Trump donated to group that promotes homosexuality to 5-year-olds

Donald Trump and his friends, the Clintons
Donald Trump and his friends, the Clintons

So I blogged a bit about Trump on Monday, listing out all of his positions, and I want everyone to understand what I think of people who vote for Trump.

What I infer that Trump supporters believe:

  • They are in favor of adultery and frivolous divorce, they don’t think it’s anything that needs to be repented of.
  • They think that a person can be a Christian without ever having read the Bible or attended a theologically-sound church.
  • They think that constantly bragging about wealth is consistent with Christianity.
  • They are in favor of abortion through all 9 months of pregnancy, including partial-birth abortion.
  • They are in favor of funding Planned Parenthood, because they do “wonderful things”.
  • They are in favor of using taxpayer money to bailout banks.
  • They are in favor of tariffs, which raise prices for consumers.
  • They are in favor of using government to seize private property to benefit private businesses.
  • They think that dictators who murder journalists and dissenters are “strong leaders”.
  • They support single-payer universal healthcare, even though this leads to rationing and waiting lists in Canada and the UK.
  • They support making “forward motion” on the gay agenda.
  • They think that someone who fails constantly at business, including four bankruptcies and lawsuits claiming fraud is a “successful businessman”.
  • They think that someone who donates huge amounts of money to Democrats like Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton is sincere when he speaks conservative-sounding words, while having nothing at all in the way of a conservative record.
  • They think that Bush lied us into the Iraq war, and that WMDs were never found in Iraq.
  • They think in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, there is no right or wrong party.
  • They don’t want to condemn white supremacy or David Duke.
  • They want to see radical pro-abortion judges nominated to the Supreme Court of the United States.
  • They belief that taxpayer money should be distributed to certain businesses that lobby the government for handouts, e.g. – the ethanol lobby.

I assume that Trump supporters agree with most or even all of these things, and surprisingly, under questioning, they often admit to it.

And here’s the latest thing that I assume most Trump voters support – promoting homosexuality to 5-year-olds in the public schools.

Life Site News explains:

Donald Trump donated $30,000 to homosexual activists, including a $20,000 grant to an organization that promoted “fisting” to middle school students, recommended books excusing homosexual pedophilia, and proclaimed its mission is “promoting homosexuality” in the public schools to children as early as kindergarten.

According to a 990 form filed with the IRS, the Donald J. Trump Foundation donated $20,000 to the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) in 2012 and another $10,000 to Gay Men’s Health Crisis.

Kevin Jennings founded GLSEN (originally the Gay and Lesbian School Teachers Network) in 1990. He and other homosexual teachers formed Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) nationwide and drew up curricula that began shaping children’s values in accordance with the LGBT perspective from the age of five.

GLSEN has been upfront about its goals and desire for mainstream respectability. In 1997, Jennings said, “I can envision a day when straight people say, ‘So what if you’re promoting homosexuality?’”

GLSEN recommends children face “saturation” in its viewpoint beginning in kindergarten. GLSEN activist Jaki Williams taught a workshop on “Inclusive Kindergartens” at a 1997 regional conference. “Children in the kindergarten age are ‘developing their superego’…That’s when the saturation process needs to begin,” Williams, a New York teacher, said.

They go into all the details of what GLSEN does. They basically market homosexuality to young children in the schools, when their parents are not there to counter any of it.

I will mention one thing from the post – “fisting”, since it has to do with the Planned Parenthood that Trump and all of his supporters support:

But at the 2001 GLSEN conference, Planned Parenthood distributed “fisting kits.”

Why else would people be supporting him for President when there are more conservative candidates like Ted Cruz, who have a proven record?

By they way, I actually asked one of my evangelical Christian friends who is a Trump supporter whether he supported the practice known as “fisting”. He never denied it. I’m not sure if that means that he and all the other Trump supporters are engaging in fisting with each other, or whether they merely donate money to encourage others to do it, or whether they just support it verbally. It seems to me that it has to be something along those lines.

I’ll never forget how one Trump supporter implied that there was something wrong with my chastity after I asked him whether adultery was wrong. That’s why I just assume that Trump supporters are into all the same stuff he is. I think now that Trump’s record is out in the open, it’s safe to assume that they know about these things and support them.

My candidate is Ted Cruz:

How to get kissed: Heidi Cruz helping her husband
How to get kissed: Heidi Cruz helping her husband

Ted Cruz married one woman – a Harvard Business graduate, who works harder than practically anyone reading this blog. That’s why he chose her – for her ability and character. Does character matter to Christians and conservatives any more? Or are we all in for the hedonistic Playboy Sexual Revolution culture, now?

