Sep 12, 2019

2 min read

excuse me, but your hypocrisy is showing.

It should probably come as no surprise the “LGBT” establishment have taken a vow of ignorance to the revelation actor Malik Yoba was allegedly sleeping with a transgender teen prostitute.

It’s a far cry from the good old days of October 2017 when another actor, Anthony Rapp, accused Kevin Spacey of making a sexual advance toward him in 1986 when Rapp was fourteen. The LGBT establishment community (media, organizations, bloggers, activists) within seconds of the news, decided in their infinite wisdom to deny Spacey his civil rights and social inclusion and call him a pedophile.

Then there is Anthony Weiner, a former US Congressman. He was arrested and convicted in 2017 for a sexting scandal, pleading guilty to one count of transferring obscene material to a minor. He paid a fine, served twenty-one months in federal prison and ordered to register as a sex offender.

Hypocrisy, double standards? Yes, there is.

Twitter, Mariah4Change

To be fair, Yoba’s accuser, Mariah Ebony Lopez (deadname: Brian) is not exactly a paragon of virtue either.

The timing of his accusation is suspect at the minimum; at most, they reek of extortion.

It also follows a recent trend of sue-happy trans activists forcing their lifestyle on everyone, anyone, who rejects transgenderism.

A 2017 story in the New York Post described Ebony as a transgender-rights activist “whose lengthy record of legal action against the city is rivaled only by her 15-year-long rap sheet.”

So far, Yoba is lauded for speaking his truth, whatever that means. According to The Washington Post, the New York Police Department has taken interest, but there’s no actual investigation that can be confirmed.

Perhaps there will be once the accuser stops bragging and crowing on social media and heads to a local police station to file an actual report.

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