Alex Jones had MRA and arch-bigot Gavin McInnes on his show and the two of them told quite a tale, with no evidence at all, that lesbians have children so they can have slaves of their own. And ironically, Jones accused one of them of hitting on an 18-year old girl (while defending Roy Moore, of course).
ALEX JONES (HOST): A couple of weeks ago, my wife had some family in town. They went out to this horse riding place, and it was a lesbian that ran it. And again, we’re not against her if she likes women. OK, whatever. I want to get that up front because they always say, oh you just hate me. No, no, no. She literally was bossing everyone around and then hitting on my wife’s niece, who’s like 18, openly, and bossing the women around. It was her women family that came, and then she had like a son that was like a slave that she yelled at who ran around hunchback. And then she would brag about how she had her son under her control. And she was just having kids to have slaves, and it’s like you realize there’s not just oppressors that come as heterosexuals. And a lot of the so-called lesbians, man, they are like running the women.GAVIN MCINNES: Oh, they have a brutal domestic abuse problem within their own community because what these butch dykes do is they want to be men, but they end up being a caricature of men. Sort of like a 1950s guys, so they’ll have like a pompadour and sideburns with a little thin mustache and a wife beater, and they’ll come home and go, “Hey, where’s my lunch, bitch? [makes slapping noise] Yeah, I’m a dude. I like to fix cars.”
Now bear in mind that McInnes doesn’t think men do almost anything bad toward women. So you see, men don’t beat women, but lesbian women trying to act like men do. Funny, don’t you think? There are, of course, a great many studies that show that lesbian parents do just fine raising kids. They are no more abusive than straight parents and their kids are as well-adjusted as the children of any other parents. But hey, it makes their political enemies look bad, so it must be true, or at least it must be repeated over and over again until people think it’s true.