August 7, 2019 | From Life Site News
The White House confirmed the launch of a global U.S. campaign to promote acceptance of homosexual acts last week after several months of confusion and misinformation surrounding the administration’s position on LGBT issues.
(Editor’s note: This campaign began with Ambassador Richard Grenell, who defied the State Department directive against flying a rainbow flag at the U.S. Embassy in Germany during Pride Month. Insiders report to IFA that it is uncertain whether the President is part of this campaign, what it will mean, and what it will encompass. In any event, prayer is needed.)
“The Trump Administration has launched a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality and invites all nations to join us!” read a tweet from the White House last week. The tweet was a message of support for the LGBT advocacy of openly gay Richard Grenell, the U.S. Ambassador to Germany.
The tweet confirmed conservative concerns about the Trump administration’s position on LGBT issues.
President Trump tweeted a message in support of “Pride Month,” and in a subsequent tweet confirmed the launch of the global campaign to “decriminalize homosexuality.”
But confusion and misinformation about the campaign continued in June, as the State Department directed U.S. embassies not to fly the rainbow flag — a flag that is increasingly a symbol of political oppression for Christians in Western countries. Even so, many U.S. embassies chose to display the flag, including at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations.
The White House’s tweet in support of Ambassador Grenell on July 26 shows the Trump administration’s commitment to promoting acceptance of homosexual acts internationally. It followed a string of tweets from Ambassador Grenell and the U.S. Embassy to Germany about their participation in the annual Berlin Gay Pride Parade. (Excerpt from Life Site News.)