Queer as a Three Dollar Bill

     Remember when the Department of Justice circulated fliers declaring that you are a “H8r” unless you proactively celebrate homosexuality and cross-dressing?  Just think that this was a fringe move by the Obama administration?  Think again.  Now corporatist lapdog companies are working overtime to ferret out any and all “H8rz” who do not side with the agenda of the “Gay Rights” movement.

     The bank, Chase, sent out a mandatory employee survey that explicitly connected responses with the individual employees.  Therein they asked:

  1. A person with disabilities
  2. A person with children with disabilities
  3. A person with a spouse/domestic partner with disabilities
  4. A member of the LGBT community
  5. An ally of the LGBT community, but not personally identifying as LGBT

     What happens to the employees who, by not checking the last question in the affirmative, seem to declare themselves as not “allies.”   It suggests that one must either be an “ally” of political and social stances to normalize homosexuality and/or cross-dressing, or someone who opposes a favored group of individuals, and thus are to be labeled “H8rz” and so demonized as evil incarnate.

     Multiple reports appears to confirm this.  Ironic, though, that after declaring the Hobby Lobby does not have a “religion” or “moral beliefs,” the Left fully support corporations that fire “H8rz” who don’t fully support that corporations “values.”

     Utilizing the Left’s own twisted definitions, here we clearly see an exercise of power.  In other words, “Privilege.”  Thus, by the Left’s own definition, anyone who isn’t an “ally” is being oppressed!

     LOL, just kidding.  The Left preemptively defines straight people as evil, and will twist their definitions to fit that pre-determined definition.  The only “justice” they recognize is the imposition of their beliefs and values on society.

     This rot is deep.  This will not end well…

This entry was posted in Progressives and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.