Fireworks displays are canceled, but the LGBTQ community was able to march for black trans lives with impunity
JULY 1, 2020
A Chicago fireworks display celebrating Independence Day has been cancelled due to fears of large congregations becoming COVID-19 infection hotspots, even as the city allows thousands to march in Chicago’s North Side to elevate black LGBT voices.
ABC7 reported that roughly 25,000 people were expected to turn out to the Itasca fireworks display in Chicago before it was cancelled due to fear of spreading COVID-19, and its cancellation has left the fireworks industry experiencing financial trouble as small business struggle after months of intermittent lockdowns and restrictions.
A spokesperson for the American Pyrotechnics Association said that “until large gatherings can happen again, the firework industry is not going to survive,” and added that around 80% of all American fireworks are used on Independence Day. One local pyrotechnics vendor said that he had over half a million pounds of explosives in stock, waiting for use.
Meanwhile, although LGBTQ pride parades were officially cancelled by the City of Chicago due to the inability for social distancing guidelines to be observed in a typical march, thousands of members of the the LGBTQ community broke the guidelines and left their homes in support for black trans lives in a two-mile march in Chicago’s North Side on June 28.
Hundreds of grassroots LGBT activists assembled for the event, nominally part of the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests throughout the United States, in the absence of a formal LGBTQ Pride Month event.
According to ABC7, activist Ashabi Owagboriaye said that “The reason the march is so important is to highlight those lives that we lost and highlight the people whose lives may not have been lost, but have been wrecked just because they exist openly.”
Local media described the event, not officially sanctioned by Chicago but instead viewed as an act of protest, as a continuation of the city’s previous LGBTQ Pride Month events.
LGBTQ media depicts the event as a continuation of the “protest” that LGBTQ Pride historically began as, potentially admitting that the protest march was an opportunity to flout the city’s COVID-19 restrictions.
While it bans page critical of ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’.
By Mark Dice – 6/3/2020
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By Shane Trejo – May 22, 2020
Under the regime of Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan has some of the most strict shutdown edicts of any state in the entire country. Whitmer has gotten off on kicking barbers, restaurateurs and other small business owners in the face throughout the demeaning charade.
However, one particular establishment has received a pass for no reason other than to promote debauchery and vice: A popular Lansing, Mich. swingers club where homosexual degenerates regularly swap fluids. The underground gay establishment, Club Tabu remains operational with the state looking the other way.
On their website, they are “defined as “private party” lifestyle socials” in which gay sex is allowed “in the privacy of your own accommodations” within the establishment. They also confirm that there are several gloryholes in the establishment so sodomites can engage in illicit, dangerous and perverted sex. The club confirmed on their Facebook page that they have been open since May 1.
Big League Politics reported yesterday on how barbers were issued misdemeanor citations for giving haircuts outside the State Capitol, as salons are considered a non-essential business:
The Michigan State Police (MSP) issued $500 fines for “disorderly” behavior to barbers who participated in Operation Haircut, a rally against arbitrary quarantine edicts issued by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer…
One of the barbers targeted by police is Sarah Huff, the 29-year-old owner of the Ardor + Grit salon in Holland, Mich. She received a citation for being a “disorderly person” for cutting hair outside of the Capitol on Wednesday.
She spoke to Big League Politics about the tyranny she endured for being willing to stand for her livelihood at the Capitol.
“When I talked to the cops, I actually asked them specifically if they were okay with doing this, and I had two cops, who were very nice, and they kind of both looked at each other, and then looked at me and said they cannot have an opinion,” Huff said while describing the incident.
“I don’t know. That’s kind of crazy that you can’t have any opinion on liberty,” she added…
Huff is following in the footsteps of heroic barber Karl Manke and opening up her salon without permission from the state.
“My next step is opening up my Salon. I did open up last Friday. I took a couple days to think about what I was going to do and try to rebuild my confidence and get back to work. So I am going to back to work on Friday, and then I will stay open,” she said.
Thus far, Huff has received no flak from the city of Holland or the state of Michigan for opening her salon against Whitmer’s orders. She does anticipate that some sanctions will come eventually, but she is not deterred from making her stand despite the push back against her.
“I would 100 percent do it again,” Huff said.
The disorderly person statute is found in Section 750.167 of the Michigan Penal Code. It is a misdemeanor crime, and Huff could be punished by up to 90 days in jail if she is ultimately convicted.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is an LGBT reprobate, so that may be why this den of iniquity is given a pass while hard-working Christian small business owners are targeted for elimination.
Children being bombarded with identity politics brainwashing at increasingly younger ages.
By Paul Joseph Watson – May 19, 2020
A Cartoon Network show is teaching kids about “intersex, non-binary” gender identities.
A clip from the Steven Universe show made in partnership with the Dove Self-Esteem Project was uploaded to Twitter in which one of the characters says, “Let’s talk about social media, this is my page.”
The profile page belonging to the character reads “Intersex, non-binary, they-them.”
As the character is scrolling through the social media timeline, the words “Intersex rights are human rights!” and “Intersex Awareness Day October 28th” are displayed.
Steven Universe, which was also made into a movie last year, was created by animator Rebecca Sugar, a self-described “bisexual non-binary woman,” an identity which, according to her Wikipedia page, “has encouraged her to stress the importance of LGBT representation in art, especially in children’s entertainment.”
As we previously highlighted, bombarding children of increasingly younger ages with information about sexuality and gender fluidity has become a goal of progressivism.
The World Health Organization’s ‘Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe: A framework for policymakers, educational and health authorities and specialists’, advises children be taught about sexually pleasuring themselves and transgenderism before they’ve even fully learned to talk.
Drag Queen Story Time, during which drag queens read to and sometimes perform sexually suggestive routines to toddlers, has also been celebrated by the media, as have ‘drag kids’ like Desmond is Amazing.
MARCH 12, 2020
An LGBT activist group called Pride Train has plastered New York subways with posters reminding commuters not to be racist during the coronavirus pandemic.
Asserting that “Facts, not fear, will stop COVID-19,” the posters tell travelers “No ignorance, racism, or xenophobia allowed at this station at any time.”
Another poster states, “COVID-19 is not an excuse to be racist.”
The posters immediately draw attention because they are designed to look like official MTA announcements.
Although previous posters were put up without the express permission of the MTA, Pride Train has described the Metropolitan Transportation Authority as a “silent (very silent) partner.”
Concerns over “racism” and “xenophobia” surrounding the coronavirus have repeatedly emerged, with the World Health Organization making numerous statements demanding certain words and phrases not be used in order to prevent people feeling “stigmatized.”
The irony of course is that the kind of border controls which countries like Russia imposed back in January would be decried as “racist” by groups such as Pride Train, yet they have successfully prevented the wider spread of coronavirus.