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

March 9, 2020

The Coming Out Now Of Aaron Shock Does Not Absorbs This Dude Of The Damage He is Done

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 Aaron Shocck on right and Draq Queen who confronted hom on left

I don't post items from from the gay media. This blog is capable of going to the source as everyone else in this media community. In the case of this awful human being  Aaron Shock which everyone knew he was gay but he fought the rumors by doing as much damage as he could while in congress and closetted.. I wanted to post this article which appeared at The Guardian, with my editorial.

From an ordinary Joe as we are used to saying, so who knows him? What damaged can he do?

As a memeber of the Congress of the United States Plenty of damage. When you have spent years trying to show you are straight by going against LGBT rights, you can not abosrobed yourself by just saying, "Oops you were right about me, Im gay". I takes a lot more just like someone who is well known like a singer or in the media, movies actor comes out in your sixties after denying this and not helping which in my mind is hurting when we have votes in congress to give LGBT the same rights as straights and you support the oposite to show how straight you are, you owe the community.  It is up to you in some caes to see what you can do to absorb yourself for these dirty actions or non actions.

When I first published about Shock in this blog Gay Republican comes Out there was one comment from a reade which I though describes as I feel and most LGBT feel about this man if he could be calld that:

Frederick Wright said...
He's a vicious monster who deserves no sympathy whatsoever. I hope he lives a long and lonely life, without ever experiencing love or intimacy.

Adam Gonzalez, adamfoxie blog

Coming out as gay doesn't absolve you of your anti-LGBTQ+ history

Arwa Mahdawi
 Posted on The Guardian

Ex-congressman makes shocking Downton Abbey confession

You’re never going to believe this, but it appears that a former Republican politician is a massive hypocrite.

Aaron Schock, a four-term Illinois congressman, was once a GOP wunderkind. He was the first member of the US Congress born in the 1980s but had the values of someone born in the 1890s, consistently voting against LGBTQ+ rights. On Thursday, however, the 38-year-old came out as gay in a 2,000 word post.

Schock’s sexuality, as he himself notes, isn’t a huge surprise to many. Rumours followed him throughout his political career – which came to an ignominious end in 2015 when he resigned amid allegations that he’d misappropriated taxpayer funds. (He was later indicted but charges were dropped last year). Schock was widely known as the Downton Abbey Guy because of his lavish Capitol Hill office which was renovated in the style of a dining room from the British period drama.

Schock is apparently still seething about the Downton digs which he describes as a “dog-whistle”. “I’d never even heard of, and still haven’t seen, Downton Abbey,” he stresses in his coming-out essay.

After clarifying that urgent matter, Schock expresses remorse for being against marriage equality in 2008, but notes that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama also held that position at the time. “[I]f I were in Congress today, I would support LGBTQ rights in every way I could,” he wrote. Nothing says “brave” like supporting something once it becomes mainstream!

While Schock half-apologizes for being against marriage equality, he conveniently ignores the rest of his hugely homophobic record. This man wasn’t just a coward, he was a crusader. He scored a zero on the Human Rights Campaign’s congressional scorecard. He voted against the Matthew Shepard Act, which expanded federal hate crime laws to include attacks motivated by gender identity or sexuality. He voted against the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. He boasted about having one of the “most conservative voting records in the state house”.

“Everyone deserves to come out as their authentic self on their own terms,” Glaad, an LGBTQ advocacy group, tweeted in response to the former politician’s declaration. “However, Aaron Schock’s statement fails to acknowledge the years of hurt that his votes … caused LGBTQ Americans.”

I have some sympathy for Schock. He notes that he comes from a religious family who have reacted to his sexuality with disappointment, bible verses and recommendations that he seek conversion therapy. Coming out can’t have been easy.

Nevertheless, coming out isn’t some sort of “get out of jail free” card. It doesn’t absolve you of your history. It doesn’t wipe your slate clean like Schock seems to think it does. As Glaad notes, the ex-politician doesn’t acknowledge the hurt he caused. He doesn’t take real responsibility and he doesn’t even properly apologize.

Instead of asking for forgiveness, Schock seems to demand applause: LGBTQ+ people who don’t welcome him with open arms, he suggests, are “vicious”. His self-indulgent essay paints himself as both tragic victim and courageous hero. “I … hope that in sharing my story it might help shine a light for young people,” he writes. What exactly is the moral of that story, one wonders? It is absolutely fine to spend years screwing over your community for personal gain as long as you come out afterwards? As far as I’m concerned, Schock can shine his light elsewhere 

March 6, 2020

Anti Gay Republican Ex Congressman of Illinois Aaron Shocks Comes Out Gay

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 I reported a couple of times in the past that he was a hyppocrite for being anti gay when he was just that.

