As the fallout from the DNC email hack continues to unfold, we’ve witnessed a huge fall in Hillary’s poll numbers while Trump has been given a sizable boost.
One particular group the real estate mogul seems to be winning over is the LGBT community, a fact which greatly disturbs New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker.
Booker calls this latest development “terrifying.”
Could it possibly be the fact that the gay community recognizes the way Democrats plan on handling terrorists — which is doing nothing — puts them in danger?
Just a thought.
“That’s terrifying,” Booker told the Washington Examiner after the Democratic National Convention. “Donald Trump probably picked one of the most anti-gay vice presidential candidates we’ve had in a long time.”
Booker said Gov. Mike Pence, R-Ind., has been at the forefront of leading efforts he said unfairly discriminate against members of the LGBT community. The New Jersey senator went on to argue why he believes the Democratic Party is best for the gay community.
“Clearly we are the party of civil rights, worker’s rights, women’s rights and definitely gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights,” Booker said.
One has to wonder how disturbing Sen. Booker finds the slaughter of homosexuals at the hands of radical Islamists, particularly that which has happened right here on our own soil?
Shouldn’t that be far more disturbing and terrifying than someone choosing to vote for Trump?
Thanks in large part to the president and his gal Hillary’s lack of foreign policy backbone, groups like ISIS have gained massive power and influence in the Middle East, have wreaked havoc in Europe, and successfully infiltrated the United States to carry out devastating mass shootings — one of the most horrific of which was aimed at the gay community.
Perhaps folks in the LGBT community are waking up to the reality that the Democratic Party is failing to protect its most fundamental right — the right to live.
What is truly “terrifying” is the fact liberals are willing to place the country in peril for the sake of pushing a political agenda and pandering to a group of people to win new voters into the party.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]