President Obama gave the keynote speech at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) dinner on October 10 – the evening before a poorly-attended LGBT march on Washington, D.C.
TVC staffers attended the LGBT march and were shocked by how many anti-Christian signs were displayed and there was a strong anti-Christian theme of the march.
The overarching theme of the march was about overturning the ban on gays serving openly in the military.
“President Obama’s HRC speech is no surprise to me,” said TVC Executive Director Andrea Lafferty. “During the Democratic National Convention, Michelle Obama gave a similar speech to LGBT delegates and promised them everything they’ve wanted.
“Obama, of course, continues to talk out of both sides of his mouth. When he was discussing gay marriage with Pastor Rick Warren before the election, he expressed support for traditional marriage. Clearly, he didn’t mean it. Now, he’s admitting he wants to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act.
“Obama has also made it clear in his HRC speech that he’ll protect such extremist gays as Kevin Jennings, the safe schools czar and lesbian fanatic Chai Feldblum, who has been nominated to serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.”
In his speech, the President of the United States and Commander-in-Chief of our Armed Forces, promised to implement every major goal of the LGBT movement.
President Obama assured them:
My expectation is that when you look back on these years, you will see a time in which we put a stop to discrimination against gays and lesbians — whether in the office or on the battlefield. You will see a time in which we as a nation finally recognize relationships between two men or two women as just as real and admirable as relationships between a man and a woman. You will see a nation that’s valuing and cherishing these families as we build a more perfect union — a union in which gay Americans are an important part. I am committed to these goals. And my administration will continue fighting to achieve them.
Obama promised to:
- Sign a hate crimes bill into law.
- Sign the Employment Non-Discrimination Act into law.
- Overturn the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). This will jeopardize traditional marriage in every state.
- Defend every LGBT activist who is nominated for a federal post.
- Rescind regulations banning HIV-infected foreigners from entering the country.
- Overturn a law passed by Congress that reaffirmed a long-standing policy that forbids gays from serving in the military. (Clinton implemented the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy – which violated the law passed by Congress.)
During his speech, Obama praised the Stonewall Riot, which launched the gay activist movement in 1969. He described the Stonewall Riot this way:
It’s the story of the Stonewall protests, when a group of citizens — when a group of citizens with few options, and fewer supporters stood up against discrimination and helped to inspire a movement.
Obama’s history is wrong about the Stonewall Riot. What he’s celebrating is a drag queen riot that took place outside of a sleazy Mafia-owned gay bar in New York City. Police had entered the establishment over liquor license violations. The drag queens inside rebelled against the police and began throwing rocks, bottles, trash cans and whatever else they could find in the streets to injure the police officers.
As a result of this riot, the Gay Liberation Front was born and lesbians, gays, bisexuals, drag queens, and transsexuals have been agitating for their supposed “rights” ever since.
Pictures from the Gay Rights March,
Washington, DC, Sunday, October 11, 2009
The White House - Remarks by the President at Human Rights Campaign Dinner
YouTube - President Obama gives keynote speech at HRC Dinner
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YouTube - President Obama speaks at HRC dinner -- Part 3
TVC’s ENDA Report
Briefing Paper On The LGBT Agenda
Homosexual Urban Legends
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