Laura Ingraham: Let’s Wear Diapers To Avoid Trans People In Bathrooms (AUDIO)

Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham offered up a solution to listeners also in a panic about using the same bathrooms as transgender people: Try wearing diapers!

In a “new transgender updated” for “all of you who are bathroom-goers,” Ingraham said, “I think a lot of people are going to be walking around with just Depends on from now on. They’re just not going to use the bathroom.”

“Adult diapers, diapers for everybody. No one’s going to be going to the bathroom,” she continued, saying that in her vision of the future involves “no bathrooms” at all because everyone will be wearing diapers.

“Everyone will just be happy,” she said, apparently half-joking. “Everyone’s bathroom is just their own clothes, OK? So this is what we’re going to go to.”

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