Dylan Mulvaney has resurfaced this week after totally wrecking the Bud Light brand name and costing at least two people their jobs. Well, to be more accurate, an Oct. 2022 video of Mulvaney calling for people to be arrested for using the wrong pronouns has resurfaced.
In the clip, Mulvaney, who is a 26-year-old biological male now claiming to be a girl, takes exception to “conservative news outlets” calling “me a man over and over.”
“Like, the articles written about me using ‘he’ pronouns and calling me a man over and over again, I feel like that should be illegal. I don’t know, that’s just bad journalism,” he said.
It was all more than actor James Woods could bear. He shared a clip of the video online and tweeted, “Illegal? Luckily for you, little fella, Democrat DA’s have time on their hands, since most don’t prosecute real crimes anymore. Maybe they’ll hunt down and arrest these ‘pronoun criminals’ before your next period.”
Illegal? Luckily for you, little fella, Democrat DA’s have time on their hands, since most don’t prosecute real crimes anymore. Maybe they’ll hunt down and arrest these “pronoun criminals” before your next period. pic.twitter.com/9EPbjWvL3Q
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) April 28, 2023
Sadly, at the rate we are going here in America, it may not be long before Mulvaney’s wish comes true.
Considering himself to be a transgender activist, Mulvaney exploded on the scene with his “Days of Girlhood” ruse, where he essentially mocks women while presenting as a little girl, using over-the-top stereotypes that women have spent decades trying to overcome.
In a longer clip of the TikTok video, Mulvaney said the misgendering is “even worse” than “transphobes” accusing him of being a “child predator.”
“I’m reminding myself that those people actually feel like they’re doing the Lord’s work. They believe that their bullying actually is the right thing to do, and I’m the one to blame when I’m just over here trying to live my best life,” Mulvaney said.
Social media users had no patience for the seemingly anorexic attention whore, but they did appreciate Woods’ take on the matter. Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:
Doesn’t this dude have better things to do, like go scissor with someone.
— UnapologeticWhiteCop (@Retired_Cop1019) April 28, 2023
I like that characterization “little fella”
— Mark A. Milam (@MarkAMilam1) April 28, 2023
If we wait for his period before getting arrested, we are all fine, no worries
— Horst Hummes (@Mainz0505) April 28, 2023
— GrimsMemes (@GrimsMemes2) April 28, 2023
Et tu, James? Must you, even you, inflict this prancing minstrel performer on my timeline?
— Cecelia (@Ceceliaism) April 28, 2023
Dylan Mulvany wants people arrested for calling him…..Him! That’s not the bizarre thing. The Bizarro world thing is that people pay him money to be a faux woman! Maybe “Jazz Hands” instead of Dylan? pic.twitter.com/cY1HdAjXg3
— Jpchiesa (@jpchiesa) April 28, 2023
Solid mustache Bro…Lol….
— Daniel Plainview (#SaveRedDeadOnline) (@davhut1) April 28, 2023
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