Tackling the made-up controversy over who gets to use what bathroom, Stephen Colbert mocked the living hell out the very idea of caring about who’s in the bathroom with you:
When I am forced to use a public bathroom — which is infrequently, thank God — I go in there with blinders on. I don’t know who’s next to me. It could be a centaur next to me, for all I know. I don’t even like to look at myself in the mirror afterwards. I know what I did. I’m there for a surgical strike — get in, get out, minimal casualties.
It’s kind of hard to argue with that logic. There’s a reason it’s called “doing your business” and, frankly, that business ain’t nobody else’s. Stephen goes on to describe what laws regulating bathroom content should actually look like: no talking, no shaking of hands and for the love of all that’s holy, don’t break the man code!
But finally, Colbert gets to the punchline and, as usual, Republicans are it:
And to all those lawmakers out there who are so obsessed with who’s using what bathroom and what plumbing they’ve got downtown…newsflash: You’re the weirdos.
100% true. Here’s Colbert doing his business all over transphobic bigots:[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv7d8EXxtqs]
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