The gay pride parade this year in New York City featured a new group consisting of crooked politicians, and leading the contingent were presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andy Cuomo. Anyone care to guess how many felonies have been committed in total by this crew?
However, Hillary only spent 15 minutes at the pride festivities, and then she bolted in a paranoid fit after becoming convinced that FBI agents from the vast right-wing conspiracy were tailing her. The political farce generated enough media buzz to convince her tragic fans in the LGBT community that she really cares about our issues and really likes us notwithstanding her adamant opposition to gay marriage for decades.
Of course, not all queers were fooled by Crooked Hillary's cynical charade as reported by The New York Times:
But while much of Mrs. Clinton's donor base includes gay and lesbian supporters, some have questioned the deliberate pace of her evolution. There are also old wounds from her husband's administration, which enacted the military policy of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and the Defense of Marriage Act barring federal recognition of same-sex marriages. Mrs. Clinton inspired fresh criticism this year after the death of Nancy Reagan, mistakenly praising Mrs. Reagan's "low-key advocacy" concerning H.I.V./AIDS despite the Reagans' lengthy public silence on the disease. Mrs. Clinton quickly apologized. The crowd on Sunday included a handful of skeptics. "She did it strictly so that we would relate the image of her with the image of pride," said Lexi Avidani, 24, from Long Island. "And she doesn't support it."
And for the record let's further remind all those tired queens with bad memories that Nancy Reagan wasn't the only First Lady who was silent during the AIDS crisis. During the 1980s Hillary Clinton as First Lady of Arkansas was also silent as gay men faced mass extinction, and she said nothing as her husband Bubba enforced the unconstitutional sodomy laws and further enacted a criminal statute with draconian penalties for HIV transmission as reported by The Washington Blade: "Hillary expended no political capital on us or our concerns."