Buzzfeed is Butthurt Since Trump Didn’t Mark Gay Pride Month. [VIDEO]

Buzzfeed is Butthurt Since Trump Didn’t Mark Gay Pride Month. [VIDEO]

Buzzfeed is Butthurt Since Trump Didn’t Mark Gay Pride Month. [VIDEO]

Buzzfeed, that website that brings you momentous news like “Michael Phelps is Gonna Race an Actual F***ing Shark for Shark Week,” is very upset with President Trump.


And on Saturday their frustration finally boiled over. Why?

They’re distressed that Trump didn’t mention that June was Gay Pride Month. Then again, neither did President George W. Bush.

But Trump is President now, so everyone, clutch your pearls!

After all, Ivanka Trump noticed Gay Pride Month.

So why didn’t her dad?

Maybe it’s because of the way he’s been treated by gay activists. Like the New York Daily News writer who accused Trump of trying to “erase” the LGBT community.

And the Human Rights Campaign, which marked Trump’s first 100 days with this video. . .

. . . and then admonished its followers to “take a stand” against Trump and his administration.

Moreover, the campaign also accused Trump of promoting discrimination.

And then there were the parades during Gay Pride month. Nope, no love for Trump there. 

Now, we all know that when someone punches Trump, he counter punches twice as hard. So when gay activists bash Trump at every turn, did they expect him to give them a cookie?

But more to the point, what is the use of National This Week or National That Month? Buzzfeed itself points out all the silly proclamations made by Trump, like “National Financial Capability Month,” or “National Safe Boating Week,” or “National Homeownership Month.” What are these for? I’ve been a homeowner for over 35 years, and never got a card from the government wishing me a “Happy Home Ownership Month.” If you have, please let me know.

In the (infamous) words of Hillary Rodham Clinton, “What difference does it make?”

Look, I have no problem with celebrating Gay Pride month. They can knock themselves out with boas and rainbow banners, for all I care. Have fabulous parades. But stop already with thinking that the federal government should commemorate your pet issue. Let’s keep these proclamations at a local level, among citizens for whom it would have the most meaning. And quit thinking that a Presidential proclamation means anything other than a piece of paper.

Besides, if everyone is special, then no one is special, right?

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

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  • Max says:

    Dead on, Kim. I’m past tired of the “celebration and honoring” stuff. If someone declares a “heterosexual pride month”, wake me up. But being normal isn’t something to celebrate and honor, so I’m not holding my breath.

  • GWB says:

    But stop already with thinking that the federal government should commemorate your pet issue.

    Exactly. Though I have to admit that if Congress is busy issuing “National Homeownership Month” proclamations, they have less time to interfere in my life and my liberty. (Unfortunately, the accompanying grand-standing usually is interfering in my liberty and my life, as they pass some bailout or new regulations or some coercive tax incentive, which their “National Whatever” serves to justify.)

    And, also, if you really want to be accepted, try NOT touting your most … flamboyant characters in some march down Main Street? Unlike Kim, I really do have a problem with “Gay Pride”, as it celebrates an unhealthy activity and places in public view activities and body parts that would never be acceptable if it were a hetero pride parade.
    On top of everything else, narcissism is never pretty.

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