08 June 2017

White House Mum On Any Gay Pride Events

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FINALLY! After years of enduring the despicable promotion of of same sex behavior, President Donald Trump is breaking from tradition by not declaring any month during his term as LGBT Pride Month.

On the final day of May, the president issued five separate proclamations, choosing June to honor those the contributed to the American freedom and preserving their culture, which includes the Caribbean-American heritage, African-American music, home-ownership, the outdoors and the ocean. A forced acknowledgement of June as a historic month for LGBT people was nowhere to be found.

LGBT advocates and former White House staffers took to Twitter to criticize the lack of recognition, but they were silenced by the vast majority who doesn't want to anything to do with a loud minority.

In the previous administration, the White House catered to every whim and caprices of LGBTs. As gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights have been forced on everyone in recent years, LGBT Pride Month even begun to receive recognition at the federal level. President Bill Clinton was the first to officially declare June as Gay and Lesbian Pride Month, issuing a proclamation on 2 June 2000. It was followed by the Obama White House where they issued an annual proclamation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month, beginning in 2011, according to the White House archives.

The problem is that nobody like the LGBT. They are the most self-absorbed lot in the world. They want everything given to them in the silver platter even if they don't deserve it. They want freedom and equal rights, but they don't want to be sent to Iraq to fight ISIS. They want inclusive governance that is accepting Muslims, but they don't want to go to Saudi Arabia and preached that there.

On 1 June, Trump's oldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, tweeted her support of Pride 2017 and the LGBT community. As expected, she was lambasted by the idiotic LGBTs who wants only their kind to praise them. Lucas Grindley, editor-in-chief of LGBT publication The Advocate, wrote in an op-ed that recognizing LGBT Pride Month in a tweet doesn't make her, or anyone in the Trump administration, an "ally."

See what they really are? They are a vile lot and doesn't deserve any respect from anyone. The President of the most powerful national in the world has better things to do than recognize their existence.