The homosexual Republicans crossed the line of what is acceptable behavior in voting for Donald Trump.
The fact that there are organized homosexual Republicans may sadden Christian conservatives. But this kind of stories may be good news. One of the tragedies to fighting the homosexual agenda is it creates an environment where Christians can’t listen to or be heard by homosexual friends—or even have homosexual friends. Resistance to the totalitarian groupthink of Progressives may be to the advantage of Christians in their efforts to win over fellow sinners. We’ll see.
Fox 5 reports, “Gay Trump supporters denied entry into Charlotte Pride Parade.”
“It was going to be fun. We wanted to be energetic. We wanted to show that we weren’t the racist, bigot; misogynistic…We wanted to show that we are Americans, love our country and our president. We wanted to be there to celebrate gay pride. Everything fell into place except being able to celebrate who I am,” he said.
Talbert said Charlotte Pride sent him an email denying his application for a float
“For a group of people to claim to want tolerance, acceptance, and give it to every single person you can imagine to give it to, for them to sit back and judge me for exercising my right as an American to choose my leader without judgment is hypocritical,” Talbert said.
This kind of hypocrisy is going on elsewhere, most notably in L.A.:
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