Poorly informed Ron Perlman dragged after calling DeSantis a ‘Nazi piece of sh*t’ for shielding children

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Trash-talking, far-left Hollywood actor Ron Perlman is being bashed by the right and praised by the left for posting a video to Twitter of himself calling Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis a “Nazi” over the just-signed Parental Rights in Education bill.

Like many others who’ve accepted the media’s false narratives hook, line and sinker, Perlman believes the law prohibits children and teachers from saying the word “gay.”

The legislation, in actuality, simply prohibits age-inappropriate discussions of sex and gender, particularly around young children in kindergarten through third grade.

Moreover, polls have consistently shown that a majority of Floridians — including a majority of Democrats — support the bill.

But none of this appears to matter to Perlman.

Watch (*Language warning):

“Good morning, Gov. DeSantis. Ron here. Um, don’t say gay? ‘Don’t say’ as the first two words in a sentence spoken by a political leader of a state in the United States of America. Don’t say? Don’t f–king say, you f–king Nazi pig. Say! First Amendment. Read about it. Then run for office, you piece of s–t,” he rants in the clip above.

As of Wednesday morning, the video tweet boasted over 45,000 likes from far-leftists eager to praise Perlman for calling out the alleged “Nazi” in Florida.

But the tweet likewise boasted over 27,000 comments, an overwhelming majority of them highly critical of the habitually angry Hollywood actor and his “ignorance.”

As several critics put it, perhaps he should read the bill:

Included among the critics were plenty of Americans who personally know LGBT couples but who nevertheless support the Florida law. Even some members of the LGBT community themselves joined the anti-Perlman backlash.

Why? Because like their heterosexual counterparts, they believe that a teacher’s sexuality and sex life shouldn’t be a topic for school discussion, if for no other reason than to prevent the teacher from grooming his or her students.

Look:

Not all of the criticism faced by Perlman was substantive. Some critics chose to just bash him for the fun of it. Though in their defense, their criticisms were amusing.

Look:

Despite their disagreement with the likes of Perlman, conservatives hope that leftists double, triple and quadruple down on their promotion of teachers discussing sex and gender with little children.

The hope is that the public’s support for Florida’s bill and disdain for the likes of Perlman transfers to the ballot box come November.

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