|Evangelical anti-LGBTQ right celebrate National Day of Prayer with their 'replacement Jesus.'|
Tweets and posts serve as reminders that Trump and the evangelical anti-LGBTQ right are making the National Day of Prayer into a ridiculous sham:
— paul marvin (@PaulMarvinArts) May 3, 2018
Last night his lawyer said Trump knew about a hush money payment (which he repeatedly lied about) to a porn star so she wouldn't publicize their adultery. #Values #GOP #Hypocricy pic.twitter.com/SF1LkS6RxJ
A guest at the White House for the National Day of Prayer event tells me I am “pitiful and disgusting” for reporting that President Trump reimbursed his attorney for the $130,000 he paid a porn actress. I think you’re gonna have to take that up with Trump, sir.— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) May 3, 2018
To the Family Research Council, anti-Christian persecution is bad but anti-LGBTQ persecution is appropriate - And other than trying to ignore the Stormy Daniels controversy is this. Days before the National Days of Prayer, only The Family Research Council would have the audacity to slam the Obama Administration's efforts to keep the LGBTQ community safe from international persecution a day after it praised Trump for keeping Christians safe from the same thing.
This Southern judge from Georgia just came out as bisexual - Good for him!Mandatory LGBT history lessons for schoolchildren approved by the Illinois Senate - This headline makes it sound like coercion but personally I think it's a good idea.
HISTORIC: New Hampshire Approves Transgender Non-Discrimination Bill - Way to go, New Hampshire!