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Hep C carrier presents reasonable argument against existence of LGBTQ+ people

Kid Rock

A 52-year-old Michigan man who insists on being referred to as a “kid” dislikes the fact that there are people who identify as LGBTQ+, a term that embraces diverse sexual and gender identities, such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and more, because it’s unpatriotic or something.

Disturbingly, this has become an increasingly popularly-held opinion among many experts within the profoundly stupid community in recent years. However, unlike most of those people, this suddenly once-again-relevant man who is rumored to be a former musician that once rose to prominence by forging a self-identity appropriated from other cultures, actually has fashioned what some dangerously addled individuals might consider a legitimate, compelling, articulate, fact-based, reasoned argument to support his views.

The middle-aged man who resembles what people who don’t watch porn think a porn star looks like elaborated his carefully curated thoughts for us.

“Grandpa’s feeling a little frisky today — let me say something to all of you and be as clear and concise as possible,” he said, followed by shooting a table holding three cases of Bud Light brand beer with a semi-automatic rifle. “F— Bud Light. F— Anheuser-Busch. Have a terrific day.”

He then strode off, displaying the kind of self-righteous and confident swagger one might expect to see from a professional athlete after scoring the winning points in a sports championship or James Bond after killing a villain bent on destroying the moon.

“Well, when he puts it that way, it’s kind of hard to argue,” said comedian, actor and transgender rights activist Dylan Mulvaney.

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