17 June 2016

LGBTs Are Conflicted With The Orlando Tragedy

Omar Mateen
Most Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgender (LGBT) seems to be confuse on what really caused the Orlando massacre that they lost their grasp on reality.

Some LGBT activist keeps on harping that the attack was made against the LGBT community and not against human beings or Americans. They even asked those who opposed gay marriage to sympathizing with the victim's families. Does this mean that they are setting themselves up as another elite class of bigoted individuals?

Others are trying blame it all on the Constitutional right of Americans to carry firearms and used the tragic Orlando shooting to push their agenda further. However, they failed to mention that the Pulse nightclub was a "gun free zone."

The liberal conservatives are also using the tragedy to demand for the passage of more pro-LGBT laws in Congress without considering that there were already more than 200 bills filed and approved last year that promote the despicable gay behavior.

Gay media outlets are also concentrating on the most salacious details of the lives of the victims on a 24/7 basis picturing them as morally upright individuals even if their friends and relatives reveal otherwise.

Has anybody from the gay liberal community paused for awhile and ponder what was really behind the attack? What really motivated the shooter? Are these LGBT so-called champions even capable of critical thinking?

Meanwhile, the American Government is trying to downplay the shooting and refuse to blame the most obvious reason behind it - Radical Islam

According to one official, analysis of gunman Omar Mateen's electronic devices showed searches for jihadist propaganda, including videos of ISIS beheading videos and of Anwar al-Awlaki - an influential American-born imam who worked as a spokesman for al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and was killed in 2011.

"He consumed a hell of a lot of jihadist propaganda" online, the source said.

Al-Bayan, the ISIS radio station that broadcasts in Iraq, claimed last 13 June that Mateen was "one of the soldiers of the caliphate in America."

Case closed.