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jimmer
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My god: what American audience would be so supportive, what parents would condone and promote, what TV show would enthusiastically present such tragic behavior? Someone should have a long interview with the parents at what appears to be child abuse. I pray that historians will look back at this social period with horror. This child resembles a trained pet.

Mandy
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agreed

chrisvirgo26
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something def happened to him or is happening to him. America is not supportive of this, its the media (globalist media) pushing this agenda to make it acceptable. very sad indeed

jimmer
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Damn right. The kid is wrecked for life. Shame on all his enablers.

Dagwood
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We’re so PC that we won’t call out child abuse.

Renzo Fabriek
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Not a trained pet. Maybe after he got to know what gives him the desired attention. His mother (his father hasn’t got much to say) is not the best mother. More into herself than care for others. I bet he had to strugle for his needed attention. This based on the fact he has more caracteristics of his father.

Cat
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I think they might look back on our time in history and possibly percieve it like just before the fall of the Roman empire!

John Legg
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It definitely has similar characteristics.

GOMF3602
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Sadly, the trend of reinforcing and celebrating deviant attention seeking behavior under the mistaken belief that it is promoting diversity is going to result in some very messed up young people. What they are actually doing to the poor kid by giving him all this attention and praise is cementing his histrionic personality disorder around the behavior of flamboyant cross dressing. Then, later when he does not get the same response when the behavior is no longer cute-look out. Glad I am retired and no longer have to unravel personality disorders on a daily basis. 42 years of that ought to be enough for anybody.

chrisvirgo26
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Why does he look like he’s on drugs? This boy is supposed to be 11 years old, he speaks as if he’s 4 or 5. If i were his mother i would be concerned and taking him to a speech therapist or getting him evaluated, not parading him on TV and to pride parades. My son is 9 and sounds nothing like him. He’s imitating how drag queens on drugs act, because that entire scene is about drugs and club life. Also who is doin his makeup to this extreme extent and the expensive wigs etc? Also another thing is why is good morning America having him as a guest? Pushing this agenda onto everyone to except this as normal.

jimmer
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I agree, especially that ABC would enthusiastically pump this trash into American homes.
Disney should be held accountable …

Gen. Stewart
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This is just more of hollyweirds contribution to destroying American culture and values.

fadeddenims
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After researching Disney, I see them as part of the sexual deviancy problem. Do a little research and you will find just how disgusting some of their “cartoons” are.

Ameows
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It’s because people click on it. The best kept secret is that PEOPLE control the media. That’s how Trump got so much free advertising for his candidacy, he just did things that he knew would be click bait. What would you click on “ATTENTION-SEEKING CHILD DRESSES UP IN GLITTER AND SHINY THINGS” or “Earthquakes ruin someones home”?

The media is controlled by the peoples agenda and our agenda is to be entertained, usually with flashing colours and pretty lights. I find it incredibly amusing.

JC
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You’re right, he is speaking like he’s much younger. They’ve taught him to speak this way. This whole thing is such a horrifying commentary on the sorry state of our country’s lack of spirituality.

JC
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Oooh I *really* would have liked to heard your opinion on the parents… !!

MrMike
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Ditto. But, I’ll take a swing. In each setting, the dad has his arms pulled in between his legs, making himself smaller. He’s so tight that I can’t tell if there’s stiffness in the first clip, but I thought there was on my first look. In the second setting, the dad’s smile disappears while the kid is saying what he likes to do. It’s not all at once, but disappears faster with time, especially on the words, “dressing up.” That may be just that the smile faded after the introduction

John Legg
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One thing is for sure, he is not the one wearing the pants in that relationship.

Roland Thompson
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Mental illness should not be paraded as if it were normal. 3.5% of our citizenship should not hold the rest of the country hostage. These parents are criminals. Child neglect because he should be getting some mental health therapy. How in the world can these hosts support this mentally ill child. This freak of nature.

Dagwood
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Dad looks pretty mousy. Don’t know what that’s about.

GaryC
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I’m thinking Dad is the submissive in his relationship and doesn’t want to stand up and rock the boat.

Dagwood
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He’s so beaten that he has to feign support.

Vila
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My initial thought….but I get the pedo vibe so strongly from him….there is a false submissiveness to him.

J W
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1:28: “I feel really happy to have a MOM that accepts me.”

Complete stillness at 1:42.

Dreadful woman.

PAGal
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The father appears to be going along with it also. Both parents are to blame.

Dagwood
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That’s an interesting observation of his relationship to “MOM.” Dad is clearly not present.

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I hope he gets some help in time to find who he really is. He is a handsome boy who needs love and the right attention. This kind of attention will not go well with him later in life. His parents should stop this immediately and explain to him why society will (and is) looking at him like a freak not someone you would want to put your trust in or follow. This is so wrong for the audience to clap and be part of the destruction of this young fellow.

