Tuesday, August 01, 2017

No More Hate

One more celebrity says it is okay to murder us!

A transphobic comedian in a radio interview says he would kill a trans woman.
Comedian Lil Duval stands by offensive comments about transgender women: ‘That’s psychological damage’
New York Daily News
By Rachel Desantis
July 31, 2017

Stand-up comedian Lil Duval isn't backing down on radio show comments he made about killing transgender women, even as his offensive remarks face intense backlash.

The "Guy Code" star defended himself to TMZ after drawing criticism for an appearance on popular radio show The Breakfast Club Friday, in which he said he would kill a transgender woman if they were dating and she waited too long to reveal she was transgender.

"I said that because (the hosts) were saying, taking away someone's power of choice, and that's what you did," Duval told the gossip site Monday. "When you take away somebody's power of choice, it should be criminal … I don't got no problem with transgender, I ain't got no problem with gay people. I got a problem with somebody trying to take something from me … That's psychological damage."
It only causes you “psychological damage” because you’re transphobic! You are a bigot.

There is nothing that justifies violence or killing another person except self-defense and even that is not justified if there is a way to avoid it.

The men stand their ground while the woman on the show tries to moderate Lil comment.
Charlamagne attempted to get Duval to apologize for his comments, cutting in with, "That's a hate crime," but Duval continued to spew his hateful speech.
The “guy code” to defend their “honor” is all about people thinking that they are “gay” it is based on bigotry, homophobia, and transphobia. That somehow you are “dissed” because someone looked at you the wrong way and that justifies killing someone.

There is a call to boycott the show and its sponsors.
The station’s contact information is here.
To file a FCC complaint go here.

Anyone know who their advertisers are? They will hurt the pockets of the station the hardest if they start to pull their ads from the station

Stop the Hate!

1 comment:

  1. I am ashamed that a person with my last name would say something like that. This is the first I hear of this and I am shaken. So sad.