Francis, the new black Los Angeles district attorney gives trans woman the sentence of her dreams. Meanwhile, the left continues to confuse special treatment or equality. You're listening to the last gay conservative. I'm your host Chad law.
Yeah. Oh, yeah. I am fired up this morning, everybody. Oh, man, it's been quite a week politically and personally trying to get business done on one side and do this podcast on the other. And I would much rather just stay in the studio the rest of my life. This was my passion. My dream. I love it. So today, we're going to dive right in to a subject that is all over the news right now. The Chan's transgender community trans community, it's a subject that I'm very passionate about in the sense that I feel like this is just a repeat of history, this trans issue. So you know, being gay course, I just feel like I have to say that so many times, but you understand what I'm saying? I know what's happening firsthand with the trans community. They're being used, being propped up by the left in order to elicit sympathy. And it was the same thing with the gay community. And they just can't help themselves, but continually victimize disenfranchised groups. So it looks like that they're this, you know, awesome, save the world kind of person. And we all know that that's bull, when I decided to do this topic, because I just, I hear it, see it. And I think a lot of people don't understand it. A lot of my colleagues and my mentor, and in the podcast world, they all said, Oh, I shouldn't do that. It's too touchy, you could alienate your early listeners, I don't know if I would go into that topic. And my response is always the same. You don't become the last gay conservative by playing it safe, and I will never play it safe. I will come at the mob and the woke in the left and the Democrats harder and faster than anyone before. I'm always right, and I will never be cancelled. That being said, you know, there's a lot of stuff happening right now culturally about different words. And I just thought it was so funny because my original title for this podcast had the word tranny in it. And honestly, it was harmless. I use a lot of other words to try to piss people off. But this was completely harmless. Because coming up in my early 20s, as a gay man, I use that word all the time. It was never derogatory. I mean, the bars had tea girl Tuesday's which is just a short version of the word trainee. RuPaul says it on TV and on her show all the time. But apparently overnight, some woke group or I don't even know who assigns meaning and decides what's derogatory and what's not. But that has apparently happened. And I don't understand why. But I also don't understand, you know, a lot of things that have happened since I was younger. Until now, for example, like in high school, we all use the word fag, baggy, I was out of the closet, I could care less. Because these words only have power if you assign meaning to them. And that's exactly what the left wants you to do. They want you to be offended. That's their tactic. That's a tactic that they use every day, in order to shame people make them feel guilty. So they like when these words become derogatory, because then and you know, now that I'm thinking about it, they probably sort of set that precedent but because then they can have more sort of ammo or poop like I call it because they remind me of chimpanzees that just poop in their hand and fling it at everyone trying to get attention and trying to get what they want. But that's neither here nor there for this episode. Point being is that I just don't get what has happened in this politically correct revolution, where someone can't say tranny or faggy. But apparently, you can take a listen. No, that is the fun of this place. I call everybody faggy. Why would anyone find that offensive? Okay, I
think so. We're just like, if he's lamb or something. That's what he means. So true. That is what baggy means a little bit of Michael Scott, to show us why politically correct is such bullshit. But you know, that was a long time ago, the office has had a revival. I remember when I was first on the air, it wasn't as taboo as it is now. They've removed several episodes from on the on demand streamers. And it's just ridiculous to me that we have to go back in time, even if something was relevant at the time, even with something that was not that offensive at the time. It's offensive now, so we have to go back and erase it What a crock of crap. You know. So getting into this, sort of, I don't know what to call it, but this sort of phenomenon, this trans phenomenon. That's how happening in our culture right now, we need to understand that political correctness, fairness, equality in the name of not offending people is the biggest threat to our democracy, liberals will try to convince you that the biggest threat to our democracy is climate change. But that's not the case. The biggest threat to our democracy is political correctness, keeping people down from saying what they need to say, which then causes anger, trouble, and everything spirals spirals out of control, because people don't have a platform or a voice to just get it out of their system or ask questions without feeling shamed. It's just, it's crazy. What's happened. On the other hand, we don't have to abide by any of the rules. And I honestly think people should stop fearing the mob. I mean, and look at Joe Rogan. And I'm like, Stop apologizing. You're you look weak, you're one of the strongest, most successful, most positive media influencers in the world. And in this country, you have more listeners than Howard Stern, stop apologizing, stop acting like what you did was offensive. It's not offensive, it wasn't offensive, then it's not offensive now, but of course, he gets on and he apologizes. I think now he's on his third time apologizing, and they don't care. They don't want an apology. They want him gone. They want to run him out of town. And so we have to be so careful that we don't cower and allow the mob to sink their teeth into us and destroy us from the inside out. Just because we may offend someone I say offend away, because if we're not doing it, we're not pushing the limits the boundaries, showcasing what free speech actually looks like, representing our First Amendment rights, then we might as well just go home and go to bed. Because that doesn't help anything sitting quietly, in fear of being labeled transphobic or racist, or whatever the new label might be. If you know that you're not those things, then who cares? Don't let people assign value to what