DEBATE! Crowder vs. LGBTQ Supporter Zack Ford
Last week we had on the estimable Dr. Boniface to talk about transgenderism as a mental disorder, as well as Chad with AIDs to discuss disclosure laws (watch LWC #76). You know, because men thinking they're women is...odd. And if you have AIDS...maybe tell that to people with whom you plan to fornicate. Well Zack Ford over at Think Progress, an extreme leftist website, took issue with both Dr. Boniface and Chad with AIDS...
First of all: thanks to Zack Ford for coming on the show. It's not an easy thing to do to face someone you disagree with for a debate. Especially when that person has actual facts, numbers, and science on their side.
As seen in the debate, Zack had plenty of assertions, but zero facts to buttress his arguments. Also, turns out his arguments? They're not accurate. Zack says doctors frequently deny transgender people "medical care," but his definition of medical care isn't treating the flu, or an injury, but denying hormonal treatment for their transition. So leftists like Zack here toss cross-hormonal treatment denial, in with "medical care."
Zack also stated AIDS is an "epidemic." When Steven asked Zack to define what he meant by providing numbers on how many people had AIDS? Zack couldn't give numbers. Despite calling AIDS an "epidemic."
Fortunately we do have numbers for you on the AIDS. Read Dear AIDS Day Activists: Facts or Political Correctness? Pick One... Spoiler-alert: they're not epidemic. Also AIDS? Entirely preventable.
In other words, this is what the debate looked like:
To be clear, Steven has the chair.
This is major lesson in how to debate a leftist. They have plenty of assertions, plenty of arguments, lots of feelings, plenty of emotions. Zero facts. The best way to debate a leftist like Zack Ford, who makes so many arguments and loves to paint people as intolerant, is to ask him/her/ze/zir for the proof of their arguments. Because then...
Watch the full show LWC #77 MEXICAN RACISM! Debate with Zack Ford, David Limbaugh and Gavin McInnes, it's a good one.