What’s Going on with Trump and the LGBT Community? Not What You Think…

Many in the gay community are reacting very differently toward the Orlando shooting than one might expect. There have been stickers seen in West Hollywood that are touting the 2nd amendment. Additional to that, gun sales are going up in the area.

On top of that, there have been more gay people becoming Pro-Trump after the incident.

Per Washington Examiner here are some stances from the LGBT community:

“I’m shaken, I’m a mess, I’m broken, but I’ve never been more determined for a leader to actually take charge and make a change, how do i get started. How do I help this man lead us into a safer country?” 4yyyy wrote.

Another gay man posted that he was gay and liberal, but had enough of political correctness and is voting for Trump for his honesty.

The political correctness coming out of the Left and their ability to blame gun owners instead of radical jihadists infuriated another gay man who said he officially joined the Trump train.

“I am a gay man and this disgusting incident has persuaded me to join the Trump train!” Snowduckling wrote. “I think it’s horrible that adherents of Islam are allowed to spread their hate without any criticism and with tons of censorship. What we have clearly isn’t working and we need a change. Hillary and Sanders will just roll over and put out the welcome mat for more Islamic influence and terror. With Trump we at least stand a chance.”

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Believe it or not, gay people have a friend in Donald Trump. The media does not want to let them believe this, but it’s true. Trump said he doesn’t care at all which restroom Caitlyn Jenner uses. Trump will get loads of votes from surprising demographics, count on that.

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