What? MSNBC compares Florida anti-grooming law to ‘Russian troops raping children’

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(Natural News) During a Wednesday airing of MSNBC‘s “Deadline: White House,” anchor Nicolle Wallace made a bizarre remark while trying to slam recently-passed GOP parental rights bills.

(Article by Kelen McBreen republished from Infowars.com)

Labeled the “Don’t Say Gay” bill by the left, Florida’s allegedly controversial legislation simply makes it illegal for educators to discuss sexuality with kindergartners through third-graders.

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) supported a similar bill that passed in his state back in February.

According to Wallace, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) and Gov. Youngkin are “dehumanizing” these young children by preventing adults from sexualizing them on campus.

“The truth is dehumanization as a tactic for politics is from war,” she said. “Dehumanization is a tactic that is being used right now. Russians get the soldiers to rape children by dehumanizing them. It’s being deployed in our politics.”

The MSNBC anchor is echoing claims by Ukrainian politicians like President Volodymyr Zelensky that Russian soldiers have been molesting children in Ukraine.

Later, Wallace definitively told her audience, “Kids will die,” due to the GOP legislation before asking, “How do we bring it back to the substance of the harm that is done by any strategy, in war or in politics, of dehumanizing people?”

This is a laughable question considering the massive dehumanization campaigns waged by the left-wing media complex from painting conservatives as “retarded Drumpf supporters” in flyover country to dangerous, anti-mask, Qanon conspiracy theorists.

This type of strange rhetoric is why the Dinosaur Media networks are taking their last gasps of air.

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