‘Gays For Trump’ Has a March Planned Next Month in Support of Our Anti-LGBTQ President
Peter Boykin (pictured with a wax figure of Trump above) is the founder and president of Gays For Trump. He has organized a March4Trump event aimed at gay and straight supporters of Donald Trump, the most anti-LGBTQ U.S. president in modern history. The march will take place on Sunday, March 4, 2018, in the nation’s capital. Boykin says he expects 1,000 people to turn out, though last year’s March4Trump rally had only a few hundred attendees.
At last year’s event, Boykin made a speech (below) in which he said, “Personally for me … I’m marching for the freedom of speech and I’m marching against what happened to Milo [Yiannopoulos]. Fake news, clickbait, uneducated social justice warriors … The man spoke the truth … but he was basically destroyed by the media over social fake news.”
To be clear, Yiannopoulos was brought down by a conservative blogger who reported his comments supporting child rape.
Boykin claims Trump and Congress were the focus of an attack by the Democratic Party, “in conjunction with the Clintons and/or the Obamas.” He then urged the Republican-led Congress to investigate the funding of a “shadow government” by the Democratic National Committee and pretty much every well-known Democrat and liberal public figure you’ve ever heard of.
In his speech, Peter Boykin said:
We’re having to fight against gay zombies and far, far left liberals. Liberalism, extreme liberalism, is a mental disorder. Period. When you call somebody from Gays For Trump like Jews For Hitler, what are you talking about? You voted for somebody who likes radical Muslim terrorists who want to throw gays off buildings? But yet somehow the liberal LGBT wants to vote for those people? What’s wrong with those people?
Last year’s speakers also included Trump-supporting singer-songwriter Joy Villa (below) and the man who designed her infamous pro-Trump dress, gay Filipino immigrant Andrew Soriano.
Last year Boykin also held a “Make America Great Again Free Speech Rally” on July 1, in Washington, D.C. Only 18 people attended. Boykin blamed the low turnout on people celebrating the July 4 holiday weekend.
Boykin has also set up a website for the 1st Annual #MAGAAwards on March 2, 2019, to honor a select roster of journalists and activists.