Taylor, a friendly-looking 14-year-old girl, has posted this video calling for a boycott of Girl Scout cookies because the Girls Scouts of the USA accepts transgender girls in its troops.
Is there a badge for intolerance we don’t know about?
The issue first came up last October when the Girls Scouts of Colorado accepted 7-year-old trans girl Bobby Montoya into its ranks. Taylor claims this insidious move puts girls’ “safety” at risk from predatory trans teens. “The real question is, why is GSUSA willing to break their own safety rules and go against its own research institute findings to accommodate transgender boys?” Taylor asks, incorrectly identifying girls like Bobby as “boys.” “Unfortunately, I think it is because GSUSA cares more about promoting the desires of a small handful of people than it does for my safety and the safety of my friends and sister Girl Scouts, and they are doing it with money we earned for them from Girl Scout cookies.”
Taylor goes on to ask viewers “to take action with me and boycott Girl Scout Cookies.” What, and miss the Scouts’ bitchin’ new lemon cookies?
When a story originates at WorldNetDaily, like this one did, we tend to take it with a grain of salt: It’s likely Taylor has been coached—at the very least it seems she’s reading off some type of a script. Who wrote it, though? Maybe her parents should focus more on teaching her how to build campfires and apply bandages than how to spread a message of hate.
Now excuse us while we go devour a box of Tagalongs.