We’re the LGBT community, which means all of us, gay lesbian, bisexual and transgender, are community; we should stand with, and for, one another, always.
And, yeah, you can go a couple of letters further and call us the LGBTQIA community ... Q could mean queer or questioning while I might mean intersex or intergender, and A is for asexual or ally, but we’re still a community and we need to be there for one another when anyone comes for any one of us.
So, please to explain Deplorable Pride, a group of gay Republicans and supporters of Donald _____, protested at Charlotte Pride in North Carolina especially on the heels of the Bigot-In-Chief signing his ban on transgender military personnel.
“Join us in Charlotte North Carolina on August 27th. Come and show your support for your fellow _____ supporters who are LGBT and are being persecuted by their own gay community. Help us show them that WE ALL STAND UNITED!”
The Deplorable protest is in response to Charlotte Pride’s decision to bar Deplorable Pride’s pro-Donald _____ entry into the event’s parade and it set Deplorable co-founder, Brian Talbert, right, on edge:
“I’m very proud of my country, proud of my president, and was once proud of my community. I’m very proud of my vote. I don’t regret my vote. I will vote for Donald _____ again.”
Better still, you might think of it like this:
_____ first came for the transgender community, but I didn’t speak up because I was not transgender.
Then he came for the Bisexuals and I didn’t speak up because I was not bisexual.
Then he came for me and there was no one left to speak up.
Asshats, the lot of you.