Trump Can Run, But Can’t Hide From His Extreme, Anti-LGBTQ Record
December 16, 2022
After dining with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and calling to terminate the United States Constitution, Donald Trump is desperate to reset his campaign.
From attacking protections for LGBTQ workers to attempting to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military, Trump’s extreme, anti-LGBTQ record can’t be swept under the rug.
Huffington Post: “Trump Signs Law Quietly Undercutting Obama’s Protections For LGBTQ Workers”
Washington Post: “President Trump announced a ban on transgender people in the military with a series of tweets last year that surprised many, including senior military leaders. There had been no study, no analysis, no consultation.”
Trump’s performative stunt comes the same week that President Joe Biden signed into law the Respect for Marriage Act — historic legislation that guarantees protections for same-sex and interracial couples’ right to marry.
USA Today: “‘A blow against hate’: Biden signs landmark bill protecting same-sex, interracial marriage”
Let’s be clear: Donald Trump’s speech tonight isn’t fooling anyone. He can run, but can’t hide from his own extreme, anti-LGBTQ record.