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20 thoughts on “Trump donated to group that promotes homosexuality to 5-year-olds”

  1. Boy I disagree on this one. I support Trump but don’t believe anything in your list. Nor does anyone that supports Trump that I know. You are great and I follow you closely but here you are attacking not Trump but those who support him. Yes he is flawed and we can be disappointed but what else is new. Name me someone without sin. There are many things i DON’T like about all the candidates but none of them would be near the disaster for us as Hillary. The best Christian in my opinion is Carlson. I least like Marcio. As always I have to hold my nose. We need, not perfection, but the lesser of evils. We need to win.

    1. Sigh! I just want all the Trump people to be sure that this is the guy they like. I can’t make a big list like this one for Cruz. He’s so boring. The only things I don’t like about him is that I want to invade and hold Syria, and I’m for collecting aggregate data on phone calls. He’s such a stickler for the Constitution! Anyway, I’m glad you don’t believe the things in the list.

    2. @ Charles R.

      “Boy I disagree on this one. I support Trump but don’t believe anything in your list. Nor does anyone that supports Trump that I know.”

      So why are you supporting someone who does? That makes no sense.

  2. From my discussions on social media Trump supporters have demonstrated that they are willfully uninformed. I’ve posted links that show Trump looses to Clinton in 90% of the polls. They still say that Trump is the only one who can beat Clinton. I’ve posted links that identify Trump as lying the most (he’s earned the title King of Whoppers). They still trust Trump and say that everyone else is lying. I’ve posted links that show Trump’s tax plan will add $10 trillion in new debt even before we add government sponsored health care. The still claim that Trump will make America great again. It’s like they have joinde a cult that denies reality.

    1. In addition to everything you have stated, they almost always dismiss everything Trump has done with the “businessman” argument.

      1. From your comment, I would presume that you have not run a business in modern America. Government is a significant factor — Trump has engaged it masterfully.

    2. Just re the tax portion of your comment, that’s what the left said about Reagan’s “voodoo” economics, and they were wrong. Doubters of tax cuts to increased collections and wealth will be wrong again.

  3. Trump is certainly not a follower of Christ. Trying to value his actions by Christ’s will paint him a failure. However, if you value his actions as a businessman’s, then contributions to Democrats and support of socially popular activities make sense, because a businessman’s end is to make money — when a Democrat official controls a resource, a businessman gets close to the Democrat; if a business is losing money, you file bankruptcy on it. Not Christlike, but certainly reasonable in business terms.

    Also, the blog always posts pix of Trump with Democrats. Why have you not posted his pic with Reagan? Certainly, even that one, was for business, not political purposes.

    1. Have you ever looked at the duties and responsibilities of the President of the United States? Most of them have to do with carrying outh the laws and protecting the nation. Running a buisness follows different rules and has different responsibilities. Trump would be going in with zero governmental experiance and would take zero responsibility for his mistakes. Cruz on the other hand already has experience working within the government on constitutional law.

  4. I wish there was as much passion trying to get kids to learn Math and Science and History ( sorry Theirstory, can’t be gendered) as the mechanics of gay sex. Think of what we could accomplish if we “saturated” elementary school with Algebra, rather than spending time explaining “fisting”.

    I guess my priorities are screwed up.

    1. No, you’re priorities are exactly right. In countries where social programs are funded by the next generation of taxpayers (rightly or wrongly), the elderly depend on young people being able to do useful, productive, private sector work. The more their heads are filled with nonsense, the less work they can do.

  5. I am wondering if we really vote in America any more. It all seems staged and I agree with you. Somehow bad people want to say they are Christian and they have nothing to do with Christianity. The ones who attack me the most are the ones that pretend to be Christian

    1. I don’t want encourage anyone to throw up their hands because of conspiracies. Voter ID laws are passed, are being passed. RNC did a MUCH better job with the debates this time. We identify problems, we make incremental changes for the better. No giving up because “the system is rigged”.

        1. That’s the best that you can do: Pray; live a God-honoring life; witness (with that life and pointedly).

  6. I look at American society and politics as an outsider, but I’m amazed by the willingness with which so many professing Christians throw their support behind Trump. I’m reminded of the fall of the Weimar Republic; many German Christians threw their support behind the Nazi party with the same “well, they will make our country strong again and at least they aren’t Communists” logic. I guess the old saying is true – those who are ignorant of history are doomed to repeat it….

    May God save us all from the foolishness of men.

    1. Economic prosperity is pervasive within the American culture. That culture has inspired a replacement to the gospel and biblical morality. By many Christians wealthy people are ‘blessed’ by God and therefore moral.

  7. Not all divorces are for of the Trophy Wife variety; ie, trade in your current wife for a younger, hotter model. I have observed that men who do the Trophy Wife divorce are untrustworthy; if you will stab the “wife of your youth” in the back, you will stab anyone in the back. Trump has done the Trophy Wife divorce twice. Although Trump has some good ideas I can not support him. Newt Gingrich has also done the Trophy Wife divorce twice and I did not support him.

    It is not just men, some women do initiate the Trophy Husband thing. They are just less successful at carrying out the second part.

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