Peter Thiel to become first openly homosexual speaker to address his homosexuality at a Republican convention
PayPal founder Peter Thiel is breaking a new barrier for the homosexual activism within the Republican Party by becoming the first openly homosexual speaker to address his homosexuality at a GOP convention— at a time conservatives want the Republican Party to fight the gay agenda.
Thiel, who is scheduled to speak at the Republican National Convention today, Thursday, plans to express his official support to Donald Trump and declare: “I’m a proud gay man.”
The declaration, while commonly expressed in Obama’s Party, will register a major support for the homosexual cause within the GOP, which has taken a critical view of homosexual issues.
Thiel, who supports homosexual “marriage,” was one of the original backers of Facebook (a move that made him a billionaire) and is still one of its board members.
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He is also a co-founder of Palantir, a company long associated with doing data analysis for U.S. intelligence and surveillance agencies.
His presence as a speaker in a GOP convention is strange, because Thiel has been a supporter of radical homosexual groups.
In 2011, PayPal closed my account definitively, after a campaign orchestrated by U.S. homosexualist group AllOut. To me, PayPal explained that I am ineligible to receive donations from my friends and readers because “you are not a registered non-profit organization.” To AllOut, PayPal explained that it closed my account because “We take very seriously any cases where a user has incited hatred, violence or intolerance because of a person’s sexual orientation.”
With information from DailyMail and The New York Times.
Portuguese version of this article: Peter Thiel, fundador do PayPal, vai apoiar Trump e se tornar o primeiro palestrante assumidamente homossexual a tratar de sua homossexualidade numa convenção do Partido Republicano
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