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Log Cabin Republican President Says He'll Vote Democrat This November
Imagine our shock.
Messages obtained by Current Revolt appear to show Jason Baldwin, President of the Forth Worth chapter of the gay men’s club, Log Cabin Republicans, stating he’ll be voting Democrat in November.
In the above Facebook Message exchange, Baldwin says he’ll be voting for Tiffany Burks, Democrat for Tarrant County District Attorney. The Republican choice in the DA race is Phil Sorrells.
There is nothing stopping homosexuals from voting for Republicans if they promote the policies they want. Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) have always been a political group promoting the kinds of “sex” they like, masquerading as a conservative Republican group.
Jason Baldwin’s gay men’s club is also asking for Republican candidates to sponsor their LCR event with Scott Presler.
Baldwin states the point of this event is to “ensure we have a red wave in 2022,” which is funny considering he himself has no interest in actually participating in that “red wave” since he’s voting for a Democrat.
Here’s the thing.
Gays are inevitable in Republican politics. The majority of men in the Texas Young Republican club are likely gay; probably a good chunk of Texas Republican elected officials are closeted gay, it’s just the way it is. In reality, nobody cares about this. What people do care about is the LGBTQ+ agenda being normalized in a party that supports normal traditional marriage.
Furthermore, these messages, along with the analysis of the tranny quid pro quo we wrote about last year, illustrate LCR and its offshoots only care about one thing: political involvement regarding their sexual desires. The other issues are only a smokescreen.
The LGBTQ+ agenda (you know what the plus means) is their top priority, taking precedence over every other issue. To them, the LGBTQ+ agenda is more important than the wildly different governing styles between Democrats and Republicans.
But why don’t they just vote for Democrats who literally worship them for their sexual habits? Maybe the idea is to infiltrate the Republican party to ensure that whatever party wins, their LGBTQ+ agenda succeeds.
Are there a lot of Republicans going along with this? We doubt it.
Even the LCR website is hosted by lefty org Nationbuilder.
For those unaware, Nationbuilder is a Los Angeles based software company that helps create websites and help primarily far-left organizations.
The issues named above, along with the constant promotion of the LGBTQ+ agenda among young children, explain why a majority of Texas Republican party members consistently vote against giving LCRs a booth at the Texas State GOP convention. Perhaps this is why Texas Young Republicans recently voted to end it’s relationship with the Log Cabin Republicans.
When LCR was denied a booth, Baldwin and his ilk went running to leftist mainstream media complaining and calling Republicans small-minded and crazy-people. Baldwin also stated that the Republican party needed Log Cabin Republicans more than LCR needed the Republican party. It turns out that Republicans weren’t crazy or small-minded, considering that Baldwin has been outed as a Democrat voter and supporter.
We imagine most Republican candidates will refuse Log Cabin’s ask for sponsorship, not only because it’s a leftist org, but also because it mostly endorses losers anyway.
In the above pic, a good majority of the candidates endorsed by LCR lost. This is not a group anyone on the right should want to be associated with.
Texas is steadily becoming a bastion for actual conservatism and right-wing policies, and Texans won’t let the log gobblers push them to the left any longer.
Part 2 is tomorrow. We’ve got more on this lefty org and even more reasons why Republicans should avoid them at all costs.
And for the record, Jason, you got it wrong: the Republican party doesn’t need you, you need the Republican party.
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