Gay Trump Supporter: He's Done More For The LGBT Community Than Any Other President
Maga supporter outside Walter Reed Medical Center praises Trump
A gay Republican said that President Donald Trump had done more for minorities than any of his predecessors.
During a prayer rally outside Walter Reed Medical Center, the Trump supporter identified as Heath told Breitbart News:
“This man here has done more for the gay community and the black community and all minorities than any president we’ve had in history."
"The man has done so much for our community, but the mainstream media twists it so much, and they will not give him credit for anything he’s done."
"I mean, he’s called out world leaders who has [sic] persecution of gays and lesbians in their countries," he added.
"He’s the first president that ever went into his first term supporting gay marriage already," he said.
"He called out the gay and lesbian community in a Republican National Committee in 2016. It’s unheard of."
Heath joined hundreds of Trump supporters outside Walter Reed Medical Center to show support, where the President is spending a week after he and the First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus.
Heath said he found it more difficult coming out as a conservative than coming out as gay.
“Well a few years ago, it was found out that I’m a Republican and so I said, ‘Hell with it."
"I’m kicking the door right open.’ And so I was coming out of the closet again, but it was harder coming out of the closet as a Republican and a conservative than it ever was as a gay man,” he said.
According to Heath, the Republican Party had become more diverse thanks to Trump.
“This is the new Republican Party. The man that’s laying over in that hospital bed does not care what your sexuality is; he does not care what your gender is; he doesn’t care what your race is."
"If you are a good person, that’s what he cares about,” he explained.
Heath describes himself as an American patriot.
“Because what my sexuality doesn’t determine… who I vote for and what my beliefs are,” he noted.
“And then he’s gonna be back on the [inaudible], and we’re gonna win in a landslide, and we’re gonna win four more years, and Joe Biden is gonna ride off in the sunset like he should have done 27 years ago after 20 years in office,” he said.
“Go President Trump and four more years, we love you,” Heath concluded.