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YouTuber ContraPoints Slams Politician for Wanting Trans Allies Executed

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Twitter. Foster's account is now deleted.He then doubled-down in an statement sent to the Mississippi Free Press explaining why he was declining an interview request."I said what I said," he told the outlet. "The law should be changed so that anyone trying to sexually groom children and/or advocating to put men pretending to be women in locker rooms and bathrooms with young women should receive the death penalty by firing squad."Before his account was deleted, he said that transgender people were trans because they had been "groomed.""Transgendered people are merely victims, it's their pedo groomers that are consumed by evil," he said in a tweet, according to Vice.In a wordless tweet, Wynn slammed the politician.

She shared two images—one a screenshot of Vice's coverage of the story, the second, a "Reverse" card from the game's tweet, at the time of writing, has received over 18,000 likes, 1,100 retweets and 200 replies.Wynn elaborated in a statement to Newsweek."The accusation that queer people are 'recruiting' children has been used to justify discrimination for decades.

The current moral panic about LGBT 'grooming' is vilification rhetoric that would be perfectly at home in any 1970s anti-gay smear campaign," Wynn said."Robert Forster's call for transgender people to be executed by firing squad speaks for itself.

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