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I believe in America, and Americans. We are different, and sometimes I disagree with the decisions people make about their political ideology, habits, religion, behavior, and so on. In today's society, that kind of disagreement is seen as being bigoted, racist, or obstructive - thanks to a little thing called political correctness. So be it. In life we have the right to agree, and disagree. Disagreement is not hate. It is disagreement.
When asked about the Orlando shooting, I told folks that I was devastated that Islamic terrorism is doing what it is doing, and my prayers go out to all of the victims and their families. Then the person asked, "Does the fact that it was at a gay bar change your feelings at all?"
Americans are Americans. I may not be hip with the homosexual agenda, and I actually believe it is a politically and culturally motivated movement that has less to do about homosexuality than it does in challenging and changing our society and culture into something that, in the simplest way of putting it, is a poke in the eye of God.
My prayers to the victims and their families did not change, though. They are people. Americans who have chosen a behavior I don't agree with, but Americans nonetheless. These victims were folks who did not deserve to be cut down by a person following a demonic ideology like Islam.
Hate is something that runs rampant through the Islamic ideology, a political system masquerading as a religion. Hate is also something that runs rampant through leftism, as well, but the Democrats are better at hiding it.
That said, here are some of the comments by folks inside the Obama team about Orlando according to the Conservative Tribune:
An insider talking with a senior White House official asked about potential policy changes regarding the Orlando shooting, and was told if “shooting up 30 8-year-olds in suburban Connecticut didn’t change any minds,” a massacre of 1,000 homosexuals during Pride Week wouldn’t matter.
“(N)obody would give a f***,” the official said.
In fact, the official went on to say that the White House couldn’t even spin the story because nobody cared about a “bunch of queers,” and that it would simply be “bad politics” to try and do so.
Perhaps more damning, another White House official, also described by our contact as “senior,” added that the administration didn’t want anyone to look into the matter very closely.
When asked why, the official pointed out that Mateen had been hired by G4S, a company that, along with other security firms, had been “leaned on” by the Obama administration to hire Muslims.
Those companies had been encouraged to “look the other way a little bit” when it came to background checks to ensure they weren’t hiring a “bunch of white weekend warriors playing Army.”
If these responses indicate how the Obama administration as a whole reacted to the shooting, it is sick in more ways than one.
First, it demonstrated how very little it cares about the LGBT community — which is shocking considering their rhetoric and how much Democrats have come to depend on their vote.
Second, it showed how the administration has shown blatant favoritism to Muslims — over homosexuals, blacks, Hispanics, women or any other group.
G4S has been one of the biggest contractors for the U.S. government after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, but now has come under scrutiny for hiring an apparent Islamic State group sympathizer.
Now, we have to remember this is the same Democrat Party that created the Ku Klux Klan and then swears the KKK is all about rightwing Republicans (they have a ridiculous Dixiecrat argument that holds no water). Democrats passed those discriminatory Black Codes and Jim Crow laws. They also filibustered against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and then claimed later it was them that made it happen. Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first appointment to the Supreme Court was a life member of the Ku Klux Klan, Sen. Hugo Black, Democrat of Alabama. Democrat Governor George Wallace stood in front of the Alabama schoolhouse in 1963, declaring there would be segregation forever. Woodrow Wilson showed a film (Birth of a Nation) about the formation of the KKK, and initiated segregation in the military. Lyndon B. Johnson said in a conversation that was caught on tape, "I'll have those n**ggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years." Bill Clinton said of Obama, "A few years ago, this guy would be getting us coffee."
Racism and all of the other "phobias" the Democrats accuse others of being, including homophobia, is still, to this day, alive and well in the Democrat Party.
Dinesh D'Souza, in fact, will be revealing a lot of that in his upcoming film, "Hillary's America."
My feelings about Orlando? A horrible event we must learn from, so that we can properly prepare ourselves for the coming storm of Islamic terrorism in America. The Democrat angle (upper level politicians)? "Damn, we can't use it for political reasons as much as we want because it was a bunch of queers who were shot up. Well, we'll at least try to use it to initiate gun confiscation, and then blame the Republicans for hating the victims because their gay to get everyone's scent off of our hate."
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