Neon Nettle
© 2022 Neon Nettle

Subscribe to our mailing list

Advertise Contact About Us Our Writers T&C's Privacy Support Us © 2022 Neon Nettle All Rights Reserved.

MSNBC Host Compares DeSantis to Russian Soldiers Who 'Rape Children'

Nicole Wallace accuses Florida governor of using 'dehumanization' tactics

 on 21st April 2022 @ 8.00pm
msnbc host nicole wallace compares ron desantis to russian soldiers who  rape children © press
MSNBC host Nicole Wallace compares Ron DeSantis to Russian soldiers who 'rape children'

Far-left MSNBC host Nicole Wallace has accused Florida's Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of using "dehumanization" tactics which she compares to Russian soldiers who "rape children."

Wallace argued during Wednesday’s broadcast of “Deadline White House” that DeSantis's political tactics are "from war" and are no different from children being raped in Ukraine.

The host referenced a speech made by Michigan State Senator Mallory McMorrow (D).

Responding to a fundraising email in which State Senator Lana Theis had reportedly accused her of “grooming and sexualizing children,” McMorrow accused the Republican of pushing "hate."

Wallace insisted that Theis’s argument was the same one that DeSantis was using to promote Florida’s recently-passed Parental Rights in Education law.

wallace referenced a speech by michigan state senator mallory mcmorrow © press
Wallace referenced a speech by Michigan State Senator Mallory McMorrow

Florida's new anti-grooming law bans classroom instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation for students in kindergarten through third grade.

DeSantis’s office and a number of those in favor of the law have referred to anyone who advocated pushing such lessons on children as “groomers” as well, also arguing that they meant to “sexualize” children.

"You and I even fall into a tradition of our profession of focusing on what works and I think we recently had a conversation about Mitch McConnell and why does he do what he does, because it works, it’s a political reality,” Wallace began.

"I worry that in covering Glenn Youngkin and his politics of ‘parental choice,’ all the focus was on how well it worked,” Wallace continued.

"And even in our conversations about DeSantis, it’s about how well they’re serving him.”

"The truth is dehumanization, as a tactic for politics, is from war,” Wallace added.

"Dehumanization is — it’s a tactic, it’s being used right now.

"The Russians get their soldiers to rape children by dehumanizing them.

"Dehumanization as a practice is a tactic of war.

"It is being deployed in politics and people like you and I sometimes lose the plot and admire its effective — not its substance, but even the analysis of these tactics loses sight of what this speech brings us back to which is that dehumanization has a cost right now.

"Right now, as it’s deployed.”

WATCH:

Wallace went on to mention comments made by Chasten Buttigieg, who alleged that legislation like Florida’s Parental Rights in Education law would ultimately risk the lives of children.

nicole wallace claimed that  kids will die  due to florida s pro parent laws © press
Nicole Wallace claimed that 'kids will die' due to Florida's pro-parent laws

Buttigieg went as far as to make the bizarre allegation that the law, designed to protect children and their parents' rights, "will kill kids."

"This will kill kids, @RonDeSantisFL," Buttigieg tweeted.

"You are purposefully making your state a harder place for LGBTQ kids to survive in.

"In a national survey (@TrevorProject), 42% of LGBTQ youth seriously considered attempting suicide last year.

"Now they can’t talk to their teachers?” he asked, despite the fact that the law only bans official instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation but does not ban students from talking about those topics with anyone.

"Kids will die," Wallace concluded.

"How do we bring it back to the substance of the harm that is done by a strategy in war and politics of dehumanizing people?”

[RELATED] MSNBC Producer Quits, Calls Network 'Cancer' That’s Dividing Americans

Share:
Steve Quayle Neon Nettle telegram

Facebook is heavily censoring information from independent sources.

To bypass internet censorship, connect with us directly by enabling our notifications (using the red subscription bell in the bottom right corner) or by subscribing to our free daily newsletter.

Get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox for free every day by signing up below.

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Subscribe to our mailing list

Follow Neon Nettle


PREV
BOOKMARK US
NEXT
on Nettle">BOOKMARK US NEXT on Nettle">BOOKMARK US NEXT on Nettle">BOOKMARK US NEXT