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Yet Another Fake Gay “Hate Crime”

Posted by V the K at 9:00 am - May 4, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

If real hate crimes were happening, the left wouldn’t have to fake them.

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.



  1. Welcome to the United States of Feelings, Stupidity, and Subjective Reality.

    Comment by TAD — May 4, 2017 @ 9:25 am - May 4, 2017

  2. Fully expect Trump to be labelled as homophobic and defying the law when he attempts to protect Christian bakers, florists, photographers, and chapel owners from being forced to participate in same-sex marriage ceremonies against their will.

    This isn’t like the civil rights movement of the early 60s. Back then, there was pervasive racism where even the local governments were requiring separate facilities from businesses.

    No, there isn’t near that level of discrimination. In many cases, these businesses were deliberately targeted because they wanted to make a statement and shove it in their face.

    I recall reading an article from a proponent of same-sex marriage trying to make the case that civil unions were not the same. Just about every argument came down to, “We can’t force people to accept us with civil unions; we can’t shove it down their throats.”

    Just watch. When Trump signals his intention to protect those who do not wish to participate in same-sex marriage, he will be labelled as anti LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ, even as he shows no intention of fighting the Supreme Court ruling legalizing it.

    Comment by Craig Smith — May 4, 2017 @ 9:35 am - May 4, 2017

  3. Trump is indeed one of the most pro-gay presidents in history since the orientation isn’t an issue, he’s a 1980s sophisticate, it’s not a concern. Hillary & Obama on the other hand are far removed from any consideration of the gay community as mainstream. Their flip flops over & over indicate this.

    I’ve previously maintained that these crimes against Jews & gays originate form the Left. Ransacking cemeteries, threatening graffiti & more crap. For years Lib Blacks have been bitching about Israel & Jews, their sympathies being Democrat & therefore pro foreign arabs & their fact-less issues. I’m not even talking about the pathetic Farrakhan Blacks either. I’m talking about activist Obamaphone Black young men purposely ready for violence & armed with 3rd rate Democratic Plantation Politics talking points. The ones that were stupidly pushing for Obama to run for a 3rd term. Those that have been giving ideas to Lib Millenial non-voter activist subhumans.

    Comment by Hanover — May 4, 2017 @ 9:35 am - May 4, 2017

  4. He told the detective that his parents were not very supportive of him

    It is entirely possible to take responsibility for who you are and what ails you. It is also possible to infect yourself with who you are and what ails you.

    Lets jump to the gender identity mess:

    The DSM-5 [the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, published by the American Psychiatric Association] no longer lists “gender identity disorder” as a diagnosis but instead refers to “gender dysphoria.”

    The American Psychiatric Association will “admit” that transgender people are “fragile.” Here is a quote from Walter Bockting, PhD., co-director of the LGBT Health Initiative, Division of Gender, Sexuality and Health and a research scientist at the New York State Psychiatric Institue/Columbia University Medical Center: “The change in the DSM from gender identity disorder to gender dysphoria was a way to depathologize having a gender identity that differs from one’s sex assigned at birth and recognize the concern and clinical care that transgender individuals may need to achieve comfort with their gender identity, their body and gender role.”

    That gobbledygook statement by a man whose title would choke a horse is pure, 100% political correctness. He says assuming the opposite sex identity is not a “disorder,” but merely a case of “dysphoria.” And then he goes on to say that the dysphoria may need to have clinical attention so that the person who is dysphoric can achieve “comfort” with the other gender the person has chosen.

    And we the people are supposed to pretend that this “dysphoria” which is not a “disorder” is perfectly natural.

    Last week I watched Tucker Carlson interview Caitlyn Jenner. It was an intelligent and worthwhile interview. I did not have any negative reactions except for the four year old in me who kept asking: “Mommy, why is that man dressed like a woman?”

    This guy who spray-painted the church has got problems in his attic. I don’t know if it is a “disorder” or a “dysphoria.” I know that he has not come to terms with who he is and that his actions are a classic cry for help.

    Ditto for the precious children at $65,000 per year colleges who can not bear the presence of Milo on their campus. Ditto Stephen Colbert whose delusions of grandeur drive him to curse Trump in no uncertain terms and walk away being proud of himself for his gift to humanity. Ditto all the Hollyweird airheads who spew venom instead of seriously taking on the issues.

    OK, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual has redefined the diagnosis, but, hey! the problems still remain. So, society is to blame and must be treated.

