Actor Kevin Sorbo invoked gender change and firearms into an argument about what is considered “mature enough.”
He tweeted, “If an 18-year-old isn’t ‘mature enough’ to own a firearm, then maybe 5-year-olds aren’t mature enough to change their gender.”
If an 18-year-old isn’t “mature enough” to own a firearm, then maybe 5-year-olds aren’t mature enough to change their gender.
— Kevin Sorbo (@ksorbs) June 2, 2022
Sorbo recently made headlines after being mocked for making a joke about what CNN+’s pronouns would be.
“If CNN+ had pronouns they’d be was/were,” Sorbo tweeted.
If CNN+ had pronouns they’d be was/were.
— Kevin Sorbo (@ksorbs) April 23, 2022
Twitter users responded to Sorbo’s tweet with jokes of their own.
Kevin Sorbo is a NEVER-was.
— Elgin Charles (@ElginCharles) April 23, 2022
If Kevin Sorbo had a tense, it would be past.
— Benjamin Dreyer (@BCDreyer) April 24, 2022
Kinda like your acting career. https://t.co/GkRfxWVnJP
— Billy Ray (@BillyRay5229) April 23, 2022
Earlier this week, Sorbo posted another tweet on children changing their gender.
“‘Can I drive your car.’ No you’re 5 ‘Can I have a beer?’ No you’re 5 ‘Can I have a cigarette?’ No you’re 5 ‘Can I take hormones and change my gender?’ Of course! You know what’s best,” Sorbo tweeted.
“Can I drive your car.”
No you’re 5
“Can I have a beer?”
No you’re 5
“Can I have a cigarette?”
No you’re 5
“Can I take hormones and change my gender?”
Of course! You know what’s best.
— Kevin Sorbo (@ksorbs) June 6, 2022
Sorbo’s tweets come as Republicans continue to push back against gender-affirming care for children.
Alabama recently passed a law “to prohibit the performance of a medical procedure or the prescription of medication, upon or to a minor child, that is intended to alter the minor child’s gender or delay puberty.”
The Department of Justice then hit the state with a lawsuit.
The department said the measure “denies necessary medical care to children based solely on who they are, and that threatens criminal prosecution and jail time to doctors, parents, and anyone else who provides or ‘causes’ that care.”
The department explained, “The United States’ complaint alleges that the new law’s felony ban on providing certain medically necessary care to transgender minors violates the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause. The department is also asking the court to issue an immediate order to prevent the law from going into effect.”
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