Showing posts with label Anti Gay Criminal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Anti Gay Criminal. Show all posts

March 15, 2020

This is The Anti Gay Activist Running For Congress Trump Just Pardoned

Angela Stanton-King, an author and former reality TV star, was pardoned in February after spending two years in prison on federal conspiracy charges for her role in a car theft ring, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
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Donald Trump and Angela Stanton-King — Photo: Twitter
A Republican candidate for Congress who was pardoned by Donald Trump has compared gay people to pedophiles on social media 
Last week, she announced her plans to run for a seat in Congress in Georgia’s 5th Congressional District, which is currently held by Democratic U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a civil rights icon and supporter of LGBTQ equality.
Since declaring her candidacy, Stanton-King has tweeted a number of homophobic and transphobic statements, including comparing gay men to pedophiles and conflating the fight for LGBTQ rights with support for pedophilia.
It’s part of a pattern of tweets stretching back almost a decade displaying animus towards LGBTQ equality and gay men in particular.
“Enough is Enough,” Stanton-King wrote in a since-deleted tweet on March 6, alongside an image which features a rainbow gun being held to a man’s head.
Included in the image is the text: “LGBT ‘Rights’. 1995: We want tolerance. 2005: We want equality. 2015: Bake the f##### cake, bigot. 2016: Say my pronouns or go to jail. 2020: Let me f### your 8 yo kid, pedophobe.”
Angela Stanton-King, GOP, Republican
The image in Stanton-King’s since-deleted tweet
While Stanton-King deleted that particular tweet, others remain active on her social media, including another tweet again comparing LGBTQ rights with pedophilia.
On March 8, Stanton-King tweeted an post from former NBA star Dwayne Wade’s Instagram, where Wade proudly spoke of his trans daughter Zaya.
“Gay means Men having sex with men,” Stanton-King wrote. “If you wouldn’t want your 12 yr old daughter advertising that she enjoys sex with men/boys why your 12 yr old son? This is confusion, pedophilia, and sexual exploitation wrapped up in acceptance.”
Angela Stanton-King, GOP, Republican
And in February, Stanton-King used an exchange between former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg and a nine-year-old boy to once more suggest that gay people are pedophiles.
At a campaign event, the boy asked Buttigieg to help him “be brave” and “tell the world I’m gay,” which led to a heartfelt response from the former mayor, who became the first openly LGBTQ person to win a presidential primary.
“Why should boys as young as 9 have pride in being gay?” Stanton-King tweeted. “How do they know they like the feeling of something hard being rammed up their rectum? Why would you tell a child he’s brave for liking penis? Because that’s all gay means. I’m curious.”
Angela Stanton-King, GOP, Republican
In January, she compared the Trump administration — which has been repeatedly criticized for attacking LGBTQ rights — to President Barack Obama’s pro-LGBTQ record
“Trump’s WhiteHouse: Make America Great,” she tweeted. “Obama’s WhiteHouse: Make America Gay.”
Angela Stanton-King, GOP, Republican
PinkNews identified tweets as far back as 2012 displaying Stanton-King’s anti-LGBTQ attitudes, including suggesting that sexual abuse causes homosexuality, and that she wouldn’t teach her sons that homosexuality is acceptable.
“Y’all want me 2 tell my sons it’s ok 2 be gay, naaaaww,” she wrote. “I can’t do that! That’s what man says, that’s not in the Word.”
Stanton-King has also tweeted anti-transgender comments, writing last week that “America can accept a transsexual that changed their whole identity/sex but can’t accept a Felon who has changed their whole lifestyle.”
After Stanton-King’s views on LGBTQ people started to make headlines, she doubled down on her statements on Twitter, calling homosexuality a “sexual perversion” and again conflating it with pedophilia.
“I can’t sit by quietly while thousands of babies are being murdered each day,” she wrote on Tuesday. “While children are being seduced and perverted. While women are being replaced with men and men are being replaced with women. I’m just NOT going to do it.”  
Responding to a headline reporting her anti-LGBTQ comments, she tweeted: “They want our sons bad. I knew this attack would be coming. But I’m willing to be the sacrifice! SAVE OUR SONS! Protect our children!”
“Again… men are not women,” Stanton-King wrote in a separate tweet. “Boys are not girls. Involving children in the sexualized perverted LGBTQ movement is Pedophilia.”
She also said that the “rainbow doesn’t belong to you it belongs to GOD!!!” and added the hashtag #LGBTQPIA+ — the P presumably referencing pedophilia, a common falsehood spread by conservative figures alleging that LGBTQ people are seeking to include pedophilia in the equality movement.
“Dear LGBTQPIA+,” Stanton-King later tweeted. “Help us understand why you have to flaunt your perverse sexuality.
“They have no answer only hateful remarks,” she continued. “They want to be accepted but don’t want to accept the people that don’t agree with perverseness of their lifestyle…. The minute you say a boy is a boy you’re homophobic and transphobic. No that’s not the case at all. They’re heterophobic!”
After a Twitter user challenged her on comparing all gay men to “violent pedophiles,” Stanton-King responded by saying, “Some Gay men… I never said all. Some straight men too.”
“They’re mad that I support Trump,” Stanton-King added. “They’re mad that I speak out about the perversion of children. And they’re mad that I stand for LIFE.”
In a statement to NBC News after her comments came to light, Stanton-King said that she is “very concerned about the whole LGBTQ movement and the way it sexualizes children.”
“The LGBTQ community refers to people’s sexual preferences — lesbians like women, gay people like men — and children shouldn’t be walking advertisements for sexuality when they are not old enough to make their own decisions,” she said.
Despite previously tweeting that she would tell her sons it’s not okay to be gay, Stanton-King said she is “not against LGBTQ rights like same-sex marriage” because her 19-year-old son is gay, and a lesbian aunt helped raise her.

