believes America is no longer a safe place for him. The Bud Light fiasco (that was ironically supposed to show support for the transgender movement) resulted in such serious backlash that the trans influencer had to “leave [his] country to feel safe.”
Well, that's what he says anyway.
“I think the ‘verbal violence’ is what made [Mulvaney] flee,” Sara Gonzales says in reference to Megan Rapinoe’s recent comment that Dave Chappelle’s “jokes about trans people directly [lead] to violence, whether it’s verbal or otherwise.”
“Verbal violence isn’t a thing,” Stu retorts. “Words are not violence.”
“Sticks and stones may break our bones, but words will never hurt us,” he continues, citing the age-old schoolboy rhyme.
Clearly Mulvaney is unfamiliar with that verse, but that’s okay because he’s found sanctuary in Peru, where the people are “so kind” and the llamas abound.
He’s even enjoyed “10 years' worth of therapy” through his participation in shaman ceremonies.
But there’s a reckoning coming that will inevitably rain on Mulvaney’s Peruvian adventures.
“They do not allow same-sex marriage” in Peru, Sara points out.
Looks like the influencer may be in for a rude awakening once he discovers that it’s a “much worse situation for LGBTQ freedom” in Peru than it is in America.
“This is just a heaping pile of stupidity,” Stu says.
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