you say other than you. Now, if you're being completely derogatory, and you're using it as a phrase to tear people down, that's a different story. But you know, I've heard stories of, you know, group of college guys, and they say the word fag here and they're in a bar, they're out drinking or whatever, and they get kicked out of the bar for being homophobic, that's ridiculous. You should be able to say whatever you want, I just don't get it. But it's our job when we don't get something to counteract it. And that is the base that we should be. And we need to stop apologizing for behavior that has no meaning, and doesn't matter. Wow, Joe Rogan said the N word a billion years ago, and most of it from what I understand, and what I read, was him talking about song lyrics, or why not to use the word doesn't matter. They go in, they must have a team of like 5000 people that just scour the internet or content, you know, from 20 plus years ago, that they can use as a weapon against whoever their daily target is. It's disgusting. And this woke mob and these liberals that are bleeding hearts and love everyone. Don't you think that from that perspective that they would allow people to change and grow? And understand? Do you know how many celebrities out there have made disparaging comments about gays in the past lots because it wasn't widely accepted like it is now a lot has changed in the last 20 years or more 30 years, a lot has changed. And we need to embrace that and not continually try to correct something that doesn't really matter. So one of the things that's really crazy to me is that it's becoming abundantly clear that the transgender trans community is the shiny new toy for the mob with more blacks and Latinos heading to the right or center, the Democrats are in big trouble. And so they've been looking kind of for a disenfranchised group that they can prop up and use as a way to push their extreme agenda, which always starts with eliciting sympathy. And the changing Hispanic vote and black vote is really interesting, because no one would have ever imagined that the racist, xenophobic, homophobic transphobic, Trump would gain any traction in those segments, which is the opposite. From 2016 to 2020. Hispanic vote jumped 10% 28 to 38%. Black vote 9% 24 to 33%. And young the young population jumped from 28 to 37%. And we know that sympathy and guilt are probably the most powerful tools that people can use when they're manipulating someone trust me. I know I'm not the only one that has a mother that could compete for the gold Metal in guilt trips. And I always have to notice that liberals, for whatever reason, are always trying to save people. And they're always trying to be the hero, but they create the circumstance themselves all the time. It's like they're lifeguards, but they throw people into the pool just so they can jump in and save them. Or in the case of Lia Thomas, they didn't even need to throw her in. She's already in the pool. And, you know,
a lot of people ask me, why do they care about these smaller groups? Why do they care about transits less than 1% of the population? Why? Why did they give it all this attention? Why are they dominating the news cycle? And I always say, look, it's not about votes all the time with these guys. It's not about votes. It's about moving continually forward and spreading this BS of essentially a utopian socialist society. I mean, that's what they want. And small groups like this that they can use as victims help that progress, because Americans don't want to see anyone victimized you know, from not like victimized like the Democrats do, but from a realistic, you know, victimized standpoint as a group. But it's what's the craziest thing is that the obsession with the trans community right now is creating massive battles over how sports should change, our laws on the books should change College, basically, a new version of affirmative action for trans should change. And it's all under the guise of this freedom, justice, equality, all the bud buzzwords that the Liberals use in order to make it seem like they're just on a mission to help, you know, they paint a poor picture, they try to convince us that these people need extra help, whether it be blacks, Latinos, any minority group, they try to convince us they then use those groups to roll out programs that are extremely radical, I do believe that some groups need help and need to be propped up, the government is here to help people who can't help themselves. I agree with that which should, is a very, very small population should be a very, very small population, but you have millions of people taking advantage of the system. And like I mentioned, sentencing criminals has really been a focus around minority communities. And they're trying to say that they're advocating for fairness and equality for the LGBTQ community. And they're pushing different standards. And fortunately for them, unfortunately, for us, these crackpot DBAs have been placed in various counties around the country that are not enforcing the law, and they're not using the law equally like it should be. And so there actually are like an insider set of laws and sentencing rules that these da set, they're not exactly on the books, but they're part of the culture. And they are at the discretion of these DBAs. And they really, basically create side laws inside outreach for people and particularly trans, which we're talking about today. And they these advocates that are essentially lobbyists, but these advocates for criminal justice reform as it pertains to the LGBTQ community. And let's just again, the trans community is what we're talking about is their argument is because because society has been so bad to these groups, they have such limited options, they have to turn to a life of crime in order to survive. No, they don't. Nobody does. There are tons of resources out there. And it's making it sound like every single trans person ends up on the streets committing crimes, that's not true. Do you really want to label a community of people like that, I don't understand how the trans community doesn't take that as a slap in the face. You know, they're being told, and they're preaching, that they should have equality and fairness, but at the same time, they want special treatment. It's like equality is such a joke. It's just this word that's used by these woke socialists to empower their little groups that they're using. Now, the constant chanting for equality and fairness is now no more than a generic bland message that people are tired of. And if you go beyond the scre