Obama Mocks Traditional Marriage, Biblical Principles in LGBT Fundraiser Speech

( [email protected] ) Jun 20, 2014 03:51 PM EDT
In a speech given to a large crowd in New York City, President Obama revealed his disdain for traditional marriage, telling audiences that his administration had "done more to protect the rights of lesbian and gay, and bisexual and transgender Americans than any other administration in history."
President Barack Obama speaks at a Democratic National Committee LGBT fundraiser in New York City screen grab/C-SPAN

Earlier this week, President Barack Obama gave a speech promoting LGBT rights in which he further revealed his disdain for traditional marriage.

Speaking at Democratic National Committee (DNC) LGBT fundraiser in New York City, the president discussed plans for an executive order prohibiting federal contractors from discriminating against employees based on sexual orientation.

"When I took office, only two states had marriage equality," he boasted. "Today, 19 states and the District of Columbia do."

"So Pride Month is a time for celebration, and this year we've got a lot to celebrate. If you think about everything that's happened in the last 12 months, it is remarkable. In nine more states you're now free to marry the person you love-that includes my two home states of Hawaii and Illinois."

Obama noted that under his administration, Harvey Milk, the infamous homosexual activist who became the first openly gay elected official in California in 1977, was nationally honored.

 "[Under my administration] the NFL drafted its first openly gay player. The U.S. Postal Service made history by putting an openly gay person on a stamp-the late, great Harvey Milk smiling from ear to ear," Obama told the crowd.

The president also mentioned that under his leadership, the judicial system is now infiltrated with homosexual judges. Earlier this week, Darrin P. Gayles and Staci Michelle Yandle, two openly gay judges nomination by the president, were approved by the U.S. Senate to the federal bench.

"Before I took office, only one openly gay judge had been confirmed in history. We have 10 more," he declared.

"But because of your help, we've been able to do more to protect the rights of lesbian and gay, and bisexual and transgender Americans than any administration in history...We stopped defending the so-called Defense of Marriage Act in the courts and argued alongside Edie and Robbie before the highest court in the land," he proudly continued.

Ironically, the president concluded his speech with the words, "God bless America."

Rev. Stacy Swimp of Revive-Alive Ministries in Detroit, Michigan and spokesperson for a coalition of over 200 black pastors and religious leaders in the state, argues that Obama's efforts to promote the homosexual agenda within the country advances Satan's power over society.

"Obama is-without a doubt-an enemy of God, country and family, as are the homosexual judges that he strategically places in federal courts to advance Satan's agenda to silence the gospel in our society," he stated.

"Regardless of what society says and no matter how prevalent this evil abomination of homosexuality becomes in our secular world, I pray true Christians will continue to stand upon God's truth."