 While he was a member of Congress representing Illinois from 2009 to 2015, Republican Rep. Aaron Schock voted against many measures that would have helped the LGBT community, earning a pathetic score of zero on the Human Rights Campaign’s Congressional scorecard. Chief among his controversial positions were a vote against the repeal of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, and a vote against the Matthew Shepard Act, which expanded federal hate crime laws to include attacks motivated by a victim’s gender identity or sexuality.

But five years after the congressman resigned at age 33 amid investigations into his alleged misuse of taxpayer funds, Schock has come out as gay himself. In a lengthy essay posted on Instagram on Thursday, Schock said that he wanted to make a public announcement “to remove any doubt and to finally validate who I am as a person.” 

Partially thanks to stereotypes about gay men, rumors around Schock’s sexually have existed since he rose to national prominence with his election to the House. The fact that he was unmarried, dressed well, posed shirtless on the cover of Men’s Health, and had an office that was decorated to look like a room in “Downton Abbey” all led to speculation that Schock was gay. In 2019, after he left office, he was photographed partying with gay men and kissing one of them, removing almost any doubt months before Schock confirmed the truth.

“He spent entirely too much time in the gym for a straight man,” Rep. Barney Frank, who is gay, said while Schock was still a congressman. He then defended his comments by arguing that, regardless of his sexuality, Schock was no ally to gay people.
“When you are in public office and you vote opposite to the way you live your life, no I don’t think you have privacy,” Frank said.

Schock seemed apologetic about his old political positions in his essay, writing that, if he were in Congress now, he “would support LGBTQ rights in every way [he] could.” But also, when anticipating the inevitable criticism that he should have fought harder while in office, he shifts the blame a bit, noting that when he was elected in 2008, presidential candidates John McCain, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton all opposed gay marriage.

“That fact doesn’t make my then position any less wrong,” he said, “but it’s sometimes easy to forget that it was leaders of both parties who for so long wrongly understood what it was to defend the right to marry.”

Lauren Theisen

New York Daily News
 Lauren Theisen is a journalist and hockey fan originally from Michigan who covers national breaking stories for the New York Daily News. Before arriving at NYDN, she wrote for publications including Deadspin, Vice, Jezebel, The Guardian, and Popular Science.


February 21, 2020

Sadly, Lots of LGBTQ People Carry Lots of Hate Towards Their Kind, Meet Jeremy Irons

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I would let another blogger (Zack Sharf) and the media(variety)speak about Mr. Irons who had just been awarded another accolade. I would speak(write) with too much disdain about him so I thought it best that others remind all of us of a few stands he took when in the first place there was no reason to. Like he is said (Irons) many times "I should have kept my mouth shut" and rightly so except, once your words go into the media and the world, how do you take that river back? 
A successful actor in both the theatre and movies, with so much at this disposition, I wish he were more of a human being and less of a judge talking about matters that obviously he knows nothing about. I will bet he carries an inverted vagina and thinks it is a funny looking penis. My apologies to all those that carry a real one.


British actor Jeremy Irons, this year’s president of the international jury at the Berlin Film Festival, has spoken out about prior controversies surrounding his alleged views on sexual abuse, same-sex marriage, and abortion.

Irons opened the jury’s press conference on Thursday, calling it a “privilege” to have been named president, but wasted no time in addressing comments made to the press over the last 10 years which recently resurfaced. Last month the Berlinale came under fire from the German press for tapping the British actor as head of the international jury.

“I should like, not as the jury president, but on a personal level to address various comments that I have reportedly made in the past, and which have resurfaced in certain sections of the press over the past few weeks. I wish I didn’t have to take up time with this, but I don’t want it to continue as a distraction to the Berlinale,” he told journalists. 

Irons claimed in a 2011 interview with the U.K.’s Radio Times that “if a man puts his hand on a woman’s bottom, any woman worth her salt can deal with it,” adding: “It’s communication. Can’t we be friends?” The actor has also defended the Church’s right to call abortion a sin and suggested in a 2013 interview with the Huffington Post that legalizing gay marriage could encourage fathers to marry their sons in order to avoid inheritance taxes.

Claiming the comments were “already refuted and apologized for,” Irons said he wanted to address the subjects of sexual abuse, same-sex marriage, and abortion.

