Gay conservatives were collecting signatures for a petition. While doing this, a Democratic official attacked the gay conservatives. Jeff LeTourneau asked, "Which one of you assholes is gay?"

It's pretty obvious the Democratic official was not a fan of the petition they were attempting to get signatures for. The signatures were geared toward unseating Democratic Senator Josh Newman over a gas tax raise.

This showed that the official obviously does not have a strong opinion of gays, particularly conservative gays. The video shows that Democrats only support gay people when they are benefiting from it. Or when they are Democrats.

Carl DeMaio was in the video and Fox News was able to speak with him.

“LeTourneau clearly thinks that if you are gay, you can only be a Democrat which is both arrogant and highly offensive,” said Carl DeMaio, a gay former San Diego city council member and former GOP congressional candidate who can be heard on the video trying to calm down LeTourneau. “The idea that Californians are sick of paying higher taxes cuts across party lines and sexual orientation.”

LeTourneau had a very heated exchange with Carl DeMaio and the publisher of a gay news site.

Throughout the exchange, DeMaio and the publisher of a gay news site could be heard trying to placate LeTourneau with phrases like “Don’t be hateful” and “Don’t be so angry.”

At one point, LeTourneau got into an exchange with a shopper who approached the petition table and criticized the Vice-Chair for blocking access. She asked him to move. 

“I don’t need to step away, are you kidding me?” he said. “I’m not stepping away.”

Watch the video.

Gay Conservatives Attacked by Democrat Official

The relationship liberals have with gay people is very similar to the relationship they have with black people. They care about them when it is convenient. When they need something from them. This video proves that.

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