The Vice President of Gomorrah
Hey, boys and girls! We’ve got a new definition of “civilization.”
Loopy Uncle Joe Biden, the vice president of the United States, says “gay rights” is what defines a country as civilized. Considering that the very concept of “gay rights” didn’t even exist until some years after Joe became a U.S. Senator, what does this tell us about his grasp of history?
By Joe’s standards, the only civilization in all of world history, until the modern “gay rights” (translation: homosexual supremacy) movement came along, was that of Sodom and Gomorrah.
According to the worst presidential administration in history, the great mission of America is to promote “gay rights” far and wide, and to lean hard on defenseless African countries who are unwilling to adopt this most depraved aspect of a depraved Western culture. Gee, I wish they had announced that in 1776–don’t you?
This is necessary, say our ruling malefactors, to combat a global wave of anti-”gay” violence.
Do you know what kind of violence doesn’t bother them? Anti-Christian violence. Compared with the massacres of Christians throughout Nigeria and Syria and elsewhere, and systematic, brutal persecution of Christians in many countries worldwide–all of it easily documented–”anti-gay violence” is downright mythological. It is nothing.
They also never object to real violence against real women, especially as practiced in the Muslim world. You never heard any of these depraved Democrats utter a peep about that.
Yes, occasionally a “gay” gets murdered. So do a lot of other people. But compared to what is being done to Christians and to women in many countries of this fallen world, our ruling hypocrites ought to be ashamed even to mention it.
But the ability to feel shame is alien to reprobate minds.
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