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Corporal Klinger Reporting for Duty

President Obama’s determination to eliminate any notion of sexual deviance or perversion in American society continues at a rapid pace. He just released a video [1] announcement of his designation of a gay bar, the Stonewall Inn in New York City, as a national monument.

Obama’s video made it seem as if the homosexuals at the formerly Mafia-controlled facility were giving their lives for the greater good of the nation. The place had been raided in 1969 because it was a location for men known as chicken hawks wanting sex with underage boys. Homosexuals rioted in response, injuring several policemen.

Commentator and filmmaker Eric Holmberg says [2] Obama’s decision to memorialize and celebrate a homosexual riot “came laden with historical revisionism and stolen valor” that included comparing homosexuals to the firefighters of 9/11 and soldiers who have risked their lives in Afghanistan.

The White House boasts that Obama has also issued a presidential memorandum [3] that “directs all federal agencies engaged abroad to ensure that U.S. diplomacy and foreign assistance promote and protect the human rights of LGBT persons.”

As if to add insult to injury, the Department of Defense will lift its ban [4] on transgenders on July 1.

We predicted this development back in 2010. “The MASH television spectacle of Corporal Klinger wearing women’s dresses to get out of the military may now give way to the Pentagon actually permitting transgendered male soldiers to openly wear women’s military uniforms,” we said [5]. “This is what repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’ could mean.” The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy was designed to keep active and open homosexuals out of the military services.

These developments prove that the “fundamental transformation” of America promised by Obama has been most evident in the cultural rather than economic sphere. His communist mentor, Frank Marshall Davis [6], was a pedophile.

All of this has been helped along by the major media.

Going forward, Comcast Corporation is sponsoring “Equality Forum [7],” a gay rights event scheduled to take place during this year’s Democratic National Convention, which takes place from July 25 to 28. The giant media company is also donating airtime valued at $1.5 million for the broadcast of a 30-second public service announcement promoting the event.

A “Future of the Movement” panel discussion [8] features former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry, the Maya Angelou Presidential Chair at Wake Forest University, and former Obama official Kevin Jennings, who said [9] his career of homosexual activism was inspired by communist Harry Hay.

The forum links to an LGBT history month webpage [10] highlighting Charles Blow of The New York Times and Malcolm Forbes, the late publisher of Forbes magazine, as “gay icons.”

Comcast owns in whole or part the following media companies:

Many employees of CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, and other news organizations belong to or raise money for the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA), which has promoted sympathetic coverage of homosexuality in the name of “diversity.” Jeffrey Toobin of CNN was honored by the group as pro-gay journalist of the year in 2015. Earlier that year, a male stripper was featured [11] at the NLGJA’s New York fundraiser.

Just recently, on June 17, the umbrella group known as “Journalists for Diversity” held its 2016 Diversity Caucus [12] in Washington, D.C.

In addition to NLGJA, the caucus included members from the following organizations:

Even “conservative” media organizations seem to be going gay, with Breitbart News hiring and vigorously promoting campus and other appearances by Milo Yiannopoulos, a so-called “gay conservative.” His literary contributions to the site include such titles as “Trannies for Trump [13],” which is about transgenders supporting the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Breitbart has been highlighting his “Dangerous Faggot Tour [14],” with the next stop being the Republican National Convention.