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Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Navy to Name New Ship After Child Molester, Harvey Milk

Mainstream Media Celebrates Navy Ship to be Named
after pedophile and sexual deviant Harvey Milk
By Douglas V. Gibbs
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As a Navy Veteran, I am insulted.  Obama's disregard for our military veterans, and his crony's disregard for Naval Tradition, has gotten to the point that I can't even stand it anymore.  But now, this takes the cake.

Harvey Milk, sexual deviant who preyed upon innocent boys, and he was proud to be a pedophile; oh, and the first openly homosexual man to serve in public office, therefore despite his pedophilia he's a hero to the gays; is getting a ship named after him.

If I was still in the U.S. Navy, I would refuse orders to serve aboard the vessel.

I was suspecting it would be a tug boat.

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, the first radically homosexual nutcase to be SecNav, will be naming a planned Military Sealift Command fleet oiler, the USNS Harvey Milk.

Back in 2011, Mabus came under fire for naming a supply ship after the communist icon and radical labor leader Cesar Chavez.

Back to Milk. . .

According to the American Family Association:

"[W]hen Milk was 33, he took in 'Jack' Galen McKinley, a 16-year-old runaway in New York City 'who was looking for some kind of father figure,' to live with him as a lover.

"While Jack was still a minor, Milk moved him to San Francisco. However, when Jack matured beyond Milk's taste for young guys, Milk dropped him.

"Jack McKinney was highly disturbed and frequently suicidal after being rejected by Milk. The Mayor of Castro Street records Milk's shocking coldness when told of his former boy lover's suicide threat. 'Tell him not to make a mess,' Milk said. Eventually Jack died in a fall from the eighth floor of a building, in an apparent suicide."

It was even reported that Milk falsely claimed that he was dishonorably discharged from the Navy for homosexual conduct because he thought it would help his political career.

But when it comes to describing Milk, Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council said it best: "The Navy seems intent on following in the administration's ridiculous footsteps and bestowing a great honor on someone primarily on the basis of his sex life... A life marred by promotion of illegal drug use, sexual exploits, and lies doesn't deserve one of the greatest military distinctions."

Hammer your representatives to say NO!!!

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U.S. Constitution gives Congress the authority to control what goes on in our military forces.  Make them do their job!

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