Proud Boy Idiot Thinks Kiddie Detention Camps Would Be 'A Fun Place To Hang'
Gavin McInnes, the super gross dude who co-founded Vice and later founded "The Proud Boys," a fraternal order of yahoo racists who can "name five brands of cereal" had some thoughts this week on the detention centers that children being torn from their parents' arms are being sent to.
Unsurprisingly, he thinks they are AWESOME. In fact, according to him, they are as nice as a Holiday Inn -- too nice, in fact, since they give the children three meals a day and two snacks, and he is fine eating one meal a day! Of course, even an actual Holiday in would be a shitty place to go if you had just been forcibly removed from your parents.
Using selectively edited footage from the detention camps, McInnes described them as a place he thinks "would be a fun place to hang."
Now, Gavin has three children himself. I wonder if he would be super cool with some government police coming and taking those kids and putting them in the detention camp? Is that something he'd think was "fun?" Does he think that his children would have fun there? That they would be super cool with being torn from their parents because they were allowed to put drawings on the walls of their cells? I wonder!
That being said, in this particular case, the children might actually be better growing up there than with their father. He has at least one daughter, and given his beliefs about women... social services might want to check up on that kid.
McInnes then explains that if Democrats really cared about children being with their families, they would get rid of social safety nets that he claims "incentivize" women to be single mothers, so that said women would be forced, financially, to marry the fathers of their children whether they wanted to or not. Surely the fathers themselves would go along with this plan as well! And what could possibly go wrong in a house where a woman has no choice, economically, but to stay with her husband? Nothing as far as he can see!
Truly, this is a person who has a great handle on what is good for children.
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