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Lesbian Trump Supporter Calls Out Hillary’s Gay Campaign Manager

Posted by V the K at 9:30 am - September 28, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

I’m gonna quote a lot of it because the page it’s on is an Ad-Block nightmare.

“My message today … is to Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s manager,” she said. “You know, I’m 61 years old. I’ve been out of the closet for 40 years. And Mr. Mook is a gay person, just like me. …

“And it’s really flooring the hell out of me that he’s supporting a woman that took money from [Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the Emirates], from these countries that would take him and his friends or his lover or his partner and throw them off a building and kill them,” she said.

DeplorableCorgiGirl, also known as @DebraMax on Twitter, donned a Trump for President 2016 shirt in the video. She explained that she lived through the worst of the aids epidemic and believes threats and acts of terrorism from radical Islamists that support Clinton present a far scarier situation.

“It’s not funny going into a gay club and having some terrorist from these Muslim countries coming to kill us,” she continued, referencing the gay nightclub shooting in Orlando. “And you should be ashamed of yourself for campaigning for that bitch. Unbelievable.

“And for me, this is a worse time now, worrying about ISIS killing us,” Deb said. “You don’t even know the time of AIDS, that was a bad time that I never thought in my life I would see another time that I would fear for me and my other gay friends. …

“But to know that you are a gay man, like us, and you’re her campaign manager,” she said. “How disgraceful, that you are out there in the public supporting somebody that is going to come here and will kill you for being a gay man.

“You are a disgrace, Robby Mook.”

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35 Comments

  1. My only comment is that if she was so afraid during the AIDS epidemic (which is actually still going on) she was afraid, needlessly, because AIDS among lesbians was virtually non-existent due the the vector that is normal for the spread of the disease.

    Comment by Craig Smith — September 28, 2016 @ 9:50 am - September 28, 2016

  2. Sandnazis share common cause with the prognazis. It’s not rocket science nor is human behavior.

    Comment by rjligier — September 28, 2016 @ 10:30 am - September 28, 2016

  3. From personal experience, the funerals, the memorials, and the sudden hearing someone died that you didn’t even know was sick took it’s own toll on our generation. And there was a lot of misplaced apprehension and irrational fears within the G/L community — not just by the haters. And for the most-part there were no legal protections of any kind, just being “gay” was still illegal or recently-illegal in many parts of America.

    There was a lot to be afraid of…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — September 28, 2016 @ 10:34 am - September 28, 2016

  4. And yes, Democrats have thrown gay people over for their new victim group, the Muslims. Democrat politicians are doing everything in their power to bring thousands of Muslim “refugees” into the U.S. as possible in order to create a new voting block. Political correctness forced upon us by Democrats and their policies have led to attacks in the U.S. by Islamic extremist terrorists. The response of Democrat lawmakers and law enforcement to these attacks is to downplay them, dismiss them as “the work of a lone wolf”, “workplace violence”, to claim “we don’t know the motive of this attack”, and to blame it on everything but what it is Islamic extremist terror. It is not just ludicrous but dangerous willful blindness.

    Well, the Orlando police have finally released the transcript of Mateen’s 911 call that the FBI had witheld. In it Mateen states the attack was “triggered” by the Pentagon Drone strike that killed Abu Wahid, a mid-level ISIS military leader. Here’s a link to an article which contains a link to the 911 transcript. The corrupt, lying, politically correct Democrats have tossed all Americans (and especially gays) to the wolves in order to increase their political power. It’s absolutely despicable.

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/orlando-terror-attack-triggered-pentagon-drone-strike/

    Comment by runningrn — September 28, 2016 @ 11:32 am - September 28, 2016

  5. Things have really changed in the GayPatriot zeitgeist since I first came to this site. A few years back, there were references from a very few lunatic commenters about G. W. Bush and gay concentration camps in Colorado and Phelps and Westboro being mainstream conservative institutions. Save for James Edward, those folks seem to have moved on. BUT along comes Milo and it appears to me that the straight conservative world has (ahem) embraced and welcome his schtick with unbridled approval. And, Milo does not hold back on the gay references and humor.

    That must be a real downer for the social justice warrior cult. Andrew Breitbart knew he had to take on the liberal culture and attack it at its core. Milo goes into the belly of the beast and he scores huge hits in the swamp of safe places and sheltered victims.

    I am delighted to see gays ramping up the departure from the passive aggression of being mocked and stereotyped by standing up for core principles. We all do better when we share our common traits than we do when we bitch about what we don’t have in common.

