Actress/Singer Patti LuPone is spewing extra of her hateful rhetoric. What an sad lady.
Through the years, LuPone has made her emotions about Republicans and President Trump very clear.
In 2017, when requested if she would carry out for Trump, “Effectively I hope he doesn’t as a result of I received’t carry out if he does….As a result of I hate the mom f*cker.”
She made headlines in 2022 when she went on a profane tirade on stage scolding an viewers member for not carrying a masks. Neither LuPone nor her colleagues had been carrying masks because the lunatic stage actress lashed out on the attendee.
“Put your masks over your nostril. That’s why you’re within the theater,” LuPone howled. “That’s the rule. In the event you don’t need to observe the rule, get the fuck out!”
On Tuesday, LuPone joined the shrews on ‘The View’ and declared that she doesn’t know the distinction between “our Christian Proper and the Taliban.”
The feedback got here after co-host Ana Navarro requested LuPone her ideas about Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and the LGBT group.
“I might cry… I don’t know why he’s doing this. I don’t know, I imply I’ve mentioned this earlier than and I’m going to get in bother. I’ve mentioned this earlier than, and it’s been in print. I don’t know what the distinction between our Christian Proper and the Taliban is. I do not know what the distinction is.”
“What’s occurring on this nation proper now within the identify of faith is so harmful.”
“It’s not this nation. It’s not America. After I was rising up, I didn’t know America was an experiment. They by no means mentioned America was an experiment after we had been rising up. It was a democracy. And now it’s in such hazard. It’s so upsetting. It’s upsetting to listen to the loudest voices and never any form of pushback to the loudest voices which are the extremity on this nation.”
Maybe, blinded by her personal hatred, LuPone has not researched how the Taliban feels in regards to the LGBTQ group.
LuPone is seemingly intellectually unable to decipher the distinction between dad and mom who don’t want their youngsters uncovered to sexualized content material and monsters who hunt gays down and throw them from buildings.
In an interview with Hindustan Instances, a person advised a reporter, “Once they learn about you, they positively know that you’ve been concerned in sure acts, and also you establish your self as a sure individual – on this case, as homosexual. So they’ll both throw you out from a tall constructing. That’s their legislation,” Yahya mentioned.
CNN notes, “A 2020 US State Division report on Afghanistan mentioned LGBTQ folks confronted “discrimination, assault and rape” in addition to harassment and arrest by authorities. “Homosexuality was broadly seen as taboo and indecent,” the report mentioned.
Underneath the earlier authorities, sexual relations between folks of the identical gender had been unlawful and punishable by as much as two years in jail.”
Lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) folks in Afghanistan, and others who don’t conform to inflexible gender norms, have confronted an more and more determined state of affairs and grave threats to their security and lives because the Taliban took full management of the nation on August 15, 2021. Human Rights Watch and OutRight Motion Worldwide interviewed 60 LGBT Afghans from October to December 2021. Most of these interviewed had been in Afghanistan, whereas others had fled to close by international locations the place they continue to be in peril, together with of being forcibly returned. Only a few have resettled in international locations the place they really feel protected.
A lot of these interviewed reported being attacked, sexually assaulted, or immediately threatened by members of the Taliban due to their sexual orientation or gender identification. Others reported abuse from members of the family, neighbors, and romantic companions who now assist the Taliban or believed they needed to take motion towards LGBT folks near them to make sure their very own security. Some fled their properties from assaults by Taliban members or supporters pursuing them. Others watched as lives they’d rigorously constructed over time disappeared in a single day and located themselves prone to being focused at any time due to their sexual orientation or gender identification.