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Joe Biden Tells Whopper About Gay People During White House ‘Pride’ Event

Joe Biden Tells Whopper About Gay People During White House ‘Pride’ Event

With White House and military promoting Pride flag: “When a person can be married in the morning and thrown out of a restaurant for being gay in the afternoon, something is still very wrong in America.”

The only thing Joe Biden does more than wander around looking lost and confused at public events is to lie his head off and make a mockery of this country, which is exactly what happened during a Saturday White House LGBTQ “Pride” event where Biden—as per the Democrat Party norm—insulted the intelligence of millions of Americans.

First off, let us get the blooper reel, in which Biden referred to “transgender” persons as “transjester Americans” out of the way:

Naturally, this prompted some creativity on the conservative side:

Also at the event, he praised the LGBTQ crowd for their “courage,” telling them they were the most courageous people he’d been around in recent memory.

“We all talk about courage,” Biden said. “Well, I see more courage on this lawn than I’ve seen in any time in the recent past.”


It was a rather eye-opening remark to make considering just one day prior, Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were at a North Carolina event for members of the military and their families. I’m fairly certain Fort Liberty (formerly Fort Bragg) was packed with courageous people.

But maybe Biden genuinely did not remember it, which would make sense if you look at this video clip of him appearing absolutely out of it after his Friday speech was over before a handler snapped him out of his apparent daze and gave him direction:

But back to the Saturday Pride event at the White House, Biden made an astonishing claim that deserves further review:

“But for all the progress we’ve made, we know — we know a real change and real challenges still remain. When a person can be married in the morning and thrown out of a restaurant for being gay in the afternoon, something is still very wrong in America.”


I feel confident in saying that this has likely never happened because if it had we’d have had wall-to-wall, non-stop stories about it for weeks on end.

What has happened is that some bakers and florists have refused to make wedding cakes and floral arrangements for gay couples on religious grounds, but those same bakers and florists also made it clear that if they were asked to do non-LGBT related services for those same customers then they would have happily complied.

In fact, what’s more likely to happen in this country is a conservative either getting thrown out of a restaurant or ushered out, as we saw repeatedly during the Trump years as rabid Democrats like Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) called for radical leftists to confront Republicans in public places and tell them they weren’t wanted.

“You get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere!” she urged in the summer of 2018.

And during the Wuhan virus pandemic, Joe Biden pushed for mask requirements that led to people being kicked out of grocery stores, and he openly bragged about an (unconstitutional) vaccine mandate he put in place via executive order for businesses with more than a hundred employees that led to people getting fired from their jobs for refusing the COVID vaccine.

“When you see headlines and reports of mass firings, and hundreds of people losing their jobs, look at the bigger story,” he stated at the time. “United went from 59 percent of their employees [being vaccinated] to 99 percent of their employees in less than two months after implementing the requirement. Ninety-nine percent.”

In short, you’re far more likely to face discrimination in this country over the last six years or so for being a conservative and/or someone who chooses to defy Joe Biden than you are for being a “transjester American.”

Perhaps most insultingly though was the Biden administration’s decision to drape the Pride flag in between the U.S. flags on the side of the White House – and at the same levels:

The Air Force did something similar on their Twitter page last week, tweeting a graphic that depicted an American soldier saluting not the United States flag but the Pride flag:

Sadly, Mr. Sammons is probably not wrong, although it’s debatable as to whether or not it would even take 100 years at this point.

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ChrisPeters | June 11, 2023 at 6:08 pm

He is President Pinocchio, a lying puppet who is controlled by America-hating Marxists.

    A Punk Named Yunk in reply to ChrisPeters. | June 12, 2023 at 12:09 pm

    Unfortunately, there are SO MANY gullible people and so much complicitly lying press that they will gladly promote this claim. I suspect they’ll now make up such an incident to support this claim a la Jussie Smolet. THEN it will be covered wall-to-wall.

Celebrating the transgender spectrum from homosexuals to boys gawking at girls in locker rooms to men raping women in safe spaces to Levine’s dreams of Herr Mengele with translucid Biden woking in [ethnic] Spring under the Rainbow’s albinophobic symbols and rhetoric.

He has sullied the people’s house.

Democrats also celebrate human rites performed for social, redistributive, clinical, political, criminal, and fair weather progress.

Corn Pop was gay.

Genitals are the cause of most of the troubles in the world today.

I’ll be darned, another day ending in Y.

Every president needs a transjester in his court to keep him humble.

June is the birthday of Roy G. Biv, the inventor of the pride flag.

Massinsanity | June 11, 2023 at 7:15 pm

The rainbow is ruined forever.

