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Confirmed: Marvel Cinematic Universe Set to Introduce First Transgender, Gay Superheroes

Here they come!

John Salvatore

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Get “woke,” go broke. We’ve seen it time and again. When companies decide to force the LGBT agenda down the throats of the American people, they often times suffer the consequences financially. What’s up, Dick’s Sporting Goods!?

Marvel Studios has now decided to firmly jump into the LGBT pond face-first with the revelation that its next major film will feature a gay character, followed by a transgender character. Because that’s what everyone was asking for, right?

Here’s the deal, via BBC:

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Asked by a fan whether there were any plans for more LGBT characters in Marvel’s films, “specifically the T, trans characters”, [Marvel boss] Kevin [Feige] said: “Yes, absolutely. Yes.”

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This year, The Eternals will introduce Marvel movies’ first gay character.

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There have been reports since 2019 that Phase 4 of the MCU – the films following the Avengers Infinity saga – would star a trans character.

16 years in prison for burning the gay pride flag.

However, if you watch the clip below, it says the dude actually got 17 years for, again, burning the gay pride flag.

If this isn’t absolutely insane, then what is? You’re telling me some people still question whether Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, but a guy can get nearly two decades behind bars for this?

WATCH:

Left-wing members of the New Jersey legislature are trying to force a bill into law in Trenton that would force the state’s schools to teach “gay” history.

The new bill approved by the state Assembly on Monday would require middle schools and high schools to teach about the “historical contributions” of gay, queers, lesbians, and people of other proclaimed sexualities.

If New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signs the bill, New Jersey’s schools will have to make the changes to curriculum by the 2020-21 school year.

For some odd reason, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) keeps rising in the polls.

Maybe its the promise of free stuff?

While she’s at it, might as well add in some reparations for gays.

Her tweet:

It wasn’t until marriage equality became law that gay & lesbian couples could jointly file tax returns—so they paid more in taxes. Our government owes them more than $50M for the years our discriminatory tax code left them out. We must right these wrongs.

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President Trump Criticizes Democrats After What He Called A ‘Crazy, Chaotic’ Debate

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Tuesday evening’s Democratic presidential debate was an absolute dumpster fire, a complete clown show of totally epic proportions, a fact that even many Democrats and Democratic voters recognize. The whole event might as well have been a political advertisement for President Trump’s reelection campaign because the only winner to come out of the evening was definitely the current commander-in-chief. President Trump weighed in on the whole fiasco, calling the debate “crazy, chaotic,” two descriptors that fit the evening perfectly. Here’s more from the Washington Examiner: Trump sounded off on Tuesday’s debate, hosted by CBS News, on Wednesday morning in a pair of tweets upon returning to Washington, D.C., after visiting India. “Crazy, chaotic Democrat Debate last night. Fake News said Biden did well, even though he said half of our population was shot to death. Would be OVER for most,” Trump said. “Mini Mike was weak and unsteady, but helped greatly by his many commercials (which are not supposed to be allowed during a debate).” “Pocahontas was mean, & undisciplined, mostly aiming at Crazy Bernie and Mini Mike. They don’t know how to handle her, but I know she is a ‘chocker,'” Trump added. “Steyer was a disaster who, along with Mini, are setting records in $’s per vote. Just give me an opponent!” https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1232657640515342336 Tuesday’s debate was the 10th of the 2020 Democratic primary and featured seven candidates: Sens. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts; former Mayors Michael Bloomberg of New York City and Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana; former Vice President Joe Biden; and billionaire Tom Steyer. After the debate was over, lots of folks had harsh words for the debate moderators, even more so than the actual candidates, for not keeping control of the situation and allowing it transform…

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Schumer Calls Trump Budget Demand To Fight Coronavirus Inadequate, Requests $8.5B

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Senate Democrats don’t feel that President Trump’s $2.5 billion budget request to help fight against the spread of the coronavirus, instead seeking to pull in $8.5 billion. According to a top aide, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer “is preparing a detailed Senate request” to ask Congress for the money. Check out more from The Washington Examiner: “Expect Schumer’s request to be finalized this morning and sent to appropriators,” the aide said. Democrats on Tuesday dismissed the Trump administration’s $2.5 billion emergency funding request as far too low to prepare the nation to combat the virus in an adequate manner, given its spread in several countries. Democrats point out Congress appropriated $7 billion to battle the spread of the H1N1 virus 11 years ago. Congress is preparing to take up the supplemental spending measure soon, but the final number will have to be negotiated between Democrats and Republicans in both chambers. The House, which is currently run by Democrats, hasn’t yet proposed a spending number, but will take up the legislation first as usual. Republicans in the Senate actually agreed with their Democrat counterparts, stating the figure proposed by President Trump might be a bit too low. Regardless of where you stand on spending for this, the bottom line is that the coronavirus is pretty scary stuff and nations around the world need to be taking proper precautions to ensure the spread of this virus is contained until a vaccine and treatment can be created to prevent it from being a worldwide pandemic. The disease’s death toll has risen substantially since the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, and if we want to avoid seeing those kind of numbers here on American soil, it’s going to cost a pretty penny to put all the safety measures in place.

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