Massively confused Dylan Mulvaney wants to date women AND have a baby: ‘New biology’

In what some claim is proof of master trolling by Dylan Mulvaney, the transgender just did a TikTok video that confusingly reveals he spoke with his dad and told him he was attracted to and wanted to date women, while at the same time asserting that he wanted to have babies.

“So, I recently told my parents that I may be a little bit romantically interested in women. And that was a big shock for them considering the past 10 years of coming out as gay, then queer, then non-binary, then trans. And I think it was just a bit of a shock. So, I tell my dad and he goes, ‘Well, I would love to see you get a woman pregnant,’ and I said, ‘Oh, no, no, no… she would be getting me pregnant,'” Mulvaney said in the video.

The confusing statement was seen by some as proof that Mulvany was broken and mentally unstable and by others that he has been spoofing the whole transgender issue all along, making fools of everyone who fell for it.

Many feel Mulvaney seems to have shifted gender identities to fit whatever the hottest maniacal version of mental instability being pushed by the left currently is. The latest video looks like one more attempt to go viral by saying the most outrageous thing he can come up with.

Whatever Mulvaney is selling, most aren’t buying.

Evidently, Mulvaney doesn’t know when to be ashamed and quit while he’s behind. He’s also still wearing a mask outside despite the pandemic being officially over.

The transgender TikTok star was spotted in Los Angeles on Saturday out and about to pick up his $800 Prada bikini top and a pink dress from a local dry cleaner, according to the Daily Mail. He then went for laser hair removal.

It was a rare public appearance as Mulvaney has kept a low profile since the disastrous Bud Light ad campaign that has now reportedly cost the company approximately $16 billion since April 1.

Mulvaney has piled up a reported $1.5 million fortune for pushing transgenderism, taking on brand ambassador roles for companies such as Charlotte Tilbury, MAC Cosmetics, Ulta, and Kate Spade. He has also done work for Nike and Walmart.

When Mulvaney left the salon, he described speeding off in his car, driving “full on Fast and Furious” through the backroads in Beverly Hills and claiming he “felt like Liam Neeson” trying to outrun photographers.

“Now I think I might be addicted to drag racing, and not the RuPaul kind,” he quipped.

Meanwhile Bud Light is still tanking. Sales were down over 23 percent this last week with a reported $15.7 billion loss in market value, according to JPMorgan beverage analyst Jared Dinges.

Dinges contends that a 12 to 13 percent volume decline over the course of a year is expected in the US for the company.

“We believe there is a subset of American consumers who will not drink a Bud Light for the foreseeable future,” the analyst commented on Tuesday. “Shares have underperformed EU Beer peers by 15% since the start of April. We believe this is due to US uncertainty, as investor focus has shifted squarely to the potential impact from the Bud Light controversy.”

Beer Business Daily editor Harry Schuhmacher told Fox News Digital in an interview that the “whole industry is in shock.”

He added, “Even Bud’s competitors aren’t really dancing on the grave because they know it could have happened to them. You can’t just flip a switch and make beer. You know, beer is brewed. It takes, you know, at least a couple of weeks to make. So, they haven’t had major supply issues yet, but we’re about to hit Memorial Day and we could probably see some supply shortages there.”

Bud Light has a new promotion called the “US Budweiser Family Memorial Day Rebate” online. It promises an amount “equivalent to the purchase price of one 15-pack or larger, up to $15” of Bud Light, Budweiser, Budweiser Select, or Budweiser Select 55 paid via Anheuser-Busch Digital Prepaid Mastercard.

Based on recent prices, that would give away Bud Light for free. The company’s freefall continues.

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