    A Punk Named Yunk in reply to Massinsanity. | June 12, 2023 at 12:15 pm

    Ruined? Not quite. It has been misinterpreted, or maybe deliberately misappropriated from it’s biblical implication: G-d’s promise not to bring another deluge no matter how deserving we are of such a calamity. Of course, other calamities – earthquakes, local flooding, locusts, droughts – are still available. But no pretty flag exists to celebrate those in defiance of what is sacred.

    Hey, anyone wanna create a flag with a rainbow-patterned loust?

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | June 11, 2023 at 7:28 pm

“When a person can be married in the morning and thrown out of a restaurant for being gay in the afternoon, something is still very wrong in America.”

Yes. Pretend gay marriage is very, very wrong. It is a complete mockery of marriage and was only pushed to help destroy the institution of marriage, itself.

Marriage is about family – making families. It is not about hanging out with someone having perverted sex. Homosexuals cannot “make” families any more than any individual can “make” a family. Further, the number 2 is completely undistinguished in homosexual relationships. It is meaningless. The only reason that homosexuals are limiting themselves to couples, at the moment, is to try and pretend that they are like ordinary people. But they aren’t. Ordinary people marry so that they can make a family. Out of their own genes.

Blood counts, and those who would try to deny this are revolting against Nature, which is what leftists are all about.

    Marriage is about family – making families.

    I remember the genesis very well. To me, the right wing bungled that one. In several states, same-sex marriage was banned, and so were civil unions. I’d have been happy with the latter, and argued for them at the time. Better yet would be to make ALL unions “civil unions” and leave “marriage” in the private domain.

    But no, the far right wanted to go scorched earth on the issue. So much for small government liberatarianism. If you’re upset about same-sex marriage, look no further than those state consitutional amendments that banned same-sex marriage and any equivalents, which included civil unions.

    I have never “demanded” celebration, or anything like it. Only freedom. Don’t like gay marriage? Don’t get one.

      ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to RandomCrank. | June 11, 2023 at 9:23 pm

      Don’t like gay marriage? Don’t get one.

      What I don’t like is the obliteration of the language and the mockery of any sense or tradition.

      Pretend gay marriage has nothing to do with “marriage”.

      henrybowman in reply to RandomCrank. | June 12, 2023 at 2:00 am

      I don’t like home invasions, either. The formula seems flawed.

        RandomCrank in reply to henrybowman. | June 12, 2023 at 3:28 pm

        I don’t like home invasions. Nor does my lever rifle in the hall closet or my revolver in the footstool or the pistol on my belt or the AR-15 in the drawer. So much for “gays against guns.”

    Anacleto Mitraglia in reply to ThePrimordialOrderedPair. | June 12, 2023 at 6:12 am

    The trick is saying that marriage is about love: it is not. Yes, there hopefully is, but it is not its primary goal, nor it is required. Putting religions aside, it is a legal contract, which is guaranteed by the State (alimony, pensions tranferred to the surviving widow, legal obligations to the offspring etc.). And it is so because it is in the interest of the State, or, if you want, of Society in general, in raising a new generation and mantaing some societal order. The State doesn’t give an F it the spouses love each other or not.
    So basically, IMHO, if two homosexuals, male or female, want to marry because they like the ceremony, the flowers, the dresses or the party, if it’s OK for the church, they can arrange a wedding, but WITHOUT ANY HENCE COMING LEGAL OBLIGATION . Or they can hire a fake priest, or rabbi, or Imam if church says no.
    Througout history, homosexuals have always married: with a specimen of the opposite sex, obliging maybe some very rare intercourse in order to procreate, and keeping their sexual life outside the wedding. With decorum, if possible.

      CommoChief in reply to Anacleto Mitraglia. | June 12, 2023 at 6:36 pm

      Given the prevalence of no fault divorce which dismiss the need for the traditional factors in being granted a divorce; Abuse, infidelity and so forth it doesn’t appear that the State has any interest in enforcing the contract of marriage. Quite the opposite as they have financial incentives from the Federal govt within the child support structure to facilitate more divorce and thus more funds flowing through the Family CT system a % which goes to the State.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to ThePrimordialOrderedPair. | June 12, 2023 at 6:35 am

    Most of us homosexual folks weee happy with civil unions. That is, rights of inheri, and making medical decisions for a sick partner.

    It was the troublemakers who demanded it be called marriage.

    In parting, I’d like to ask this: if marriage is so blessed and sacred, why are 50% or more of them end of the divorce?

2smartforlibs | June 11, 2023 at 7:40 pm

Another episode of “things that never happened” with Dictator BUYden. Libs this is a lie, not an exaggeration.

RandomCrank | June 11, 2023 at 7:41 pm

What expoitative horseshit. I’m gay and only mention it when it’s relevant, which it is here. Could be that in times long gone by, someone was thrown out of a restaurant for being gay, but I doubt it.

As for the florist in my home state (Washington) who refused to make an arrangement for a same-sex wedding, I laughed at the time and thought the woman should have been stuffed and displayed in a museum as America’s only anti-gay florist.