“Let me make my views this morning entirely clear on these particular subjects once and for all. Firstly, I support wholeheartedly the global movement to address the inequality of women’s rights, and to protect them from abusive, damaging, and disrespectful harassment, both at home and in the workplace,” he said.

“Secondly, I applaud the legislation of same-sex marriage, wherever it has been attained, and I hope that such enlightened legislation will continue to spread into more and more societies. And thirdly, I support wholeheartedly the right of women to have an abortion, should they so decide.
“These three human rights are, I believe, essential steps toward a civilized and humane society, for which we should all continue to strive. There are many parts of the world where these rights do not yet exist, where such ways of living lead to imprisonment, and even to death.”

He continued: “I hope that some of the films we will be watching will address these problems, among many others we face in our world, and I look forward to watching films in this year’s Berlinale which will provoke us to question attitudes, prejudices, and worldwide perceptions of life as we know it. I hope that’s put my past comments to bed.”

The 2020 Berlin International Film Festival got underway this morning with competition jury president Jeremy Irons confronting some of the more controversial comments he’s made in the past in regards to abortion, gay marriage, and sexual harassment. Irons is leading this year’s jury alongside such names as actress Bérénice Bejo and filmmakers Kenneth Lonergan and Kleber Mendonça Filho. Irons started the jury press conference by bringing up the comments from his past, many of which resurfaced in the lead up to Berlinale. German press criticized the festival for naming Irons the president of the jury. The actor told the press, “I wish I didn’t have to take up time with this, but I don’t want it to continue as a distraction to the Berlinale.”

In a 2011 interview with Radio Times, Irons was commenting on sexual harassment and was quoted as saying, “If a man puts his hand on a woman’s bottom, any woman worth her salt can deal with it. It’s communication. Can’t we be friends?” The actor also defended the Church’s right to call abortion a sin. Another point of controversy came from Irons’ 2013 interview with HuffPo in which he said that legalizing gay marriage could result in fathers marrying their sons in order to avoid inheritance taxes. Irons’ anti-abortion comments are relevant to Berlin as Eliza Hittman’s abortion drama “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” is playing in competition.

“Let me make my views this morning entirely clear on these particular subjects once and for all,” Irons told journalists (via Variety). “Firstly, I support wholeheartedly the global movement to address the inequality of women’s rights, and to protect them from abusive, damaging, and disrespectful harassment, both at home and in the workplace. Secondly, I applaud the legislation of same-sex marriage, wherever it has been attained, and I hope that such enlightened legislation will continue to spread into more and more societies. And thirdly, I support wholeheartedly the right of women to have an abortion, should they so decide.”

Irons continued, “These three human rights are, I believe, essential steps toward a civilized and humane society, for which we should all continue to strive. There are many parts of the world where these rights do not yet exist, where such ways of living lead to imprisonment, and even to death. I hope that some of the films we will be watching will address these problems, among many others we face in our world, and I look forward to watching films in this year’s Berlinale which will provoke us to question attitudes, prejudices, and worldwide perceptions of life as we know it. I hope that’s put my past comments to bed.”

The 2020 Berlin International Film Festival runs through March 1.

November 13, 2019

Tim Robbins Takes Ellen to Task Over Her Friendship with George Bush

Watching not just reading what someone said in the 20th-century communication world is as simple as pressing some buttons. There should be no question of how George Bush behaved towards the gay community. Everything from DADT (don't ask don't tell) to gay marriage and there is a lot of dirty water in between particularly with education, judges and all those things that a President can do to keep a community he hates down. But G.Bush did not hate the gay community, he had secret gay friends and saw it as purely political moves.

Except for the people he hurt were not just a political strategy but people wanting to get what they deserve: Equality!  That is what gets me about Bush. I can respect someone that has a problem because of the way they were brought up with anti-gay schooling, Church and family. But someone that can see how unjust we were being treated, a community of men, women and children but not only refuses to get on their side but takes the opposite side knowing full well which is the family side, the just side. He took the side that said we were anti-family but he was for the family. That is why I can't stand this man and to see someone in the gay community, someone well known for taking their friendship public it makes all the things that Bush did against the community mute. Today that LGBT rights including marriage are being revisited by the Supreme court and local courts and so many rights we still don't have in most of the states like adoption, hate crimes, etc. We are not there yet and is too early to declare an amnesty on our enemies.
Adam Gonalez

 Actor Tim Robbins weighed in on Ellen DeGeneres' controversial friendship with former president George W. Bush, calling her out for "making peace" with someone who is "responsible for a lot of death."
In an interview on BuzzFeed News' AM to DM on Tuesday, Robbins, who stars in the upcoming movie Dark Waters with Mark Ruffalo, spoke candidly about how society fails to hold people like Bush accountable for his role in the Iraq War. 

