The organist at St. David’s Episcopal Church has been charged for spray-painting hate messages on the church shortly after Election Day last November.
On April 28, he admitted to Brown County Det. Brian Shrader that he spray-painted a swastika, “Heil Trump” and “Fag Church” on the building, according to a probable-cause affidavit filed May 3 in Brown Circuit Court.
“Stang, who is gay, stated he felt scared and alone because of the election results,” the court document said. He told the detective that his parents were not very supportive of him because of that and he wanted to “mobilize a movement,” but he didn’t want it to generate the amount of media attention that the vandalism caused, the document said.
The Hell, he didn’t, he just didn’t want to get caught.
The inconvenient truth of the matter is that Donald Trump is the most pro-gay president ever elected in the United States. But there are a cadre of gay activists whose livelihoods and status are tied to their positions in the Democrat Party. And there are millions of stupid and emotional Democrat voters who need to project their irrational fears and hatred onto a bogeyman. Trump serves as a boogeyman for both; not because of what he actually stands for, but because of what they need him to stand for.
Imagine if these emotionally stunted people had to face the fact that their families and friends don’t shun them because they’re gay, but because they’re drama queens, cold messes, and insufferable jerks. It’s much easier to blame “homophobia” than to subject oneself to hard, honest introspection.