…and she wants everyone to stay that way.
So, c’mom HRC…
Its not too late to endorse Al D’Amato.
for old time’s sake.
“I had forgotten that your parents came all the way from Thailand to serve George Washington,” [Sen. Mark] Kirk said, mocking Duckworth’s biracial heritage.
But, unlike the Scampaign, I’m more than willing to admit when I’m wrong.
“Mark Kirk’s comments were wrong and inappropriate,” HRC told The New Civil Rights Movement via email. “HRC endorsed Senator Kirk based on the strength of his record on LGBTQ equality, and while that remains unchanged, we believe he should rescind his comments immediately.”
So, here’s where we’re at…
The Scampaign endorsed a closet-case Republican white male with a lower score on the Scampaign’s own rating system than his Democratic oppenent who also happens to be a decorated biracial female military veteran.
And we now know the closet-case Republican white male is a racist on top of it all…
and the Scampaign expects the racist closet-case Republican white male to rescind his comment, but the Scampaign has no intention of rescinding its endorsement of the racist closet-case Republican white male who made the comment.
From the Facebook page of The Quisling…
…as of a few minutes ago.
For in 2017, Gay, Inc. will have its trans Robert Traynham:
“Incrementalism is how policy gets done while other people are whining about incrementalism,” she told BuzzFeed News. “We have made it an have made an article faith over the past few years that if a bill lacks public accommodations, it’s useless. That’s not true.”
Actually, given the degree to which “she” is saying something isn’t true that all functioning brains know to be true, it looks more like Gay, Inc. will have its own Kellyanne Conway and trans Robert Traynham all rolled up into one.
Who is “she”?
Who can sell out her community in a single soundbite?
Who can act commit apologism for Gay, Inc’s genocidal anti-trans woman hiring policies with a single e-mail?
But one of the country’s leading transgender advocates, Mara Keisling, the executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, says that if they want to help transgender people in Pennsylvania, they need to embrace the protections transgender people can get in housing and employment.
But you already knew that, right?