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"Listen, I'm all for going across aisles and making peace with people, but there are certain people that are walking around right now that are responsible for a lot of death," Robbins said. "That is, for me, something [Bush] has never reckoned with, never taken responsibility for."
The Iraq War led to tens of thousands of deaths and a devastating humanitarian crisis, and it's been widely denounced as a massive foreign policy mistake.
The video of DeGeneres and Bush sitting together at a Dallas Cowboys game last month sparked a flood of angry responses from people who pointed out his role in the war and his record on LGBTQ rights, among other things.
DeGeneres later responded in a monologue on her show, defending her friendship with people like Bush who "don't share the same beliefs that I have."
"Just because I don't agree with someone on everything, it doesn't mean that I'm not gonna be friends with them," she said, adding that it was important to be kind to people who "don't think the same way you do."
Many celebrities came to DeGeneres' defense, praising her for her message about being "kind" to everyone.
Others, including Robbins' Dark Waters costar Ruffalo, criticized DeGeneres for seemingly portraying Bush as someone who simply has different opinions. 
In his interview Tuesday with BuzzFeed News, Robbins said Bush lives in "an elite bubble" where "you can do whatever the hell you want to in your life [and] pay no ramifications."
"I work with people in prison that have done a lot less than that that are spending years and years, if not their entire lives in prison for offenses. And they're paying for it, they know what they've done and they've accepted responsibility for it," he said. "Meanwhile, you have people going to football games and everything's fine, and oh, isn't it cute? No, it's not cute."

May 16, 2019

What is Wrong with Lindsey Graham? Trump Got to Him!

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It is my opinion Linsey Graham turned 180 degrees is due to Trump having the goods on him.

Linsey Graham knows that because he has been agains the gay community, ALWAYS! People finding out with facts that he is just an old closeted queen and used to be a young closeted homosexual won't go well with his voters.

I am gay and know he is also gay, he is an anti gay gay which is a different sexuality. All these men that don't have a reason to be going after a community not because they are communists since now the commander in chief is in bed with them and no thread to anyone, no even the church.

Lindsey never had an opportunity to come out because how he is always ran in his state and how his state still out there in the woods in social issues. He knows he will loose his next election and more. He always wanted to be Preident and that would be out of the question as a discovered old queen.
When he was younger he lost his parents while still young and as the elser took care of his brother and sister. The church, politics and latter a big man politcian offered him consolation, advice and shelter.

Why now? Because McCain is not here and there is no one to guide this boy who always had an older man to guide him. So Trump knowing, is made him an offer he can't refuse. Put yourself in his shoes after you read after him. If he was a decent man, he would know the right way but he knows most politicians are not decent... why should he be?

You think about it. Why now and why coming gainst everything McCain believe in. Why is he politicly in bed with the man McCain could stomach the least;  Because he is dead. In a matter of speaking so is Lindsey. He is got no where to go but the way the man with the goods tells him to go.

I've witten many times saying this guy is gay. particularly when he came out strongly about NOT abolishing DADT (Don't ask don't tell).

Even if yoour gay-radar is weak you most know Im telling something that sounds right because it is right.
Iam tired about writting about Washington politicians that are gay. They are mainly based in the Republican party and I DONT KNOW WHY. But once elected they become our worst enemies. Maybe is their way of denial; Iam told that People that do reprehensive things in their own minds tend to be the opposite in public. They become two people, at least.

Know the reason about Lindsey just like I have just posted about Mr. Fallwell. We tried to find out about him (Fallwell Sr.) back in the days of Reagan and the inmoral majority, without success but maybe it was just the genes, particularly that we now know it is usually carried from the father to the oldest child or the younger one or both. Look at Falwell how he comes after the LGBT community on things that even straight people say why is he doing this? Why gay people should be fired and kiked out of their homes? These are issue we have discussed with both the American people ( in othernations) with the general population and they and us have won with their concienses and in the courts. But people like Falwell wants to litigate this again. Go back to the past.

