Dylan Mulvaney, the self-inflicted bane of Bud Light’s bottom line, has continued to draw attention as concerning social media posts have not only reflected his own evident problems, but the broader problems facing society.
“Damn if this isn’t a mental health case then [I] don’t know what is.”
Recent TikTok videos from the social media influencer “once gay, then queer, then non-binary, then trans,” now blonde (and no, that’s not an obscure new sexual identity), raised concerns about a slew of mental health disorders that likely only exacerbated by continued affirmations from woke enablers.
Actress Colette Harrington shared one such video Saturday where Mulvaney appears to be lip-syncing an audio clip where a voice can heard professing to “live for the gays” as he pranced around in a little black dress and high heels that enhanced a look of malnutrition.
“Mental illness has no bottom, so to speak,” Harrington began. “Dylan Mulvaney should be committed and treated for anorexia, gender dysphoria, narcissism, and manic depression. Which includes extreme highs/lows. 15 mins of fame expired.”
Mental illness has no bottom, so to speak. Dylan Mulvaney should be committed and treated for anorexia, gender dysphoria, narcissism, and manic depression. Which includes extreme highs/lows. 15 mins of fame expired pic.twitter.com/nnSOy9UzMm
— Colette Harrington (@sweetcarolinatv) June 10, 2023
Previously, the transgenderist celebrated by leftist ideologues that sparked a multi-billion loss for Anheuser-Busch had asserted it was his hope that a woman would impregnate him, biological reality be damned.
As he had detailed in explaining to his father that he was “a little bit romantically interested in women…So I tell my dad and he goes, ‘Well, I would love to see you get a woman pregnant,’ and I said, ‘Oh, no, no, no…she would be getting me pregnant.”
Responses to the latest video hit directly at the culture as many pointed toward social media itself as the element enabling disorders to be lauded instead of treated.
“Yeah. He’s the inevitable result of reality TV and internet fame,” one said.
“Good Lord! The corporate structure, social media and politicians all support the elevation of mentally disturbed people to public prominence?” wondered another as some suggested Mulvaney was “An utterly insane caricature of a life form.”
Yeah. He’s the inevitable result of reality TV and internet fame.
— Rubirossa (@Rubirossa2) June 10, 2023
Good Lord! The corporate structure, social media and politicians all support the elevation of mentally disturbed people to public prominence? pic.twitter.com/KgxRRLaUXV
— Earl VonSheeplesheerer (@earl_of_oz) June 10, 2023
An utterly insane caricature of a life form
— American Patriot Jack 867 (@865Mando) June 10, 2023
Meanwhile, others looked past the surface qualities to the cultural rotgut that led to the influencers identity, believed or satirical, to the deeper problem.
“The cause is spiritual. The result shows the depth of the spiritual perversion. This person really has no choice now, they made their choice long ago,” the Twitter user suggested. “It’s sad.”
The cause is spiritual. The result shows the depth of the spiritual perversion. This person really has no choice now, they made their choice long ago. It’s sad.
— Victor Hauk (@victorhauk) June 10, 2023
Yep, because the cure is the cause. If you worship the creature rather than the Creator you will…..well, we have seen.
— Victor Hauk (@victorhauk) June 10, 2023
Harrington spoke to this as well when apparent defenders of Mulvaney took aim at her faith for drawing attention to the myriad perceived problems facing the young man. “That’s mental illness on full display,” she retorted. Since when is it Christian to pretend otherwise?”
That’s mental illness on full display. Since when is it Christian to pretend otherwise?
— Colette Harrington (@sweetcarolinatv) June 11, 2023
Still, the fact that his overt displays were getting defended only further emphasized the widespread issues throughout society that had enabled Mulvaney to rise to prominence in the first place.
“Any one who thinks this is normal is a lost cause,” one suggested as others implored, “Someone give him a sandwich!!!!”
Any one who thinks this is normal is a lost cause.
— BosqueChico (@BosqueChico) June 11, 2023
Someone give him a sandwich!!!!
— Karly (@DepravedAngel) June 11, 2023
Damn if this isn’t a mental health case then i don’t know what is.
— ToeKneeTee (@ToeKneeTee3) June 10, 2023
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