Former Trump Commerce Department official (of course) and candidate for The House in Illinois’ 11th District (environs of Joliet) Catalina Lauf backed up Minnesota GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Jensen’s claim that children identifying as furries are being provided with litter boxes in public schools by those damnable librul teachers…
“The Republican candidate for governor of Minnesota repeated last week a bizarre hoax claim which has been debunked that children are being told they can identify as anthropomorphic cats and are being allowed to use litter boxes to urinate in schools.
Scott Jensen, the Republican candidate and a former state lawmaker, made the comments while speaking to supporters, according to a video of the event posted on Facebook.
“But what about education?” Jensen said. “What are we doing to our kids? Why are we telling elementary kids that they get to choose their gender this week? Why do we have litter boxes in some of the school districts so kids can pee in them, because they identify as a furry? We’ve lost our minds. We’ve lost our minds.”
Furries are a subculture that sometimes involves people dressing up as anthropomorphic animal characters and attending conventions.”
When CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski highlighted the above story on Twitter and gently pointed out that it’s a internet hoax, Ms. Lauf jumped in and took her fellow MAGA nutcase’s side:
Andrew — with all due respect, this is not a hoax and is happening in schools in Illinois, too.
— Catalina Lauf (@CatalinaLauf) October 3, 2022
That’s when the fun started…
Catalina, I don't mean to alarm you but I'm using a litterbox in your house right now. You know I'm telling the truth because you read it on the internet
— Barnabas Quimby (@hairybusiness) October 3, 2022
Make sure to bury, hairy.
It's true, all the plumbing has been removed from the bathrooms at my kids' school and replaced with kitty litter. My kids come home and have litter in their shoes and spread it all around the house, it is awful.
— Matt Singer (@matthewjsinger) October 3, 2022
A Swifter ain’t gonna take care of that.
This is sadly true. Fauci's vaccine made my son into a furry
— Andy (@FrancisTheSailr) October 3, 2022
Don’t let Dr. Oz near him!
It's true! My neighbor's cousin's wife's uncle's grandson is a teacher in Illinois and says that the children also chase the red dot from his laser pointer in science class.
— Maskedmudgeon (@Corms) October 3, 2022
catalina is the cat boy in the room with you right now
— Jort-Michel Connard 🐘 (@torriangray) October 3, 2022
— Delbert Grady Seasons (@DelbertGSeasons) October 3, 2022
Cool! Do you have literally ANY evidence to prove it?
— Uncle Boogeyman (@samwilkinson) October 3, 2022
— Hella haunted Barnes (@hella_barnes) October 3, 2022
This is a winning message and I highly encourage all GOP consultants to get their candidates on board
— Just Some Doc (@forbiddencomma) October 3, 2022
— JulieThe RealJules (@JTRJules) October 3, 2022
perhaps you can explain what's going on here then pic.twitter.com/C0uKSOMH5B
— Mr. Fungi 🚂 (@Mister_Fun_Guy) October 3, 2022
Just when you think they have run out of stupid they… huh… scratch up more.