Matt Forney, a self-described alt-right radio host, suggested this week that there would be a "white baby boom" after the November election because "women are having sex dreams" about Donald Trump.
"On one hand, the thought of being touched by my husband, a man, after spending day upon never-ending day listening to Donald Trump’s sexually assaultive language, is not a pleasant one," Beck wrote. "On the other, we are both so obsessed with the election that our combined anxiety is killing our sex drives."
Forney responded: "I fully endorse shitlibs not having sex due to Trump, it makes them less likely to breed."
And then in a follow-up tweet, he asserted that Trump's 2016 campaign was a turn-on, at least for white women.
"[I]n my experience though, the majority of white women are having sex dreams about Trump, expect a white baby boom after he takes office," he opined.
The backlash on Twitter was swift.
@basedmattforney you literally could not have experience of this you impossible moron— mr doctor lawyer esquire (@mr doctor lawyer esquire)1477360033.0
Bet even Trump sex dreams are disappointing. 3 wives and however many mistresses, I bet he's not gone down any of t… https://t.co/eeX7QOVKXd— Petey (@Petey)1477415263.0
The face of the world's foremost expert on white women's sex dreams. On his own he will boost the white birth rate… https://t.co/xg8NWoFKty— Tom Bloke (@Tom Bloke)1477399989.0