A man is getting roasted online after he had a temper tantrum at a Lego store because some of the employees were wearing rainbow flag pins and then posted it online.
John K. Amanchukwu Sr. – who calls himself a “faith contributor” to the far-right organization Turning Point USA (TP USA) – posted the video in which he asked an employee of a Lego store if “the Lego Group supports” LGBTQ+ people.
The employee called over another who said, “Yes.”
“But the question is,” Amanchukwu asked, “why are you all in here with those pins on? Do you think children care about what man sucks d**k at home? What girl eats vaginas at home?”
“It’s time to leave, man,” the employee responded, probably because there were children present at the store.
Amanchukwu insisted that he wanted an answer and the employee said, “I don’t think they think about that, personally.”
“They think about it when they see your pin!” Amanchukwu responded.
“No they don’t,” the employee said, who then told him to leave again while Amanchukwu said, “That’s called grooming!”
The employee said that he’ll call security and Amanchukwu threatened to tell security “that you’re in here wearing, uh, Pride flags.”
The video then cuts to when a security guard is present and Amanchukwu was still ranting about the pins.
“Most children don’t know!” Amanchukwu said, who then talked about his own kid. “He’s been educated by me. I think it’s grooming, it’s borderline pedophilia and child abuse for these weirdos to come in here and wear that and at the same time kids buy from this store!”
The security guard then told Amanchukwu to leave, and he said that he won’t spend any more money at the Lego store and started shouting to everyone at the store that “this store is intentionally promoting LGBTQ behavior on children!”
Charlie Kirk, the founder of TP USA, then posted the video to Twitter. It does not appear to be on Amanchukwu’s TikTok account anymore.
People mocked the conservative activists for thinking that shouting about genitalia and sex acts in a Lego store would protect children.