YouTuber Contrapoints Slams Politician For Executing Trans Allies

Popular YouTuber Natalie Wynn, the woman behind Contrapoints, has called out former Mississippi state representative Robert Foster for comments she called for those supporting transgender rights to be hanged.

Last week, Foster tweeted, “Some of you still want to try and make a political settlement with those who want to dress up our school kids and pretend men are women, etc.”

Foster ended his tweet, which was deleted by Twitter, “I think he should be lined up against the wall before firing squad.” Foster’s account has now been deleted.

He then explained in a statement sent to the Mississippi Free Press why he was declining an interview request.

“I just said what I said,” he told the outlet. “The law should be changed so that anyone who is trying to sexually dress children and/or is advocating for having men pretending to be women in locker rooms and bathrooms with young women is fired.” The squad should get the death penalty.”

Before his account was deleted, he said he was “dressed up” because transgender people were trans.

“Transgender people are the only victims, it is their pedo groomers who are consumed by evil,” he said in a tweet, according to Vice President,

In a wordless tweet, Wynn slammed the politician. She shared two photosscreenshot of —one Vice PresidentCoverage of the story, second, a “reverse” card from the game United Nations organisation,

At the time of writing, Wynn’s tweet has garnered over 18,000 likes, 1,100 retweets, and 200 replies.

Wynn elaborated in a statement newsweek,

“The allegation that queer people are ‘recruiting’ children has been used for decades to justify discrimination. The current moral turmoil about LGBT ‘grooming’ is slanderous rhetoric that dates back to the 1970s. The anti-gay campaign would be totally at home,” Wynn said. ,

“Robert Forster’s call for transgender people to be executed by firing squads speaks for itself. I fear the safety of queer people in this country,” he said.

YouTuber Natalie Wynn, star of the Contrapoints channel, has slammed Mississippi politician Robert Foster for calling for trans allies to be killed.
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Wynn is a YouTuber with over 1.5 million subscribers. She describes herself as a “YouTuber, former philosopher”. She is also transgender, having made the transition while continuing to make YouTube videos – although some of her earlier work has been removed – and has spoken extensively about transgender issues in her videos.

She has been called a member of “Breadtube”, a loosely-affiliated collection of left-leaning YouTubers—though the term was not coined by her, and most people called “Breadtubers” disapprove of the label. Wynn has also called on his viewers to drop the label entirely in a tweet.

As noted in Wynn’s statement, it has been a common practice to accuse LGBTQ people of hurting children. The term “grooming” generally refers to a sex offender’s process of normalizing sexual contact with children, the goal of which is not only to be able to molest the child but to prevent the child from reporting their abuse.

According to the Associated Press, “grooming” has also become a buzzword for people against LGBTQ rights. The phrase “OK, groomer” trended on Twitter this week, as users criticized Florida’s recently passed law banning discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in classrooms from kindergarten to third grade.

Critics have called this the “Don’t Say Gay” law, arguing that such discussion is meant to provide students with additional, non-explicit, information. They also argue that such laws would further stigmatize LGBTQ children by making the subject a taboo.

While the bill doesn’t use the word “groom,” nor did proposing government Ron DeSantis say the word, according to the AP, Christina Pusa, DeSantis’ press secretary, said the law should be called an “anti-grooming bill.”

This isn’t Foster’s first brawl. During his 2019 gubernatorial campaign, Foster refused an interview with a female journalist because he refused to be single with a woman who was not his wife. In 2020, he called for Mississippi to secede from the United States, now that President Joe Biden would win the election.

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