When Donald Trump promised to protect the LGBTQ community in his fear-mongering speech at the RNC this year, only the most gullible fell for it. Count Cher as among those smart enough to know a conman conning when she sees one.
Cher spoke with Lawrence O’Donnell on his MSNBC program The Last Word on Tuesday and made clear just how silly she found Trump’s empty promises.
“How does he go from that meeting to telling my people that he will protect them?” she asked.
Trump has also said he sides with states like North Carolina when it comes to transgender bathroom laws like HB2, has routinely spoke out against same-sex marriage and in support of discriminatory Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) laws.
If Russia is in decline, why worry? Maybe, real worry is West's decline and that we manage things better? pic.twitter.com/WqG4uT5Pqt — Russian Embassy, UK (@RussianEmbassy) October 22, 2016 Just in case you were wondering what kind of company Donald Trump keeps, his friends at the Russian embassy in London just tweeted a hilarious cartoon of gay pigs in [...]
Has there ever been a more embarrassing time to be a queer Republican? Look at what the humiliated Log Cabin Republicans have been reduced to: withholding their endorsement from Trump, despite him being what they call “perhaps the most pro-LGBT presidential nominee in the history of the Republican Party.” The sad truth is that they are probably [...]
Pete Burns, the iconic lead singer of Dead or Alive, has died. Related: Gaga Ruined Madonna’s Career Just Like Plastic Surgery Ruined Pete Burns’ Face On Sunday, the 57-year-old artist behind such ’80s hits as “You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)” and “Brand New Lover suffered “massive cardiac arrest,” according to The Sun. Related: Out There: [...]
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