I won’t even go into the grafting of “T” onto LGB. I’m sure I’ve commented here about that in the past. Suffice to say that no one asked the Ls or the Gs about it. As for the Bs, I remember when that happened; my thought at the time was that it was never about the B but only about the L or G component.

Anyway, the overwhelming majority of my tribe just wants to live our lives on a free and equal basis with everyone else. The media has a couple dozen nutcases on speed dial, none of whom represent us.

    Massinsanity in reply to RandomCrank. | June 12, 2023 at 12:25 am

    Wow, this is a great post. Will the L’s wake up as more and more Ts demand sex with them. The T women (men who play dress up and keep their junk) who date women really confuse me and now many of them demand the Ls date them. Just crazy.

    I always thought Bi was just another word for confused. G and L, that should be it in a rational world.

      RandomCrank in reply to Massinsanity. | June 12, 2023 at 4:52 pm

      Oh there are plenty of Ls who are very upset about it. They get no attention. This is hardly new. Ls have always complained, with considerable justification, about their invisibility — even within the same-sex tribe. This is a good example of “same shit, different sandwich.”

henrybowman | June 11, 2023 at 8:12 pm

“thrown out of a restaurant for being gay in the afternoon,”
He’s probably just reliving 1908, back when he was still driving 18-wheelers across Tibet with WInnie the Pooh, ordering Nogay Gai Pan at the truckstops.

They have conquered us and have their flag flying over our capital.

Why does he say these things (rhetorical question)!

He did the same thing in his Howard University commencement speech. He fuels hatred and division. “YOU are the victims of those evil close-minded right-wing ultra-MAGA conservatives!”

Why does Biden think that the POTUS has a role in boosting/demeaning social groups in the U.S.?

    henrybowman in reply to Q. | June 11, 2023 at 11:01 pm

    It’s all he’s good for.

    I heartily recommend (for enjoyment if nothing else), Robert Silverberg’s Majipoor Series, beginning with Lord Valentine’s Castle. From Wikipedia:

    The planet is ruled by an unusual tetrarchy of Powers: an adoptive Coronal rules in a highly visible and symbolic manner from his palace atop Castle Mount; the previous Coronal retires to become the Pontifex, the head of the bureaucracy in an underground Labyrinth; the Coronal’s mother becomes the Lady of the Isle of Sleep, promoting the morals of Majipoor by sending dreams to its inhabitants; while a hereditary King of Dreams on the distant continent of Suvrael punishes wrongdoers by visiting them with nightmares.

    The parallels to contemporary US politics are continually evocative. Biden is pure Coronal — a ceremonial, celebrity figurehead with negligible real power. The Pontifex (who is almost never seen by anyone but staff and lives underground) is whoever really runs the swamp.

So called ‘Pride’ days, weeks, months, and/or events are nothing less than conserted efforts to groom young people and reinforce those already involved in deviant lifestyles. Libraries, many State and Local Governments, Labor Unions, Woke Corporations, religious organizations,fraternal groups are a partial list of ‘Pride’ sponsors/enablers used. The alphabet lobby are in for the long, long haul. They are both patient an impatient at the same time.

Anacleto Mitraglia | June 12, 2023 at 6:19 am

Every time I see Brandon wander off the stage after one of his “””speeches”””, I especially love the circus music in the background. Am I alone in finding it gives the scene a Bennyhillesque vibe?

Justice Kennedy admitted ssm was a slippery slope, opted for it, and here we are.

It’s beyond disgusting to have the pride flag draped between the American Flags on the front of the White House.

“Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were at a North Carolina event for members of the military and their families. I’m fairly certain Fort Liberty (formerly Fort Bragg) was packed with courageous people.”

Considering the efforts of the military to recruit and promote homosexuals and transgenders … those are the only ones whom he considers to be “courageous.”

Steven Brizel | June 12, 2023 at 8:45 am

The bravest Americans were those who stormed Omaha Beach and defeated the Japanese in WW2-this statement is a disgrrace to their achievements and memories

Steven Brizel | June 12, 2023 at 8:46 am

The only flag that I stand for is the American flag

Looks like that Air Force guy is saluting the “pride” flag with his left hand. Figures.

“Transjester” is simply too marvelous a Freudian slip and a malapropism to not invoke to describe these pathologically narcissistic, obnoxiously misogynist, child-grooming twits, going forward.

Politifact rated this a “mostly true”. No surprise there.

Typical fact checking:

1) Trump: The sun comes up in the east.

Fact Check: While it true that the sun has always come up in the east, there is no guarantee that this trend will continue. Rating: Mostly False.

2) Biden: I got my start at Delaware State.

Fact Check: While not technically accurate, he did attend a college which has the word “Delaware” in its name. Rating: Mostly true.