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I wonder, if you take out the idea of ‘sex’ as would be in an adult mind, then is this really ‘drag’. I think by adults putting that label on him that he can’t really even understand at 11. At 11, and certainly under this is dress up, and acting and role playing, something very natural for that age. The parents and others giving the tag of’ ‘drag’ certainly gives him attention that he seems to crave but one must remember that we have all done things before we were twelve that we look back on and are glad no one really remembers because its not something that we would do, or want to do, or maybe even condone as an adult. When my brother was 9-12 he very much liked dress up and acting and even ballet class with his older sisters. As he got older he ‘out grew’ what might be called childhood pursuits and he was move interested in soccer and other sports and that road with him into his University years and into the Navy. He actually found reminders of the days when he enjoyed dressing and dance classes something he was a bit chagrined about… Read more »

John App
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Hades…coming to a Earth near you..

Bonnie Hawkins
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Follow the money. Shaking head.

Peter
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The father looks so submissive. He looks weak and defeated even. The mother seems to look adoring and proud of her own failed DNA.

Pamela
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Well, with a histrionic child, the likelihood of a parent with borderline personality disorder is strong. All borderlines come under/with narcissist personality traits. The mother could be narcissistic, and using the son for adoration of herself. I should say that I believe borderline personality disorders like histrionic (yes, you pronounced it right Mandy) are not diagnosed until the person is an adult. However, that is the psychiatric field, and this is just opinion! I get my info on these disorders, especially narcissism from The Little Shaman. She is wonderfully succinct and helpful.
BTW, you it is out of the park again Mandy! Thank you!

angela villali
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He is so going to get his ass kicked……….Should be the parents.

Truth Fairy
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I have seen this video prior to this and I was appalled that the parents(whom Mandy didnt comment on but closeted dad and mom living vicariously through her son… since she didnt have a daughter…) would put their child on display. Yes, their may not be sexual or deviant behavior from Desmond but seeking attention doesnt always come out to be positive attention. Others perceiving Desmond may not be so innocent and living in a world where child trafficking and pedophiles are the norm in Hollywood and DC, amongst every other place in the world… is scary to me for this child. But I dont want to project my negativity, and I will send prayers for the best and highest only for Desmond, that God keep him safe, since I dont feel his parents are really creating an atmosphere of safety. I find it to be sad.

Natalie Neglio
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I read an article that in response to criticism of the child, the mother responded that he was autistic and not to disparage him. If this child is autistic, the last thing the parents should do is push him in front of the public. People with autism have a very difficult time in social situation and with sensory issues let alone sensory overload as with parades and the like. If you watch this interview, the boy mentions several times that he loves to play with trains. The parents should let the kid play with trains and leave him alone.

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If there is such a thing as “the seat of human evil,” then people with so-called ‘Cluster B’ personality disorders—histrionics, narcissists, borderlines, and antisocials—are sitting on that seat. Society’s underlying problem is people with these disorders, not racism, sexism, or any other ism. They have a talent for making otherwise good people do bad things, and for dragging you into their tangled webs. 10% – 15% of the population is responsible for 99% of the injustice and misery in this world.

Helena Troy
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I agree with everything you say, but the problem is that the rest of the population, about 90%, put up with it. No one should be watching GMA or any other show that glorifies this type of sick behavior. So, even though maybe 10% of the population is acting out in an evil way, the other 90% continues to watch airhead TV, see Hollyweird movies and say nothing.

Pamela
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Yes! Meanwhile channels that educate people about Cluster B personalities are shut down and censored, having to spend time and money on lawyers to get their channels back up (as what happened to my previous recommendation, btw, she is back up!). So, time is lost educating people on this huge problem that we seem to be brainwashed to put up with and feed into. I did for years; I did NOT know. I was just miserable. I’m glad for the people that did catch this video. Seeing it in person helps. After we are educated we can start to untangle the webs, and go NO CONTACT with these monsters! smile

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This is incredibly sad. He looks sick. He looks malnourished and possibly on medication. The dad looks very uncomfortable. Like he knows there is something wrong but he can’t say anything. It is amazing to me that this was aired on am national TV. Pedophiles everywhere are celebrating.

Cat
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You summed up what I think.
The boy should not be a spokesperson for the LGBT community because right now he is not one. He is a boy and playing dress up. He never speaks about his sexuality… EVER

The father has that look. And I am sure the people that know the look I am talking about would agree. I won’t say it specifically because I would not want any legal backlash but he does have the look.

I would not let him ever babysit my kids….

Cindy Lou
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Cindy Lou

And THIS is why I wonder if there is even hope for America. The audience cheering. The parents pushing this.

fadeddenims
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fadeddenims

Whether it is this child or the parents of Shirley Temple….the child is being used for monetary gain, for the benefit of his parents. The child wants to please his parents and himself. Instead of finding help for their child it is easier and more lucrative to put him on stage.

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I could not stop looking at the dad. Everything about him seems off. During the ABC show when the camera is on the parents, his face looks like it is at war with itself. He is trying to smile but it is just not working. The is some serious stuff going on inside of him and it is not pretty.

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