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Rep. Madison Cawthorn To Conservative Moms: Raise Your ‘Young Men’ To Be ‘Monsters’

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In a recent speech, North Carolina’s Republican representative Madison Cawthorn claimed society is trying to “de-masculate young men” and urged any mother raising a son to “raise them to be a monster.” Citing “historically low” testosterone levels in young men, Cawthorn said that “our culture today is trying to completely de-masculate all of the young men in our culture (sic)”. “But my friends, they are trying to de-masculate the young men in our country because they don’t want people who are going to stand up,” the representative claimed.

The staunch Donald Trump ally then went on to urge mothers present at the event, who he claimed were the “most vicious” in the right-wing movement, to raise their sons to be monsters. “If you are raising

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