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Steve Bannon Praises Putin and Texas for Anti-LGBTQ+ Actions

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War Room broadcast Wednesday, shortly before Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. He and a guest also lauded Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for his call for authorities to investigate gender-affirming care for minors as child abuse.In the Putin segment, Bannon hosted Erik Prince, founder of the military contracting firm Blackwater USA and brother of Trump’s Education secretary, Betsy DeVos.

Bannon said the U.S. should support Putin because “he’s anti-woke.”“The Russian people still know which bathroom to use,” Prince responded.

Bannon then said, “How many genders are there in Russia?” to which Prince replied, “Two.” Bannon further praised Russia because Russians don’t fly LGBTQ+ Pride flags, and Prince noted, “They don’t have boys swimming in girls’ college swim meets,” a reference to transgender athletes.“How savage,” Bannon said sarcastically. “How medieval.”Putin and Russia are notorious for the “gay propaganda” law, enacted in 2013, which prohibits any mention of LGBTQ+ issues or identities in venues accessible to minors, effectively banning Pride parades and other public LGBTQ+ events.

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