Newsmax host Greg Kelly loves model trains — he loves them. But you don’t see him going around and rubbing it in everyone’s faces, and that’s why movies shouldn’t include LGBTQ characters or stories. Wait, what?!
Kelly, a former Fox News correspondent and host, bizarrely compared his train enthusiasm to being LGBTQ.
“I don’t get this be your whole self routine at work or even in art, even in products that you are creating for other people to consume,” Kelly said on his Wednesday program. “For instance, take me, I love model trains. Did you know that? I actually do.”
“I love trains. I love them,” he continued. “I don’t talk about a lot on TV because it’s a pretty niche hobby and not a lot of people are into it. Alright, especially at my age. That’s my thing. I’ll do it on my time and I’m not going to bother you about it fair? You get it? I think that’s a pretty good analogy.”
Then he cut to a video of a Disney Animation employee talking about including queerness in her work.
“Like I was just wherever I could just basically adding queerness to like, if you see anything queer in the show… no one would stop me and no one was trying to stop me.”
Kelly, who coincidentally was called a “male Karen” last year after demanding to speak to a McDonalds manager over a fish sandwich, then got very worried that some of his favorite Disney films like Cool Runnings, Honey I Shrunk the Kids and The Mighty Ducks contain secret, queer propaganda.
“Just have fun with your not-so-secret gay agenda,” he said. “And queerness and putting it in movies and cartoons and where is it been so far? I watch this stuff from time to time. I guess over the years. These are movies you’ve heard of I’ve heard of is this what they’ve been up to all along?”
“You know, movies are about people,” he said. We’re with you so far, Mark…
“Uh,” he continued, “why do they have to be about LGBTQ people or anything like that, is the orientation really all that?” Annnd you’ve lost us again.
Watch the train wreck below:
Newsmax host: "You know, movies are about people. Why do they have to be about LGBTQ people?" pic.twitter.com/y39ycxvXwM
— Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) March 31, 2022
Here’s how folks are responding:
So brave of him to come out as a train guy. Who could forget the left’s brutal and relentless attack on the basic rights of toy choo-choo fans.
— Matt Arpen (@MattArpen) March 31, 2022
Imagine queerness in cartoons! The horror! pic.twitter.com/3QXZQpSpfr
— Raymond J. Mollica (@RaymondMollica) March 31, 2022
Don’t recall too much bullying or many suicides over model trains, Greg Kelly.
— Bruce Langner (@Bruce_Langner) March 31, 2022
He compared his niche hobby…to an entire class of people
Its (being lgbtq) also not a hobby
— J.D (@Deetrain90) March 31, 2022
Translation: why do we have to consider lgbtq people human?
— Chester Desmond (@chetdesmondtpks) March 31, 2022
Greg was super excited to see a new train at the club. pic.twitter.com/OFqvkFMCp2
— Wyatt (@dww) March 31, 2022
I would love to see this stupid prick produce one human being who could be proven by a legitimate panel of psychiatrists and behavorial scientists to have “turned gay” after watching a Disney film with a gay character or reference. Just one. Being upset by a gay reference or character is not “recruitment,” whatever the hell that is. Jesus Christ he’s a moron.
Newsmax, OAN, and Fox are the most racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic stations around. They cater to the stupidity in society. Anyone shocked? NO.
What’s sad are the trolls on here that are either self loathing gays that defend the “right wingers” or some closeted republican on here that can’t get laid properly enough to come out.
Fyi Fox just hired Ms. Trans-Jenner as a dieversity hire, err sorry, contributer.
Give it time. This article has only been up for about 12 hours.
I had a few model trains in my childhood but I never was that interested in them. But for over 60 of my 68 years I have been a record collector, and as I read the above I was listening to some of an 11-CD boxed set of the 1940’s jazz records made by the Keynote label. But record collecting is not part of my identity the way being a Gay man is (however much my husband may complain about how much money I spend on records). The story of the Disney artist who prided herself on sneaking Queer characters into animated Disney films reminded me of the tales of Hollywood screenwriters who got blacklisted under the McCarthy era, including Dalton Trumbo, who was proud of himself for sneaking the line, “Share and share alike – that’s democracy,” into the 1943 film “Tender Comrade,” in which Ginger Rogers played a woman who takes in roommates to help with the war effort.
Total whack job