    Comment by Heliotrope — September 28, 2016 @ 11:49 am - September 28, 2016

  6. Lest you forget the photo of G.W. Bush holding hands with the King of Saudi Arabia at his ranch. How could you support a party or an administration when he literally walked hand in hand with the leader of such a repulsive regime. You (this blog site) probably get hundreds of “lookie loos” who stop by trying to figure out the connection of “gay” with the “republican party.” Same thing with the Log Cabin Republicans. Nice try to try and shame Robby Mook. The republican party probably gets a minuscule percentage of the overall gay vote (as well as the people of color vote) compared to the democratic party. Actually, given that probably most GLBTQ republicans are closeted people, it might be hard to determine what the actual % of GLBTQ voters are republican. Internalized homophobia is a horrible thing.

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 1:09 pm - September 28, 2016

  7. This Kevin guy is wrapped up in his own warped mind, he doesn’t get that he is displaying the same behavior he is against. Just more Moral relativism from the left.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — September 28, 2016 @ 1:23 pm - September 28, 2016

  8. Milo now, Milo tomorrow, snd Milo forever!!

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — September 28, 2016 @ 1:49 pm - September 28, 2016

  9. You know leftists can’t win an argument on substance when they have to rely on that tired, old trope: “But Bush did it!” Meanwhile, the “tolerant, inclusive, science based smart set” will vote in the people who will end in their demise both economically and in their own safety and security. Sharia is coming to this country, and it will come for gun banning, willfully blind, wedding cake demanding, gender neutral bathroom pimping, gay liberals first. Like Mark Steyn said “I can always grow out my beard, get a couple of more wives and blend in…”

    Comment by runningrn — September 28, 2016 @ 2:31 pm - September 28, 2016

  10. @10 well sharia would be good for the politicians.

    Comment by salg — September 28, 2016 @ 3:07 pm - September 28, 2016

  11. Liberals from my home state, Maine, think Susan Collins is a conservative because there is an “R” after her name on the ballot.

    “Republican” is a label, “conservative” is a philosophy. There is a huge difference.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — September 28, 2016 @ 3:57 pm - September 28, 2016

  12. Milo goes into the belly of the beast

    I don’t think that’s the belly.

    Sorry. Couldn’t resist.

    Comment by Sathar — September 28, 2016 @ 4:01 pm - September 28, 2016

  13. This is Kevin Donegan: “I like shooting at scarecrows, they can’t shoot back!”

    Quite a few commenters here should be able to recall, back in 2015, that I made several comments to the effect that if Jeb! was nominated, I would be sitting it out this year. So that’s one straw man knocked down.

    “Democrats aren’t bad for gays and blacks because so many gays and blacks vote for Democrats” is a bandwagon fallacy, and shall not even be graced with a response.

    “Yeah, well, Bush shook hands with the Saudi King” is a tu quoque fallacy.

    By your logic, the Kims are good for North Koreans because North Koreans continue to worship them. And I think it’s rather funny that you are attempting to excuse Hillary taking money from regimes that support terrorist groups… by criticizing Bush for just shaking the Saudi king’s hand. A man who has been out of office for eight years, and whom Hillary is not running against.

    Oh, and haven’t you heard of Reagan, a Republican, vetoing a bill that would have cost hundreds of gay people their jobs as governor of California?

    For the record, I kind of hate the House of Saud, and wouldn’t mind it if NATO went on a “civilizing mission” to drag the Saudis and the rest of those glorified Arab amusement parks calling themselves “emirates” into the 21st century. Rather ironic that a “conservative” is more willing to take action against governments that literally kill gay people than you, a liberal.

    Comment by Sean L — September 28, 2016 @ 4:29 pm - September 28, 2016

  14. V the K … Good points. You’re right. My sweeping statement about “republicans” tossed in lots of communities that may not fit under that umbrella. So I did a little google search and here’s probably the clearest definition I found … “A republican is a member of a political party, with all the baggage that comes with it. A conservative holds a particular set of opinions, which are typically shaped by a reaction to the risk of something essential being lost or taken. Their views tend to be grounded in history and nationalism, to prove the value of their cause.” If you have a more descriptive or better definition, point me in that direction.

    My point in bringing up G.W. Bush was not to blame him for anything but to point out the leader of the republican party (thanks to V the K for teaching me not to lump conservatives in that pool) was cozy with the same regime. Nothing more, nothing less. So, to the lesbian Trump supporter, paint the entire picture and just not your small sliver of what you see as the truth.

    Just addin’ another perspective to the GayPatriot Echo Chamber.

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 4:34 pm - September 28, 2016

  15. Did Sean L see the following pictures … https://sayitaintsoalready.com/2009/04/15/george-bush-kisses-a-saudi-prince/

    Or are these photos “photoshopped?”