Coming back to our boy Linsey, if you read the evidence and just thing about why would someone reversed thmselves like this...I say is sexual and I hear other voices that say Trump is got the goods on him, what ever that is. Why not? That is the way Trump operates. Remember fishing for disrt on Clinton? Why? Even Trump said he like her it in private and in public. But she was the enemy because she stood in front of what he wanted.So geting dirt was just right. Why it would not be right about someone else?

He has never sent an email
Earlier this year, Graham made headlines when he quipped that he had "never sent" an email, despite 12 years as a U.S. senator and eight as a representative before that. The comment, which quickly went viral, came in response to a question by NBC's Chuck Todd in a discussion about Hillary Clinton's use of a home-based email server while serving as secretary of state.
Asked if he had a private email account, Graham told Todd: "I don't email. No, you can have every email I've ever sent. I've never sent one."
Graham does, however, regularly carry a cellphone. But don't expect him to wade into the iPhone vs. Android debate anytime soon. His device of choice is a flip phone.

Jerry Fallwell Jr. Anti Gay Crusader Like (His Daddy) But Jr. Likes Young Gay Poor Boy(s) Section }1{

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So Donald Trump’s former personal attorney and “fixer,” Michael Cohen has reported beginning his three-year prison sentence for a series of offenses, some of them done in service to Trump.

In a press conference, apologized for his wrongs, and suggested that he had more to tell and that he looked forward to the day when he could reveal all he knows.

Yes, we can look forward to another tell-all book on just how horrendous and corrupt Donald Trump is.

In the meantime, he’s talking, and some of those tales told paint a vivid picture about the 2016 election. In one particular instance revealed on Tuesday, he’s talking about one of Trump’s most ardent supporters, Jerry Falwell, Jr, dean of Liberty University.

Reuters dropped an exclusive on Tuesday, regarding an account given by Cohen to actor Tom Arnold as to how he helped “fix” a particularly sticky problem for Falwell and his wife, just months before the son of televangelist Jerry Falwell threw his public support behind then-candidate Trump.

It wouldn’t be the first time Cohen has stepped in to help Falwell with a problem.

Back in 2012, Falwell and his wife befriended a 21 year old pool boy at a luxury hotel in Miami, by the name of Giancarlo Granda.

For some mystifying reason, the Falwells decided to loan this otherwise inexperienced young man $1.8 million to invest in a youth hostel, where he would serve as manager.

He had no known business experience. He has no background in the hospitality industry, other than working as a pool attendant, but they were prepared to invest heavily, in order to help him in this venture.

Not only that, but they were flying him around on private jets, bringing him out to be with them on the Liberty University campus.

The odd story came to light because of a lawsuit, brought by two other investors in the Alton Hostel, Jesus Fernandez Sr. and Jesus Fernandez Jr.

The Fernandez family feel they were pushed out of the deal, as the hostel is listed as owned by Granada (the pool boy), Falwell’s wife, Cindy Falwell, and their son, Jerry (Trey) Falwell, III.

Granada was with the couple at a Liberty University convocation in 2012, and met Donald Trump and Michael Cohen at that event.

Just what kind of help Cohen provided in that incident is not immediately clear, but there was some discussion.

Tuesday’s news, however, is another level of “hhmmmm…”

According to Reuters, several months before Jerry Falwell, Jr became the first major evangelical voice to throw his support behind Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential race, Cohen was asked to bring his particularly greasy, mob lawyer tactics into play, on Falwell’s behalf.

In a recorded conversation, reviewed by Reuters, Cohen revealed how he stepped in to stop something deeply embarrassing and personal from seeing the light of day.

Falwell, president of Liberty University, one of the world’s largest Christian universities, said someone had come into possession of what Cohen described as racy “personal” photographs — the sort that would typically be kept “between husband and wife,” Cohen said in the taped conversation.

According to a source familiar with Cohen’s thinking, the person who possessed the photos destroyed them after Cohen intervened on the Falwells’ behalf.

Why do I get the feeling that we’re not just talking simply boudoir photos?

So this is where I recall some of the lessons learned from the sex counseling classes that were part of my Psychology major.

Sex between a married, devoted couple is not a bad thing. It’s not to be treated as dirty or wrong. There should be no shame in enjoying each other, as a married couple, because that is what God intended for us.

Touching, exploring, loving, and appreciating everything about our mates. Sex was not simply formed for the sake of procreation. Were that the case, it would be an instinctual process, just as it is for other animals. No one would derive pleasure from it.

In fact, humans are the only living creatures that have sex for pleasure.