    In April 2017, Mark E. Green was nominated by President Donald Trump to be United States Secretary of the Army. Green is a senator in Tennessee, a physician and a veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan as an Army physician. He is a West Point graduate. At a Chattanooga “TEA Party” meeting last year, Green responded to question about what the military rank and file thought about “the social revolutions being imposed upon them by this government.” Green answered: if you poll the psychiatrists, they’re going to tell you that transgender ins a disease.”

    Needless to say, that brought the social justice warriors out in droves.This is from the Salon big-mouthed Progressive in the link:

    Taken together, his ignorance and his intolerance of everyone from Muslims to Latinos to gay and transgender Americans should quickly disqualify him from a senior post in a military that must mold millions of Americans of countless backgrounds into a cohesive fighting force. Indeed, Green’s political ambitions reveal a full-scale messianic complex that manifests itself as a dangerous willingness to exploit the military to advance an unvarnished view of straight, white Christian supremacy.

    Green is cast as a totally “old-fashioned” codger in his thinking that the job of the Army is to break things and kill people. He is clearly unable to understand how a transgendered person dramatically improves the mission of the Army due entirely to the status of being transgendered. In my opinion, it is prudent to examine all volunteers for mental fitness. Major “Allahu Akbar” Hussan is a classic Army failure in vetting. He may have been a great “diversity” recruit, but he really screwed up the Army mission.

    I take particular note of: a military that must mold millions of Americans of countless backgrounds into a cohesive fighting force. Not really. It is no longer a draft situation. The military has every right to decide who is useful to the mission and what role each volunteer will play. It does not “need” the complications of people with physical limitations or “dysphoria” which needs attention. Green’s problem lies simply in saying the “dysphoria” is a disease. For that, the flying monkeys are swarming.

    There is a divide between those who are comfortable in their own skins and can mold themselves to conform to the mission and those who are distracted by their own complex problems.

    Comment by Heliotrope — May 4, 2017 @ 11:41 am - May 4, 2017

  5. @2 It’s already happening. CNN has a piece today about “Trump’s broken promise to gay Americans.” Broken promise? Well, “he is expected to sign an executive order that would license discrimination against LGBTQ Americans in the name of religious liberty,” in other words, bakers who would be happy to make you a birthday cake won’t be forced to make a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage.

    Comment by Conservative Guy — May 4, 2017 @ 11:41 am - May 4, 2017

  6. It’s no wonder that the American Guild of Organists own nickname for themselves is “Another Gay Organist“.

    …It must be all that pedaling and fingering-exercises.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — May 4, 2017 @ 12:58 pm - May 4, 2017

  7. I wonder if they caught him by the organ.

    Comment by Ignatius — May 4, 2017 @ 7:19 pm - May 4, 2017

  8. That church’s Facebook page is worth a glance. (Find it in the article that V linked.)

    One point made is that Stang was basically trying to *slander* Trump supporters. In Bible-speak, he was “bearing false witness”.

    Another commenter mentions

    Now that he’s been booked, Stang’s written statement says

    “I suppose I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good even if it was a false flag,” it says. “I of course realize now that this was NOT the way to go about inspiring activism.”

    Translation: Yet another criminal is sorry…that he got caught.

    I’m curious how they caught him?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — May 4, 2017 @ 11:45 pm - May 4, 2017

  9. Oh – you can read the detective’s affadavit. They dumped a local cell phone tower to see who was in the area / when. (Stang was such a dummy that he didn’t turn off his cellphone or leave it home, while driving around to buy spray paint at a nearby store and commit vandalism with it.) As they closed in and questioned him, he confessed.

    In his written confession, “Stang… described how this action was not of his character and he was fearful due to the election results.” Umm, isn’t your character what you do when you are under stress?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — May 5, 2017 @ 12:01 am - May 5, 2017

  10. Again, what’s with all the gay church organists?

    Comment by maire — May 5, 2017 @ 7:33 am - May 5, 2017

  11. Again, what’s with all the gay church organists?

    The same thing that afflicts florists, hairdressers, and interior designers.

    Comment by RSG — May 5, 2017 @ 10:43 am - May 5, 2017

  12. if all the hate crime epidemic since trump’s election were counted I believe it would come out like this:
    1) fakes
    2) against trump supporters
    3) last by a mile crimes committed by trump supporters

    Comment by salg — May 5, 2017 @ 2:49 pm - May 5, 2017

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