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 5:06 pm - September 28, 2016

  16. There is a huge difference between shaking someone’s hand and taking $85 million from people who proudly proclaim they kill gay people.

    If you can’t see that distinction, you have a broken moral compass.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — September 28, 2016 @ 5:07 pm - September 28, 2016

  17. V the K … Good memory (… in a previous comment …). This bantering back and forth is just a “one-up-man-ship” conversation. One will always be able to say, “look you’re contradicting yourself” or “that’s different” or “that’s not what I meant” or or or or …. The point is the Saudi’s are in bed with every US administration. I don’t know this (I’m sure you’ll point it out though … does Trump have hotels in Middle Eastern countries? If he does he’s getting screwed along with everyone else (and probably enjoying it); especially with those tiny hands.

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 6:24 pm - September 28, 2016

  18. Hello, Kevin Donegan. I suspect that your research on what constitutes being a conservative is much the same as seeing Greek for the first time. Your global warming pals are “alt-right” conservatives. Did you know that? Your entitlement welfare supporters are also “alt-right conservatives.” Those who will fight to preserve Obamacare are girding their loins for yet another “alt-right” conservative battle.

    If this confuses you, good! You might apply your posted definition to the things which make your feelings glow with gladness to see if they are “…a particular set of opinions, which are typically shaped by a reaction to the risk of something essential being lost or taken.”

    Comment by Heliotrope — September 28, 2016 @ 6:32 pm - September 28, 2016

  19. Heliotrope … Huh?

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 7:48 pm - September 28, 2016

  20. Looks like someone is about to take their crayons and stomp out of the room.

    Comment by tnnsne1 — September 28, 2016 @ 7:57 pm - September 28, 2016

  21. #18 VtK. This is based on the false definition of hypocrisy being “saying one thing and doing something else.” Sorry, that’s called being human. We all make mistakes. We all slip up now and then.

    The true definition of hypocrisy is “setting up one standard for yourself and another for everyone else” which is most typically demonstrated when someone starts making excuses for their own behavior that they condemn in others.

    The true definition means that those who believe in Moral Relativism, and push moral relativism are the most hypocritical of all. These are the ones who say, “You can’t tell someone else what is right and wrong!” Yeah, YOU can’t, but obviously they CAN, by telling you what you can’t do.

    It also means that those who claim they are not hypocrites because they have no moral standard are, by the true definition, utter hypocrites, when they condemn others for doing exactly what they do, only because they have spoken against it.

    Comment by Craig Smith — September 28, 2016 @ 8:49 pm - September 28, 2016

  22. The republican party probably gets a minuscule percentage of the overall gay vote (as well as the people of color vote) compared to the democratic party.

    Well, of course.

    Democrats tell gays who don’t vote for them to commit suicide and lynch black ppl who don’t.

    All accompanied with a chorus of “Uncle Tom”, “race traitor” and “coon” from their ravening armies of Sambos and Timbos doing the bidding of their white liberal Simon Legrees.

    What’s really funny is that Democrats like “Kevin Donegan” scream “internalized homophobia” at people who LAUGH at the Democrats and their race- and gender-baiting, while insisting that the only “non-homophobic” gays are ones like himself who do exactly what their Democrat massas tell them out of terror that disobedience will make them a horrible person.

    If “Kevin Donegan” and his ilk are so self-actualized, why is an old white corrupt bigot like Hillary Clinton able to frighten them into slavery by claiming their not voting for her makes them “bad gays”?

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — September 28, 2016 @ 9:02 pm - September 28, 2016

  23. North Dallas Thirty … You not making the case for gays and people of color to come to your side. As a matter of fact, you’re pushing them further and further away.

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 9:52 pm - September 28, 2016

  24. @ Kevin Donegan: Why, because he’s not giving your ultimately irrelevant dream of getting a piece of paper signed by a judge to recognize your relationship (that is more likely than not to end in divorce), in exchange for your rights to privacy, gun ownership, work without having to be a member of a union, affordable housing, and everything else that you are giving up for that piece of paper that has a good statistical chance of being rendered null and void within ten years? Because he’s not kowtowing to your face in public, but chose violent barbarians over you when one of said barbarians went into one of our places and slaughtered us like cattle?

    Comment by Sean L — September 28, 2016 @ 10:10 pm - September 28, 2016

  25. The republican party probably gets a minuscule percentage of the overall gay vote […] compared to the democratic party.

