• ISIS Is Beheading Gay Men As Obama Talks Gay Rights In US

    During a speech commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday march in Selma, Obama honored the protesters and implored the crowd to “Ask your gay friend if it’s easier to be out and proud in America now than it was 30 years ago.”

    Further explaining that we are all “warriors of justice,” Obama said, “We are the gay Americans whose blood ran on the streets of San Francisco and New York, just as blood ran down this bridge.”

    Yes, discrimination in America remains–as episodic as it is.

    And the question of whether homosexuals should be able to redefine marriage or if a Christian baker should be forced to make cakes for gay weddings, are arguments and legal battles worth having.

    But what gets lost in a cacophony of impassioned media coverage is the fact that the real civil rights movement for homosexuals is not in America, but abroad.

    Islamic State militants are brutally murdering homosexuals at a rate that would make Vladimir Putin and the rulers in Iran and Saudi Arabia blush. In just a few short days, three men were blindfolded and beheaded for being gay:

    And when ISIS thugs aren’t chopping off people’s head, they’re throwing them off of buildings:

    And if things couldn’t be worse, there are reports of crowds cheering along this barbarism while throwing stones at the near-deceased victims:


    No, Mr. Obama. “Blood” no longer runs down any bridges in any American towns. That blood is being spilled all over the Middle East. That blood is being squeezed out of innocent people by a growing group of psychopaths who are now the face of Islam–whether you accept it or not.

    So spare me the lectures about how bigoted America is, about the struggles that we must still fight.

    If Obama really cared about the plight of homosexuals and the true victims among us, he’d give a speech about gay rights in the Middle East.

    But he won’t.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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