The founder of the Gays Against Groomers organization says that she was hardly astounded by the objectionable Balenciaga ad campaign only because, as she implied, it reflects a disturbing trend in decadent corporate America for promoting, if not normalizing, child sexual abuse.
“Everything seems to be upside down,” Jaimee Michell asserted during an appearance on the Fox News Channel on Tuesday evening while cautioning that the fashion house content is just the latest example of an “evil agenda” that is also actually harmful to the LGBTQ community.
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson introduced the conversation by asking Michell if she “found it striking that Balenciaga comes out with an ad campaign promoting pedophilia…and the media spend their time attacking anyone who’s offended by the ad campaign.”
Michell admitted that “it doesn’t shock me anymore…but this is just a growing trend, from corporate America feeling comfortable pushing this, and our community running cover for it.”
Michell went on to say that “obviously the people that should be condemned are Balenciaga, and everybody that is behind this push to sexualize and indoctrinate and mutilate kids…the floodgates seem to be open, and people are just full steam ahead trying to attack and assault children, which is a red line for everybody — it should be, well you would think, for everybody.”
She also drew a distinction between perception and reality in a world where gaslighting is unfortunately commonplace.
“For the majority of people, it is, and that’s why there is such a strong, visceral reaction coming out against it, just as much as there is in support of it…not all of us in the gay community support this. It’s actually quite the opposite,” she said. “There’s the fringe minority within our community that does, but they are so loud because they have the backing of every powerful institution in this country as we’re seeing, and we’re doing everything we can to stop it.”
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Following up, Carlson opined that it is a slur on the gay community to assume that the cohort approves of sexualizing kids.
“It is,” Michell agreed. “And that’s really upsetting to see because it’s actually doing more harm to us. I want to be very clear that being anti-groomer and anti-child-sexualization, mutilation, is not anti-gay. It’s not anti-LGBTQ. What is anti-LGBTQ, though…that these people need to understand, and what is putting our community in great danger, is claiming that all of us support this, and just associating all of us with this.”
Michell then alluded to the ramifications of the mass shooting at the Colorado Springs nightclub that occurred early Sunday morning.
“Saying that ‘groomer’ is an anti-LGBTQ slur — that is doing irreparable damage to us as a whole and is putting a really large target on our backs. And unfortunately, the tragedy that happened in Colorado Springs the other night — it was expected and predictable. We all within Gays Against Groomers saw this coming from a mile away, and sadly, I don’t think it’s gonna stop until we end this evil agenda that is attacking children…Gays Against Groomers, our priority is to protect children, but we also are here to protect ourselves, and defend ourselves, because what is happening, what is being done in our name, is putting us all in danger,” she concluded.
Parenthetically, the narrative pushed by the finger-pointing, quick-to-politicize media after the tragic shooting may have suffered a setback now that the suspect reportedly identifies as non-binary.
What Tucker Carlson mentioned in the open to the segment may be somewhat similar to how the always-projecting media/political class dismisses anyone who raises allegations of vote fraud as an anti-democracy election denier (rather than looking into election irregularities) or demonizing pro-free-speech, pro-freedom advocates as fascists.
Gays Against Groomers describes itself as “a coalition of gays against the sexualization, indoctrination and medicalization of children.”
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