    The last elected Republican POTUS Bush-43 received 22-percent of the self-identified G/L vote in the 2004 national exit-polls. And 25% in the 2000 election. John McCain received 27% of the G/L vote versus 70% for Obama in 2008. Bob Dole got 23% versus only the 14% who voted for Bush-41 against Bill Clinton.

    Hardly “minuscule”….

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — September 28, 2016 @ 11:00 pm - September 28, 2016

  26. Sean L … What are you talking about? Good God man, calm down. I don’t want to get married; and I don’t need a piece of paper to solidify my relationship. Bringing up the Pulse Nightclub shooting (and now that I think about you’re not the first to bring it up in this back and forth) makes little to no sense whatsoever. Most of what you’ve spouted makes little sense in context of this discussion other than to toss crap out there.

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 11:02 pm - September 28, 2016

  27. I’ll have some more of that, please.

    Comment by Blair Ivey — September 29, 2016 @ 12:37 am - September 29, 2016

  28. -The gay community has always been a microcosm of American society as a whole. Logic & knowledge dictate this.
    -The GOP is not conservative, but it is where a majority of conservatives can be found on the Right. This is important to note, for Libs.
    -The commenters on this site, I’ve noticed, represent a cross section of the gay community on the Right, plus other conservatives, Libertarians & several sharp souls without regard for sexual orientation. Plus transexuals & transvestites (& probably female or male impersonators, who knows) that I’ve detected who refuse to follow the myth that gays must be liberal, because liberals & leftists are the source of all fairness & enlightenment.
    -The commenters share their thoughts, fairly anonymously, no snapchat, barstools or friends list with display pics.

    I think, I’ll go with #29 Blair’s comment this evening. It has been a Wednesday & 29’s comment is a breath of fresh air.

    Comment by Hanover — September 29, 2016 @ 1:02 am - September 29, 2016

  29. «But for gawds sake, #28, don’t ever mention bakers baking gay wedding cakes»

    Comment by Hanover — September 29, 2016 @ 1:13 am - September 29, 2016

  30. Ted BThere was a lot to be afraid of…

    Please!

    I was living in small-town Indiana when AIDS was first noticed and reported (*) — I knew a number of “gay” people (**), who were not at all “in the closet”, and no one bothered then.

    You guys really need to get over your victim mythology.

    (*) I had read about it long before a “gay” friend from college was aware of it.

    (**) including a cute lesbian who let it be known that she wouldn’t mind a three-way with me and the woman I was involved with

    Comment by Ilíon — September 29, 2016 @ 8:41 am - September 29, 2016

  31. ^ oh, and my response was, “No, thank you”, which was also my response when hints were dropped about having a three-way with some hunk.

    Comment by Ilíon — September 29, 2016 @ 8:43 am - September 29, 2016

  32. The last elected Republican POTUS Bush-43 received 22-percent of the self-identified G/L vote in the 2004 national exit-polls. And 25% in the 2000 election. John McCain received 27% of the G/L vote versus 70% for Obama in 2008. Bob Dole got 23% versus only the 14% who voted for Bush-41 against Bill Clinton.

    Not to mention that the LGBTQXYZ vote has consistently averaged around 20-25% for the Republican candidate since it was first measured in 1976. This is a dirty little secret that all the professional advocates for the gay communities prefer to disregard when continually shilling for the Democrat in each presidential election year.

    Comment by RSG — September 29, 2016 @ 12:35 pm - September 29, 2016

  33. While I’m glad for you that your experience was different, my on-campus experiences and early years once out of college was not mythology. And I worked hard to avoid becoming a “victim”, thank-you-very-much.

    The risks, the dangers and some of the fears very very real…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — September 29, 2016 @ 6:09 pm - September 29, 2016

  34. When I first heard of Mook being Clinton’s manager I thought someone must be trying to troll Ayn Rand readers.

    Sadly because of the Clintons the 80s will come back for AIDS their foundation gave diluted AIDS drugs speeding up the development of drug resistance. Because bathhouse barry removed the HIV travel ban Drug Resistant AIDS came to the US this year via refugees.

    Comment by Steve — September 30, 2016 @ 5:52 pm - September 30, 2016

  35. North Dallas Thirty … You not making the case for gays and people of color to come to your side. As a matter of fact, you’re pushing them further and further away.

    Comment by Kevin Donegan — September 28, 2016 @ 9:52 pm – September 28, 2016

    There are plenty of gays and people of color who agree with me here.

    And I am not about to pander to spoiled, bratty children like you and your Black Lives Matter friends who can never be satisfied and who demand to rule over me the way they did their worthless, lazy liberal parents.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — October 6, 2016 @ 9:47 pm - October 6, 2016

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