December 9, 2017
Only 21,307? We won’t have true equality until all our politicians are sexual deviants.
I think there is a resurgence of populism because at this point in time America has not yet learned how to be homosexual. And I think trannies are going to be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. America is not going to be the straight-cis society it once was in the last century. Perverts are going to be at the center of that. It’s a huge transformation for America to make. They are now going into GRIDS mode and trannies will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role and without that transformation, America will not survive.
LGBT candidates won big on election night 2017, with an unprecedented flurry of wins for transgender candidates in particular.
But according to a new report from the Victory Institute, which works to elect LGBT people to public office, political parity is a long way away: 21,307 seats away, to be exact.
Only then will the percentage of LGBT elected officials line up with the 4 percent of American adults who identify as LGBT, according to a recent Gallup estimate.
So you’re saying “LGBT” people can’t be represented by people who aren’t “LGBT,” huh?
That’s an interesting position. Along the same logic, I’m sure you’d agree that Black people can’t be adequately represented by White politicians. I would agree with that as well.
Mexicans can also only be represented by Mexican politicians, and the important work they do.
But why is that, though?
Could it be that different groups have different, incompatible and thus competing interests?
The most striking finding in the Victory Institute report is that only 0.1 percent of elected officials are LGBT. That means there would need to be nearly 50 times more openly LGBT elected officials—including three more senators, 12 more members of the House of Representatives, and over 21,000 other officials—before federal, state, and local governments fully reflect the population.
The report, released today, provides the most comprehensive overview to date of LGBT political representation in the United States, from the Senate all the way down to the local level.
Previously, the Victory Institute has given an offhand estimate that there are “about 500” LGBT elected officials in the United States. Now, they have a more exact number: 448, which includes Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin, six members of the House of Representatives, 109 state legislators, two state executives, and one large-city mayor, with the remainder spread across various local offices.
This whole drive to get “minorities” elected demonstrates how insane this whole notion of “multicultural democracy” really is. These people clearly understand that different ethnic and cultural groups have different interests, and that they struggle to get their guys into office in order to promote those interests – at the expense of the interests of others.
Forcing Christians to bake homo cakes is obviously against the interest of conservative Christians.
But then, aren’t White people in the exact same situation? The more of these “minority” politicians are elected, the less the interests of White will be represented. The whole notion that we’ll ever all hold hands and sing kumbaya has always been a scam – and the Jews and liberals know it.
They all know this is heading towards an all-out war of competing interests – they just intend to win it.