[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On Wednesday, President Obama offered remarks celebrating LGBT pride month, a month-long celebration of homosexuality and other alternative sexualities.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]But Obama’s coddling of the homosexual community is not the craziest part of this story…
As he spoke, an accented voice rang out to heckle Obama for deportations that have occurred during his administration.
But someone actually upset that Obama has deported too many illegals is not even the craziest part of this story.
The president appeared in no mood to withstand the heckling and quickly replied, “Shame on you… Listen you’re in my house … it’s not respectful.”
And that’s the crazy part.
President Obama pushed-back against a heckler on Wednesday not by asserting the merits of his policies (of which there are, admittedly, few). Instead, he played the “my house, my rules” card.
However, the White House is not the president’s house. While the executive mansion does hold a residency, the White House belongs to the people.
Still, while the president cannot allow a heckler to hijack his speech, the 44th president could have shown some restraint in his remarks and made his point without laying claim to the White House that has been shuttered to the American public under this administration.
According to CNN, the protester was an illegal man who identifies as a woman, Jennicet Gutiérrez, a founder of FAMILIA TQLM, an organization dedicated to advocating for transgender illegals.
After denouncing the heckler, Obama turned back to his speech touting the advancement of a pro-homosexual agenda during his tenure as president, noting that when he took office, there were 2 states where same-sex marriage was legal. Now, there are 37.
Of course, while Obama touted this as an affirmation of righteous legislation, it should be noted that the majority of states have approved bans on same-sex marriage, but that such bans have been targeted and destroyed via aggressive tandems efforts by Obama’s Justice Department and judicial activism.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]