As I have often said, however, sex was meant as a wedding gift, not a party favor.

So if Jerry Falwell, Jr and his wife felt like taking some spicy images, during the course of their marital playtime, is it wrong?

My first inclination is to say, no, not entirely.

With that in mind, however, if it’s a case of images that somehow disrespect the marriage bed, or show some otherwise unhealthy appetites, it could be troubling.

The husband is tasked with loving his wife as Christ loved the church, and part of that is protecting her from incidents like this.

The next question should be: Who had those images and how did they gain access to them?

That much we don’t know.

The Falwells enlisted Cohen’s help in 2015, according to the source familiar with Cohen’s thinking, the year Trump announced his presidential candidacy. At the time, Cohen was Trump’s confidant and personal lawyer, and he worked for the Trump Organization.

The Falwells wanted to keep “a bunch of photographs, personal photographs” from becoming public, Cohen told Arnold. “I actually have one of the photos,” he said, without going into specifics. “It’s terrible.”
So the individual who had the images destroyed them, but Cohen is saying he’s retained one of them?

And while there is no proof that this is the catalyst for Falwell’s subsequent endorsement of Trump, and his steadfast approval of Trump’s every move, it doesn’t seem particularly on the up-and-up.

During the campaign, Cohen worked closely with Liberty University to help promote Trump’s candidacy. It was around that time that Cohen heard from the Falwells about the photographs, said the source familiar with Cohen’s thinking.

The Falwells told Cohen that someone had obtained photographs that were embarrassing to them, and was demanding money, the source said. Reuters was unable to determine who made the demand. The source said Cohen flew to Florida and soon met with an attorney for the person with the photographs. Cohen spoke with the attorney, telling the lawyer that his client was committing a crime, and that law enforcement authorities would be called if the demands didn’t stop, the source said.
That part is actually correct, so kudos to Cohen for managing some legit lawyering.

With Cohen now behind bars for the next couple of years, we may not immediately get a follow-up to this story, but it’s unlikely to just go away.

And he still has one of the images, so there’s that

April 22, 2019

There Was is a GaY~Trumpi Who Owns Trump His Job Came Agaisnt The Gay Community for Trump~ GLAAD just Told Him Something

LEt's Remember because this is happen before from Chris Chris in Floria to Countless of anti gay people who were in the closet and own their job to a Bush or a Trump. Im hopping your sense of history lets you know this is the truth about thtis satement if not I can always send you information I can't fit in here and have people red it. Just ask.

by Virginia Kruta  (Above by Adamfoxie publisher)

The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) scolded U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell Friday for his criticism of openly-gay Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg and his defense of Vice President Mike Pence.

“A sitting ambassador shouldn’t be going on TV to attack a Presidential candidate,” the organization tweeted at Grenell, who also happens to be gay.

Grenell fired back at GLAAD, saying, “Odd that GLAAD wants to silence gays they don’t agree with. Are we all supposed to think the same?”

The ambassador, who appeared on Fox News’ “The Story” with Martha MacCallum earlier in the week, claimed that Buttigieg’s attacks on Vice President Mike Pence amounted to a “hate hoax along the lines of Jussie Smollett.”

April 18, 2019

Aaron Schock Was or is Anti Gay But Not While He is Having a Good Old Gay Time

This news is being reported on the gay media but I wanted to make an exception and add my 2cents because it takes someone who does not care about truth or being embarrassed by being found out. Someone else would have said he was sorry for lying for so long and opposing his people. But no, that is not Aaron Schock. 

Tyler Tixier, left, with his arm around former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, at whose right is Keith Anthony, at Coachella (Facebook)
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 Remember this picture on the news when he was still in Congress 
What happens at Coachella doesn’t stay at Coachella, to the likely disappointment of Keith Anthony, a gay West Hollywood fitness trainer and member of the city’s Business License Commission.
Anthony and his boyfriend, Tyler Tixier, were photographed hanging out at the desert music festival this past weekend with Aaron Schock, the former GOP congressman from Illinois who is infamous for his anti-gay voting record and alleged misuse of federal money.
Schock, who represented Illinois’ 18th District, resigned in March 2015 after he was accused of using campaign funds and office accounts to pay for lavish trips and events. He has been criticized by gay activists for voting against the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and against amending federal hate crimes laws to include crimes where the victims were targeted on the basis of sexual orientationgender identitygender, and disability.

