June has been commandeered by activists as "LGBT Pride month," using it as an opportunity to celebrate sodomy. A new presidential administration, however, has yet to give it credence.
Three McDonald's restaurants along the parade route for Washington, D.C.'s gay pride parade are celebrating homosexuality by featuring rainbow graphics on their french fry containers. They are offering the "rainbow fries" for a limited time during the weekend of June 8–11.
McDonald's has been a supporter of the LGBT agenda for years, donating money to pro-gay organizations and causes. The corporation has even featured a commercial where a son reveals to his father, "I like boys." A number of customers have already written McDonald's pledging to boycott the franchise if it continues wading into controversial social issues.
Target, despite losing billions of dollars in revenue after embracing transgender politics by allowing men in women's bathrooms, has continued to push sodomy by featuring rainbow-colored clothing and promoting the hashtag #TakePride.
Walmart is another corporation that endorses and promotes homosexuality, even being one of the big donors to the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund that promotes the election of openly homosexual local politicians. Other donors include AT&T, Comcast, Microsoft and Toyota.
Other corporations openly embracing so-called same-sex marriage are online shopping behemoth Amazon and Starbucks, which has more than 21,000 stores throughout the world and has grossed over $16 billion in revenue. In 2016, it advertised its 97 locations in Seattle as "LGBT Safe Spaces."
The U.S. government, typically pro-LGBT since Barack Obama took the presidency in 2008, seems to be wavering in its support of sodomy. Homosexual activists are reportedly "deeply troubled" that President Donald Trump has not yet signed a proclamation recognizing June as LGBT Pride month, something Obama had done every year since 2011.
The U.S. Navy has gone forward, however, and declared LGBT Pride month without any prompting from Trump or the Pentagon. The move is unsurprising since the Navy announced in 2016 it would be naming one of its ships after homosexual activist, politician and sexual predator Harvey Milk.
The Obama administration began the "gaying of the military" by repealing President Bill Clinton's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy, which forbade open homosexuals from serving in the military. In 2016, the Senate unanimously approved the appointment of open homosexual Eric Fanning to the highest civilian office as Secretary of the Army.
The same year so-called transgenders were allowed to serve openly in the U.S. armed forces, officers were forced to undergo transgender re-education in order to implement the Obama administration's plans.
June is the month homosexual activists have chosen to publicly promote sodomy and all forms of same-sex behavior in commemoration of the Stonewall riots that occurred at the Stonewall Inn on June 28, 1969, in Greenwich Village, New York. The first gay pride parades occurred the following year in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.