Rob Williams, Arnie States, encourage abuse against LGBT children
Rob Williams and Arnie States, two radio hosts from KRXQ 98.5 FM radio in Sacramento hosted a segment of their show 'Rob, Arnie, & Dawn in the morning' on May 28th all about transgender children, with a specific focus on the case of an Omaha family raising a gender dysphoric child, and who are supporting her decision to transition from male to female. In this show, they encouraged abuse against all transgender children.
Williams and States took turns referring to gender dysphoric children as "idiots" and "freaks," who were just out "for attention" and had "a mental disorder that just needs to somehow be gotten out of them," either by verbal abuse on the part of the parents, or even shock therapy.
"Allowing transgenders to exist, pretty soon it becomes normal to fall in love with the animals," they said.
States said that if his son ever put on heels, then he would beat him with the shoes, and said that if any parents have a son who wants to wear a dress, then they should verbally abuse them and degrade them.
"I'm going to go, 'You know what? You're a little idiot! You little dumbass!'" States sneered, adding later, "I look forward to when [the transgender children] go out into society and society beats them down. And they wind up in therapy."
There have already been a few cases this year of boys taking their own lives for 'acting gay' and being relentlessly tormented for it. Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover was one of the boys who hung himself after months of being bullied for 'being gay'.
"I'm not open-minded once I look into sumpin'" one of the two men grunted at the beginning of the segment, their voices interchangeable. "I have every right to call you a freak and judge you on that. It makes me sick. 'Mommy, I'm a girl trapped in a boy's body,'" he simpered, mimicking an effeminate little boy. "I want to wear a dwess."
Co-host Dawn Rossi, did seem genuinely horrified by what was happening, but Williams and States berated her.
"You're actually defending allowing people to become freaks?" they seethed. "A boy who wants to wear a dress is a freak. A nut."
Both States and Williams claimed that 'transgenders did not exist four years ago', which is historically inaccurate.
"If the kid ever gets to be eighteen," States snarled, "and says 'I still feel like a woman!' you say, 'Get out! Go be a freak! And understand, SON, that society will neveraccept you because we still have some moral judgment."
Both Rob Williams and Arnie States said today that it was just a joke and that they would never advocate violence against children in real life.
"I think it's ridiculous to even think that I'm advocating some violence against kids there," States said on the air."I know a lot of people don't understand this," he said a moment later. "That's a joke."The DJs added that regular listeners to their show know that they make jokes about a variety of topics, offending lots people in the process.