 Twitter pic. The former anti-gay Congressman makes out in Coachella
 In a post on Facebook, James Duke Mason called out Schock for what Mason described as his hypocrisy for hanging out with other gay men and being photographed making out with one of them, at Coachella.
“Normally I wouldn’t comment on something like this, but I am just infuriated by these images of former Republican (and anti-gay) Congressman Aaron Schock partying with a group of gay men at Coachella,” Mason wrote. “The fact that he would think he could show his face in public, particularly when he has NEVER renounced or apologized for his votes against gay marriage, gays in the military and against anti-discrimination laws is astounding. My intention isn’t too out him or target him personally, but simply to point out the hypocrisy. I saw him at a recent gay social event in West Hollywood and shook his hand before I realized who he was; he should really be ashamed of himself. And the guys who associate with him without calling him out should know better. It really is a disgrace.”
Mason posted the photo of the shirtless Anthony with the shirtless Schock and other gay men on his Facebook page.  City Councilmember John Duran, who had appointed Anthony to the Historic Preservation Commission (where he no longer serves) and the Business License Commission, expressed his own surprise at Anthony’s interaction with Schock.  “What the hell????” his post read (it since has been removed.)
Schock’s gay adventure at Coachella also caught the attention of Queerty, the national gay website, which cited Mason’s Facebook post, as did Towleroad and GregInHollywood, two other popular sites. 
WEHOville has reached out to Anthony but as yet hasn’t gotten a response.

October 6, 2018

Is Lindsey Graham Being Blackmailed?---Follow Up About Arrest Today

Follow up at bottom of page(10/06/2018)-Reposting with new information as promised.

I would like to invite you to read a page in which it tries to explains why Senator Lindsey Graham Senator from South Carolina (originally I wrote North Carolina, they look the same to me) has done about faces on important critical isssues on his voting at the Senate. Yes all politicians do but this site believes it knows the reasons and to me it makes sense but I need more proof. I remain non commited with this page but do believe that Graham's sexuality has something to do with his erratic change of views and then the trend of disparaging speeches he makes about the democrats or people on his opposite side, just like Trump which he used to say a bunch of truthful things but nobody was saying them at the time. I was personally surprised when Graham being one of the first one to give his negative opinions about Trump at the beginning of Trump's campaing latter on became his number one defendor in congress and with the american people. 

His offensive sickening speach about democrats  on Friday (like if democrats were the only on on that room at capital hill) and how discusting we are. And over what? A judge. Important yes. But even the most rabid republicans in that senate hearring room did not get up to say what Graham said. He was using words that I've only heard Trump say  but now it was Graham saying the same words about democrats in the hearing on judge Kavanaugh.

Disaagree? Sure. But to go all the way out to be offensive? Why? That hasn't been him except he has done the flip flop in other occasions. 

As a gay man myself I know he is in the closet. I do run a very high "gaydar" but is more than that. The only time it bothered me (He was gay) was when he was backing Pres. Bush with with keeping of DADT (Dont ask don't tell) in which it allowed members of the services to serve if they kept quiet, which is an impossible thing to do. If it was a taste of clothes you put on and take off, yes. But being gay is part of the person's chromosonal identification. You can't hide it all the time, particularly if you are between 18-38 when your testastrome levels are at their highest as an adult. Sooner or latter it will show and you will be out on your young gay ass. That's precisely what happened. Gays were being dismissed out of the armed forces at numbers never before reached. Even experienced F14 and F16 pilots in which the government has invested millions and cannot duplicate the service member were being kicked out. If someone didn't like you, you were dead.  Many were being blackmailed. It was esy to. It was easy to even rape someone if you had a picture or a letter, email, tweet.

Senator Graham was 1000 percent against relaxing or erasing this law passed by a veto proof majority GOP's and signed by Bill Clinton at 12 midnight at the white house. Actually if was his friend Senator from Arizona McCain recently passed, which might have had some influence in his tapping down Graham on this issue. That's when my interest on Graham came to be. Before I could not care if he was a dunkey that used rose water to smell worse. But this struck a chord of what Washigton is. A bunch of people without morals. Not everyone is like that of coarse but I know there are a lot of them. Actually is the American people's fault. On any issue the average american has at least three serious opinions. One for the neighbor, one for the bar buddy or church buddy and another for the ballot on the day of the elections, that is if they vote at all. 

This is a page that explains very well Senator's Graham behaviour which is similar to what people say about Trump and Putin. I will give you the page and you will be your own judge. I had a lot on Graham but no longer did. After Obama was elected and DADT was elinated as a law of the land, the last man on earth I wanted to think of was this Queeny sounding senator. (My apologies to any man that sounds femme. Sounding femme is not a problem. Sounding femme and going against others that are like that it is a problem and that is what I just mean). This is a real page own by a real company.

