Americans march FOR Gay Pride & AGAINST Shariah “We’re here. We’re queer. Get that cheeto out of here.”

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By Lynn Woolley

It was a weekend for marching in America’s big cities.

Thousands celebrate the annual LGBTQ Capital Pride parade in Washington June 10, 2017. REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan

In Washington and Los Angeles, Gay Pride events turned into anti Trump diatribes.

In cities like Seattle, Chicago, and New York, traditional Americans peacefully demonstrated for the Constitution as opposed to Islamic Law.

The pro-LGBT events in about a hundred cities were largely unfettered by heterosexuals. But at the anti-Shariah Law events, left-wing counter-protesters seemed to outnumber the main event.

In Austin, the pro-Shariah crowd was two to one.

This shows what the Left has become – a movement that is completely intolerant, driven by liberal academia and determined to get its way. The Gay Pride events – originally intended to mainstream homosexuality – became forums for the far Left – with Maxine Waters showing up in L.A. to continue her push to impeach President Trump.

The annual LGBTQ Capital Pride parade in Washington, June 10, 2017. REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan

It’s far past time to protest creeping Shariah.

We’re talking Islamic Law here – not a religion, though the word “islamophobic” is often hurled at those who rightly are wary of it. If fact, anyone who is not islamophobic about the possible entrenchment of Shariah in America is ignorant.

In Richardson, at the Islamic Association of North America mosque, hundreds gathered in support of ACT For America – the organization created by Brigitte Gabriel that was the driving force behind the protests.

Lynn Woolley with Brigitte Gabriel, Washington, September 15, 2009

Penny Story, one of the protesters told the Dallas Morning News:

“Shariah Law is not American. That is a legal system. It is not a religion and it is 100 percent opposite of the Constitution. It’s a subversive legal system based on slavery, lying, violence and death. America is built on freedom, life, peace, and liberty. They don’t co-exist.”

Story’s comment nails it.

Sharia Protest in Houston (Photo: Liz-Theiss)

Shariah Law is promoted in Texas and in America as simply a way that Muslims decide minor disputes and divorces and such.

But once it takes hold, it will grow and attempt to dominate as it has in England – a more “welcoming” county that has had three major Islamic terrorists attacks in the last three months.

These protesters are trying to stop America from becoming England, where the Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan simply tells his constituents not to worry.

The event in Austin grew tense.

Riot police separate counter-protesters from anti-Islam demonstrators. Gus Bova

Congress Avenue was stacked with concrete barriers. State Troopers (some in riot gear) patrolled, some on horseback. The main protesters carried American flags and MAGA (Make America Great Again) hats.

They were there to support the Constitution, freedom, and American values.

Women were chanting for equal rights for women, standing against female genital mutilation and honor killings.

The counter-protesters called them racists, Nazis, and islamophobes – according to the Austin American Statesman. Some wore masks and yelled charges of white supremacy and:

“No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA.”

The media covered the protests, but nothing to the extent of the Gay Pride events.

Most featurepapers were quick to point out that ACT for America has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Ironically enough, this is the pot calling the kettle black. Although it gets respect from the Mainstream Media, the SPLC is a far left hate group in its own right.

Meanwhile, at the Gay Pride Events in Washington & Los Angeles…

In the “Equality March” in the nation’s capital, activists claimed to be mad at President Trump for his largely gay-unfriendly administration including Vice President Pence, Attorney General Sessions, and HHS Secretary Price. They also seethed over the President’s rollback of federal guidelines on transgender bathrooms in schools. They chanted:

“We’re here. We’re queer. Get that cheeto out of here.”

Not knowing homosexual street language, I had to look up “cheeto” in the gay online dictionary. It refers to a very extremely gay male, and is a reference to a snack food called “Flaming Hot Cheetos.” The word “flaming,” of course, refers to a very obvious homosexual. They live in a world many of us do not even suspect exists.

In Los Angeles, they renamed the parade the “ResistMarch” and made it into an anti Trump libfest. Tens of thousands turned out, carrying rainbow flags, and signs reading “Love Trumps Hate.”

The list of speakers included L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, Maxine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, and drag queen RuPaul. Waters led a chant of “Impeach 45.”

“We’re going to take the country back from him. I know that you have the strength. I know that you have the courage. And I know that each of you understand you have the power.”

The power to impeach? Well, no. That power is invested in the House of Representatives where Waters shows her ignorance on a near-daily basis.

What are the takeaways?

These two national protests have much to teach us.

First, the Left in America is a loose alliance of every deviant movement known to be harmful to this country.

• Illegal immigration, diversity, and open borders in the name of “inclusion.”
• Welcoming Islamic law and (someday) infiltration in the name of “religious freedom.”
• Abortion on demand in the name of women’s rights.
• Climate change in the name of saving the planet.
• Big Government and Central Planning in the name of equality.

All these movements have coalesced into the Democrat Party. As evidenced by the counter-protests at the Shariah rallies, they will always fight back at traditional America and they never rest until they get their way. The ACT for America rallies were the first serious American Values demonstrations in a long, long time.

They were long overdue. And much needed.

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