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Trump Celebrates Gay Marriage with Log Cabin Republicans

'We are fighting for the gay community, and we are fighting and fighting hard...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) President Trump held a party at Mar-a-Lago celebrating homosexual marriage with Republicans who are open sodomites.

Mar-a-Lago’s main ballroom played host to the “Spirit of Lincoln” Gala put on by the group of homosexual Republicans that calls itself the Log Cabin Republicans, according to Politico.

President Trump was in attendance and addressed the Lincoln Gala.

“We are fighting for the gay community, and we are fighting and fighting hard,” he said

“With the help of many of the people here tonight in recent years, our movement has taken incredible strides, the strides you’ve made here is incredible.”

President Trump’s gushing seemed to impress the homosexuals.

Charles Moran, the president of the Log Cabin Republicans, sought to expand the support of homosexuality in the Republican Party with President Trump’s endorsement.

“I just heard a Republican candidate for president stand up and say he is willing to fight and I challenge every other Republican to make the same pledge Donald Trump made tonight,” he said.

“I’m going to hold all candidates to that same standard,” he concluded.

President Trump was not the only notable MAGA candidate at the event, as he was joined by former Gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake.

President Trump’s snuggling up to homosexuals came after 12 RINOs, congressional Democrats, Joe Biden and a drag queen worked together to codify same-sex marriage with a lame-duck congress.

The move may not be much of a risk as 55% of Republicans and 71% of all Americans support homosexual marriage, according to Gallop.

Some Republicans, at least, are willing to face unpopularity to oppose Biden’s same-sex marriage bill, according to Jolt Florida.

Florida‘s conservative Governor, Ron DeSantis, said there was no need to pass the bill and that there were “valid” concerns about this bill’s ability to tyrannize religious Americans.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., also spoke out against the bill.

“Nuns running orphanages will find themselves in court if it becomes law. That’s outrageous. No faith-based organization will be immune from the insanity,” he said.

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