Politically incorrect comedian Bill Burr slammed "fascist liberals" for pushing their "gender neutral" ideology onto the rest of us on a recent episode of the "Your Mom's House" podcast. The new father rejected the notion of raising his baby girl as anything other than female and lamented the "small minority" of fascist leftists who attempt to dictate our speech and shame those who, like himself, don't fall in line.
In a tongue-in-cheek segment, the hosts of the show, married comedians Tom Segura and Christina Pazsitzky, asked Burr if was going to "force" his daughter to be a girl.
"Are you raising your child in the gender binary?" asked Pazsitzky.
"I would never do that to my kid," answered Burr. "This kid has like a developing brain, I'm gonna dump my own constitution of s*** on them? That is like adult stuff and you should allow kids to be kids. Can they have a f***ing childhood? ... I would never have some political agenda."
"But are you going to force your daughter to be recognized as female?" Segura followed up.
"What do you mean 'force my kid?' My kid’s a girl," answered Burr.
"That’s subjective now. You didn't know that? It’s kind of a form of child abuse to make your child have a gender," said Pazsitzky.
Burr answered, "I don’t agree with that. Good luck on how you want to raise your kid. I’m going to raise my kid the way I want to."
The hosts then played an audio clip of Swedish parents referring to their children as "hen" instead of "he" or "she."
"Look, my daughter is a girl and if she wants to work on carburetors or quote, 'do some guy s***,' I don't give a f***," he said, adding, "I opened my mind. I listened to you. I don’t agree with what you’re saying. It’s my kid and I’ll raise her the way I want to."
Burr then pinpointed the real issue: intolerance from the fascistic left. Those pushing the trans agenda, particularly with regard to children, "attack" those who don't fall in line and capitulate to their ideology, he explained.
"You're not liberal anymore. You are a fascist liberal," said the comedian. "But this is the thing though: they are a very small portion of the population who know where the pressure points are and they go after the advertising money and then everybody caves in; everybody has to live off of money so everybody gets afraid."
"It's a paper tiger and everybody is folding," he added. "People are choosing self-preservation over logic."