{Is Lindsey Graham Being Blackmailed ?}

It is not my intention to rehash this man's past which it's mainly on the internet but not all,  becuse this is an old gooze and has been around for a long time. Long before computers. But to connect the way he votes in the past present and future to something other than a just a dishonest, misleadding character this I will do. I will try to do. If you have information I can use you can send it to a private email adresss; 
Make sure you fill out the "reference" on top of the email so it wont go in the junk file. Better yet "DADT" will make sure I get it faster.
Thank you!  🦊Adam

.@LindseyGrahamSC on Hillary Clinton: "The email investigation was a joke... if you had done what she had done, we would not be talking... there are people sitting in jail doing far less than her."

Calls for appointment of second special counsel to re-investigate

Calls for appointment of second special counsel to re-investigate Hillary.


I would like to add some information that was posted today about the arrest of a capital Hill  Senate worker. He Wrote more than was legal about this queen Lindsey Graham and got arrested and fired. 
I can say this man is a hippocrite and a queen that votes when he has a chance against his own people because the people of South Carolina know him and don't care. It's like the core supporters of Trump. They already know most things about Trump but don't care. Even the NY Times report about He and his father cheating the government. Ask a New Yorker if they are shock. His father almost went to jail with Donold J and then is grandfather did go to jail. These have never been nice law abiding citizens. They have been snakes taking advantage of the public and cheating the government. The Trump's did not find out a better way to do business but a better way to legally(?) cheat in businesss and don't pay taxes. They have worked with the mafia and against the Unions (those not ccontrol by the mafia). In this country even the bottom of the barrel dirt gets a chance to come on top without even cleaning it's underear and play the game of how wonderful they are. People know the dirt but it didn't matter. And yes the media has been a fake media because they felt inlove with Trump and did not do their jobs and now they want to say the opposite so people don't beleive them.
Now you can see how they sold all this stupid information about the Clinton's when it was Trump and his dad doing the stealing. When his dad died Donald had the loot. As a result we have people who stopped getting HIV meds in Haiti, Phillipines and parts of Africa.  The Clinton's had to stop the foundation that did so much good.The media would not stop reporting the same thing and ignoring Trump. But look now the baby the offspring is hatch (the Media had) with Putin and is turned on them!
They (Clinton's) had a foundation that collected money with other well known millionaires to help and develop new tchnologies to get water out of the sand and the sea. Meds and vaccines. Did they steal from it? I don't know and I don't care because they were producing. It was not like Trump's foundation that collected money to buy paintings and pay for their own bills.

Capitol Police have arrested a man accused of publishing to the Internet restricted personal information about South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Jackson A. Cosko of Washington, D.C., who identifies as a "Democratic political professional" on his LinkedIn page, was charged with making public restricted personal information, witness tampering, second-degree burglary, threatening interstate communications, unauthorized use of a government computer, identity theft and unlawful entry. 
Last week, Gizmodo reported that personal information for GOP Sens. Lindsey Graham, Mike Lee and Orrin Hatch of the Senate Judiciary Committee was posted online as the lawmakers heard testimony from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault. 
Information including home addresses, private cellphone numbers and more was reportedly added to the lawmakers' respective Wikipedia pages in a series of edits. Home addresses of politicians are generally public information, thanks to campaign filings, but their personal cellphone numbers are not. Screenshots of the personal information circulated throughout Twitter. 
Wikipedia tracks each edit a page receives on a public revision history log, including the edit's IP address.  On his LinkedIn page, Cosko, 27, lists experience as a legislative correspondent and technology systems administrator at the Senate. He is also a graduate student studying cybersecurity policy and compliance at George Washington University's School of Engineering and Applied Science. 
Politico reports that Cosko was working as an intern in the office of Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas at the time of his arrest and that he has since been fired.
Capitol Police say their investigation continues and that additional charges may be added.
~I didn't print that stolen information but printed the URL for a page that confirms Lindsey Graham was being black mailed and left it to my read to make  a final decission but in the age of the of TRumpie dirt, there isn't much to doubt anymore.

 I hope we hurry up and hit bottom to see if maybe there is one decent man in this country that can give people a sence of dignity when they do the riht thing.Soon people will be saying, "I followed the law did the right thing and I feel like a fool"


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