Former NBA star Dwayne Wade is leading the charge to push the LGBT agenda in the urban community, lauding his 12-year-old son who is undergoing a gender transition and calling himself a girl.
“I watched my son, from day one, become into who she now eventually come into,” said the 37-year-old former Miami Heat player during an appearance on Showtime’s All the Smoke podcast last week.
“And for me… nothing changes in my love. Nothing changes in my responsibilities. So, all I had to do now is get smarter educate myself more. And that’s my job,” he added.
Wade claims that he draws inspiration from his transgender son, Zion, who was born a boy but now has been made to believe that he is a girl.
“First of all, you want to talk about strength and courage, my 12-year-old has way more than I have,” Wade said. “You can learn something from your kids.”
He says that he and his wife Gabrielle Union “talk about making sure our kids understand the power in their voice,” whatever that is supposed to mean.
“We want them to be whoever they feel that they can be in this world. That’s our goal. Understand you can be whoever and you can be whatever,” Wade said.
Wade was blasted on social media for allowing his son to wear a crop top with painted nails in a photo released of his family on Thanksgiving last month.
“I’ve seen some post-thanksgiving hate on social about my family photo. Stupidity is apart of this world we live in—so I get it. But here’s the thing — I’ve been chosen to lead my family not y’all. So we will continue to be us and support each other with pride, love & a smile!” he wrote in a Twitter post responding to the controversy.
He has appointed himself an ambassador for the LGBT movement, and plans to use his voice so more children can be recruited into the dangerous and perverted lifestyle.
“I’m speaking for so many others in the LGBTQ+ community,” Wade said.
“All these people that’s out there saying these things, look at yourself. Understand that you’re the one that’s got the issues. You’re the one that’s got the problem,” he added. “It’s not the kids, it’s not the ones who decide, ‘Yeah, you born a certain way, you gotta be that way.’ That’s not life, man.”
Wade says that children getting pumped with drugs, pretending they are another gender, and undergoing a genital mutilation around the time of adolescence is the “new normal,” and that we all just have to get used to it.
“This is the new normal. So, if anybody different, we’re looked at as different. The ones that don’t understand it. The ones that don’t get it. The ones that get stuck in the box, you know, they’re different. Not the people out here living their lives,” he said.
Wade apparently doesn’t feel it is the job of a parent to keep their children from pursuing destructive, unhealthy behavior. He hopes that others model themselves after his derelict example.
“You want your kids to be free and living their lives. And I don’t care what you want to do from this standpoint. If you want to play a sport, then play a sport. You don’t have to be like me. Play your sport and be yourself,” Wade said.
“You know, whatever you want to do, it’s my job to support you and make sure that you have all the tools you need to be as happy as you can be in this world while you’re doing it. While you’re growing into the person you are, that you’re going to grow into. So, they’re not different, they’re normal. The ones that don’t understand it are the ones that are different,” he added.
The LGBT agenda has not been readily accepted by the African-American community, but that is changing thanks to useful idiots like Wade who are enabling child abuse on a grand scale.
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