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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

More bad news for Charlotte's angry gay Republicans: Republicans don't care how many flags their rejected Pride float was going to have. Oh, and ask Brian Talbert why he's whining about being denied a parade permit to celebrate Trump when Trump blocks people every day for displeasing him

The Hill, June 13:

President Trump appears to have blocked a veterans group that has been critical of his time in office on Twitter. 

“The Commander in Chief can block @VoteVets, the voice of 500k military veterans and families, but we will NOT be silenced,” wrote on Twitter, including a screenshot that shows Trump had blocked the organization’s account. 

The group has in the past criticized the president over his budget proposal, Republican attempts to repeal and replace ObamaCare and the president’s executive order temporarily barring individuals from certain predominantly Muslim nations from entering the United States.

VoteVets has also been a reliable pro-LGBT group since its founding.

The President also blocked the novelist Stephen King from reading his tweets. It's a nice irony, given that Brian Talbert complains he was denied a parade permit to celebrate a man who blocks people every day for displeasing him.

And here's another GOP mainstay who doesn't believe Deplorable Pride, Charlotte's blustery, two-man gay GOP club's rage over being denied a hyperpatriotic float means squat:

Tony Perkins Calls On Trump To “Take A Wrecking Ball” To LGBT Pride Month Recognition By Federal Agencies

Perkins blathered in part:

And unfortunately, the State Department isn’t the only agency bucking the White House’s values this June. Today, the Pentagon carried on a tradition President Obama began in 2012, holding a special “pride” event at the same time that other military leaders are ready to turn the page on eight years of social engineering.

It was a disappointing development for conservatives, who thought they had an ally in new Defense Secretary James Mattis. FRC’s Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin (U.S. Army-Ret.) was vocal about his displeasure. “I was hoping that the Trump administration would put less emphasis on everything that does not contribute directly to enhanced readiness and war fighting.”

Leaders of the Conservative Action Project echoed General Boykin’s frustrations. In a letter signed by dozens of organizations, the group calls on the White House to intervene. “The Trump administration should discontinue funding and directing personnel resources for special-interest events, including LGBT-Pride Month events in June, which do not strengthen military readiness. We will support officials and initiatives taken to end politically-correct social agendas, and look forward to more changes that will strengthen the armed forces and restore America’s military readiness.”

The Obama administration worked from Kenya to El Salvador – not to advance his country’s priorities –but the 44th president’s radical social agenda. It’s time for Donald Trump to take a wrecking ball to the LGBT distractions of his predecessor and turn the page on policies that offend more people than they “honor.”

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