February 3, 2019

This Anti Gay Mousey Rejected Offer of 12 Yrs For Assaulting 2 Guys With Knife Gets 21 Instead

James Thomas, aka rapper Mousey Baby, having rejected a 12-year sentence in a pre-trial plea deal offer, was sentenced to 21 years in prison for assaults on three men near a Brooklyn LGBTQ nightclub.
A Brooklyn man who was convicted in November for slashing or stabbing two men with a knife and menacing a third man near a Bedford-Stuyvesant LGBTQ nightclub was sentenced to 21 years in prison.
“It is clear that his conduct was not in self-defense,” Judge Donald Leo said at the February 1 sentencing of James Thomas in Brooklyn Supreme Court. “This is a circumstance of uncontrollable rage.”
Thomas, 34, had originally faced multiple felony and misdemeanor counts with some charged as hate crimes in the 2017 attack, but the hate crime counts in two of the assaults were dropped after grand jury testimony did not support them. At the start of Thomas’ trial, prosecutors expected the third man to testify and support the hate crime charges, but that man ultimately refused to take the witness stand. Those hate crime charges were dropped after the prosecution rested its case.
Thomas was always going to have a difficult winning an acquittal. The jury was shown video of him making some of the attacks, then he elected to take the stand and testify that he was acting in self-defense when he slashed one man in the face, menaced a second, and stabbed a third man twice. By saying he was defending himself, he had to admit that he made the attacks he was charged with.
Under New York law, when a defendant claims he or she acted in self-defense, prosecutors are required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a defendant was not justified in using physical force.
“This was a terrifying attack carried out for no reason that left three innocent men traumatized,” Eric Gonzalez, the Brooklyn district attorney, said in a statement. “I am committed to protecting all of the people of Brooklyn from such brutal violence. Today’s sentence holds the defendant accountable.” 
Before trial, Kelli Muse, chief of the Hate Crimes Bureau in the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, and Peter Choi, an assistant district attorney, offered Thomas a sentence of 12 years in prison and five years post-release supervision in exchange for a guilty plea to assault and misdemeanor charges. At sentencing, Choi asked for 16 years and five years post-release supervision.
Barry Krinsky, Thomas’ attorney, argued that Thomas had been released on bail prior to trial and had consistently made his court appearances. He also treated Leo respectfully throughout the proceedings. 
“The problem is that behavior doesn’t reflect his behavior in spring 2017,” Leo said.
In asking for the “minimum amount allowable under law,” Krinsky noted that Thomas had been employed, enjoyed the continued support of his family and friends, some of whom attended the sentencing, and had a career as a rapper. Thomas used the stage name Mousey Baby and did not have a successful career. 
As Leo announced his sentence on each of the five counts that Thomas was convicted on, the question was would he serve those sentences concurrently or consecutively. Leo used a mix of concurrent and consecutive sentences, but when he announced the 21-year total, a Thomas supporter said “Oh my God” and could be heard weeping. As his friends and family left the courtroom, one man yelled out, “Love you, Mouse, love you.”

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