You know how Brian Stelter’s thing was to watch Fox News all day long and tweet what they were doing? Media Matters “senior researcher” Jason Campbell seems to have a similar gig, but he watches Ben Shapiro’s show and then does absolutely nothing to refute what Shapiro says — it’s just supposed to be self-evident from the clips he posts.
As Twitchy reported earlier this week, students in Virginia held a walkout to protest Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s “transphobic” school policies; one viral interview showed a non-binary student break into tears because she was scared of the governor: “How can he stand there and say he loves this country and loves this state if he wants to hurt us,” she asked.
Check out what Shapiro thinks is a “logical” school policy on restrooms:
Ben Shapiro's "logical" school bathroom policy: "Boys should not go pee pee in the girls room just because they say that they are boys, and that girls should not go pee pee in the boys room because they're not capable of using the urinal" pic.twitter.com/CWPL1NALG7
— Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) September 28, 2022
Yes, that is logical, Jason.
— Bonchie (@bonchieredstate) September 29, 2022
You got him.
— U.S. Ministry of Truth (@USMiniTru) September 29, 2022
I mean…. yeah? Obviously?
— ArchLobster 🇪🇨 🇺🇸 (@ArchLobster) September 29, 2022
That's an extremely logical stance to have. I agree with Ben.
— Clayton L. Ballard (@ClaytonLBallard) September 29, 2022
That's how it works.
— Frederik (@FredUnbound) September 29, 2022
I see no flaws in that logic.
— Ultra Maga (@vjl87) September 29, 2022
Yup. Seems fairly straightforward. Has been like this for a long, long time.
— Rooinek (@Rooinek12) September 29, 2022
Me looking for the error on Ben’s logic pic.twitter.com/Pq2hTKxBwP
— Adal Suarez (@Gochosuarez2) September 29, 2022
He explained it in simple terms so you could understand it. 🙂
— Kamil (@KamilW81) September 29, 2022
Simple enough. I'm all for it.
— Space Viking Tom💪 (@TisMeThomas2T) September 29, 2022
In modern life, destroying what is sensible and normal is a process—because we need reasons for doing things, an ideological campaign (“akshually…”) enlists science and research to “prove” that reality is not, in fact, reality. Then the ideological campaign runs with it. Repeat. https://t.co/mBCS917R6O
— David Reaboi, Late Republic Nonsense (@davereaboi) September 29, 2022
media matters will take clips of moderate conservative commentators making the most milquetoast possible statements and then present it to their audience like they caught the person at a klan rally https://t.co/sABXZlZR9U
— Seamus (FreedomToons) (@seamus_coughlin) September 29, 2022
A lot of people are “owning” Shapiro by asking if he has separate bathrooms in his home for women and men because that’s exactly the same thing as a school restroom. We know you’re a TERF if you claim women are being erased, but it would suck to be a girl in school now knowing that you have no spaces exclusively for biological females and being told it’s your fault if you object.
This interview with a non-binary student in Virginia will (allegedly) change your mind about Glenn Youngkin https://t.co/rWambwinOT
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 28, 2022
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