Dominicans wish U.S. taxpayer would stop pushing LGBT agenda on them

Dominicans wish U.S. taxpayer would stop pushing LGBT agenda on them
(Image: White House via National Journal)

[Ed. – If you didn’t know you were pushing it — well, now you do.  The launch of the LGBT Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic, mentioned in the article, is an actual thing, funded by USAID.  We’ve done it in dozens of countries around the world now.]

A little over two years after Obama campaign bundler and LGBT advocate James “Wally” Brewster arrived in the Dominican Republic, accompanied by his spouse, Bob Satawake, to assume his duties as U.S. ambassador, calls are growing in the conservative country for his recall.

Church leaders, politicians and education officials in the Caribbean island nation are clamoring for his removal, and a petition was lodged with the White House this week accusing him of promoting an “LGBT agenda inconsistent with the Christian cultural values and tradition of the Dominican Republic.” …

The White House “We the People” petition calling for Brewster’s removal received more than 25,000 signatures within three days of being posted this week – more than a quarter of the 100,000 required in a 30-day period to earn a formal response from the administration. …

The petition also mentioned other concerns, including the formation last week of an LGBT Chamber of Commerce, and the fact that the ambassador “involves his spouse” in official duties, such as school visits. …

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