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‘Kiss’ Singer Caves to ‘Trans’ Mob, Takes Back Anti-Mutilation Statement


(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Kiss frontman Paul Stanley caved to the “trans” mob by retracting his previous statement on Twitter, in which he criticized the mutilation of children.

Stanley published another tweet after the backlash where he wrote that his words “clearly were not” clear and that he supports the sexual deviants who are not able to understand whether they are male or female.

On Apr. 30, Stanley posted his original tweet where he criticized leftist parents who push their children into the so-called “gender transition surgeries” too easily and attempt to normalize the butchering of innocent human beings, according to the Blaze.

“There is a big difference between teaching acceptance and normalizing and even encouraging participation in a lifestyle that confuses young children,” he wrote.

However, on May 4, the rock star changed his tune by publishing another tweet, in which he caved to the leftists.

“While my thoughts were clear, my words clearly were not. Most importantly and above all else, I support those struggling with their sexual identity while enduring constant hostility and those whose path leads them to reassignment surgery,” he wrote.

“It’s hard to fathom the kind of conviction that one must feel to take those steps. A paragraph or two will remain far too short to fully convey my thoughts or point of view so I will leave that for another time and place.”

Conservatives didn’t wait to point out the cowardice of Stanley.

“This is why I didn’t rush to praise this guy for his original statement like many conservatives did. I saw the cave coming from a mile away,” the Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh wrote.

“To hell with cowards who can’t stand firmly by the truth. This dude is 70 years old and rich. What does he have to lose exactly? Pathetic.”

Singer Five Times August agreed with Walsh.

“Let’s see action. How far will they go with this statement? Probably no further. More likely they will backtrack and apologize in a few days,” he wrote.

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