Just when it seemed like he was starting to pull his head out of his dimpled ass, Bill O'Reilly had to go and rejoin his pinhead club. Lucky for what we assume to be a tightly clenched old man booty short on real estate, Bill O's latest anti-gay comments are a reminder of just how small-minded the Fox News host is. Details follow.
Well, Billo and his Fox News cohort Gretchen Carlson unhinged their bumbling trap doors to let their collective brainlessness fall out and onto the airwaves during a Thursday night segment discussing the episode.
Gretchen kicked off the idiot fest by worrying about having to explain to her 8-year old that the trans community exists when all she wants to do is watch a "family show with some nice music."
Billo saw Gretchen's ignorance and raised it with some dumbassery by claiming that Unique's transgenderism will be contagious to "unsupervised children."
“They might go out and experiment with this stuff," said Billo, who then provided what he believed to be an example: he tried cigarettes after watching James Dean!
Luckily, it wasn't all a clown circus. Judge Jeanine Pirro was there to provide a bit of sense to the debate, arguing that “from day one, Glee has been the kind of show that has displayed kids that you don’t see on other television shows. Kids who are homeless, who are transgender as we see, who are handicapped, who are gay or whatever the issue might be and that’s exactly the point."
GLAAD highlights the resulting storm of stupidity that Billo and Gretchen then flooded the segment with to drown out Jeanine's voice of reason:
O’Reilly and Carlson talked more about the problem with kids “experimenting” with being transngeder – and in the space of about 15 seconds, Gretchen Carlson:
Conflated gender identity and sexual orientation
Said that “celebrities maybe do it on the side”
Added “it may be drug-fueled.”
O’Reilly then said that “a lot of these dopey kids are confused about who they are."
Of course, there is no scientific evidence that media of any sort can "induce gender identity disorder in young people," as American Psychiatric Association President John Oldham reminded Equality Matters.
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