With President Donald Trump in office, the LGBT lobby has become more radical than ever.
They don’t just want Americans to accept them, they want to be celebrated as heroes.
Now, LGBT radicals got smacked down by the last person they expected.
In June, which LGBT activists have hijacked as “gay pride month,” the gay pride rainbow flag seemed to have flown everywhere.
But one place it wasn’t found, at the order of President Trump, was on U.S. Embassies around the world.
Due to the political nature of the flag, he felt it would be inappropriate to fly it on what should be a non-partisan location.
In response, the Left lost their minds, claiming Trump is “homophobic.”
But now it is clear he isn’t alone in his thinking.
A Democrat Mayor in Pennsylvania angered many of his colleagues by blocking a rainbow flag from being flown on City Hall due to the political nature of it.
A Democrat mayor in the Pennsylvania town of Reading has bucked the party trend by blocking an LGBT “pride” flag from being raised at City Hall due to the symbol’s political nature.
The flag was originally slated to fly on Monday in recognition of Reading’s Pride Celebration and stay up through the following Sunday. However, the Reading Eagle reports that Mayor Wally Scott blocked it just minutes before it was set to go up. He objected not to the LGBT lobby’s causes, but to the prospect of flying anything representing a live political cause.
“The mayor’s position is that he does not support flags being up that support political movements and he views that as a political movement,” acting managing director Osmer Deming said in a statement. “The mayor stated he supports the group, the cause but had concerns about raising the flag,” added city council president Jeffrey Waltman, who said he tried to change Scott’s mind.
Reading Mayor Wally Scott’s decision is one the LGBT lobby is furious about.
The flag is clearly political, so his reasoning makes perfect sense.
But the LGBT lobby isn’t one that is known to care about facts.
Instead, they are so radical that anybody who doesn’t do exactly what they demand is considered an enemy.
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