Obama’s LGBT Agenda Confirmed With Latest Appointee
In the latest move to further his mission to fundamentally change America, President Obama has appointed an 82-year-old man who calls himself “Barbara” to serve on a council that grants funding to religious organizations for social programs.
Barbara Satin will now serve on the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based Partnerships with faith leaders from various religious backgrounds, including Evangelical, Hebrew, Catholic, Protestants, Eastern Orthodox, Buddhist, and Church of Latter-Day Saints.
Satin, was a married man with three children before,“I came to understand that her transgender identity was how God had made her and a blessing in her life. As a way to more fully explore her identity, she moved out of the family home to live full-time as Barbara.”
Satin is active in homosexual and transgender advocacy groups, and is the Assistant Faith Work Director for the National LGBTQ Task Force, which fits with the Obama administration’s push to make recognition of transgenders as a protected class, equating them with blacks, women and the disabled.
The new appointee is a long-time member of the United Church of Christ (UCC), the same denomination as Jeremiah Wright’s church in Chicago where Obama attended as a member for 20 years. The UCC has traditionally been supportive of liberal issues such as LGBT and abortion.
The move comes just days after Obama issued a decree in the form of a letter instructing all public schools to immediately institute a policy to allow transgender students access to bathrooms, locker rooms and shower rooms according to their perception of their gender identity rather than their biological sex.
Not everyone is in favor of the change Obama is demanding that sweeps away millennia of social conventions in all societies and civilizations.
Peter LaBarbera, head of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, said the president’s continual promotion of the LGBT agenda amounts to a “war on normal for the last eight years.”
Critics charge that injecting the issue of transgenderism into what was designed to promote religious freedom subverts the mission of the Council, but fits the Obama agenda.