Homosexualist billionaire Peter Thiel’s influence grows in Washington as Trump names him for his transition team
By Julio Severo
Donald Trump announced Friday the appointment of PayPal founder Peter Thiel as one of 16 leaders of his Presidential Transition Team Executive Committee.
“The mission of our team will be clear: put together the most highly qualified group of successful leaders who will be able to implement our change agenda in Washington,” Trump said in a statement.
Thiel’s appointment for a major government role is a sign of the influence the homosexualist billionaire will have in shaping the new administration. He will also help choose the leaders for the Trump administration
Why did Trump choose a notorious anti-Christian homosexualist? To lead the conservative movement to fall into a trap? In 2011, I was victim of Thiel’s abusive power favoring the homosexual movement. You can watch this Catholic video (https://youtu.be/fSSjmMwQNn4) and this evangelical video (https://youtu.be/oZ8fzSkiB5A) on my case.
Probably, Trump thought only in financial terms. The co-founder of PayPal and board member of Facebook, Thiel had contributed $1.25 million to the Trump campaign.
The week prior to Election Day, Thiel defended his decision to support Trump. Although the president-elect had, by the advice of evangelical leaders, taken positions against the gay agenda over the course of his presidential campaign, Thiel insisted Trump would be “expansive” on LGBT rights.
Thiel has been a successful open homosexualist within the Republican Party. Months ago, he became the first speaker at the Republican National Convention to publicly tell the audience he’s “proud to be gay.” He was able to break a powerful barrier for the homosexual activism within the Republican Party at a time conservatives want the Republican Party to fight the gay agenda.
When he said that he was proud to be a homosexual and a Republican, he got a standing ovation, after adding: “Who cares what bathrooms people use?”
Liberal-minded Republicans could be saying to themselves: “Who cares about billionaire homosexual Thiel affirming his pride on homosexuality among us while he uses his fortune for our political cause?”
Conservative-minded Republicans asked other questions. Peter LaBarbera, founder and director of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (www.AFTAH.org), asked in his Twitter account, “How many open adulterers have addressed a GOP convention? Homosexualism is just a different sexual sin.”
As a conservative evangelical, I also ask questions. Can Thiel, the PayPal founder, restore my account? Can he apologize and declare that he yielded to homosexual activists who were harassing and persecuting me?
In 2011, PayPal closed my account definitively, after a campaign orchestrated by U.S. homosexualist group AllOut. To me, PayPal explained that I am ineligible to receive donations from my friends and readers because “you are not a registered non-profit organization.” To AllOut, PayPal explained that it closed my account because “We take very seriously any cases where a user has incited hatred, violence or intolerance because of a person’s sexual orientation.”
In a listing of the top ten anti-Christian acts in 2011, the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission ranked the gay pressure on PayPal as fourth top anti-Christian act, as reported by Charisma magazine.
Peter Thiel has supported gay rights causes such as the American Foundation for Equal Rights and GOProud. In 2010, he held Homocon 2010 for GOProud. In 2012, he donated $10,000 to Minnesotans United for All Families, in order to fight legislative efforts by conservative Christians who wanted to ban homosexual “marriage” in Minnesota.
Thiel believes in Libertarianism, whose followers traditionally believe in freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
A true libertarian would never have terminated my PayPal account when I was a victim of bullying from AllOut. But Thiel’s anti-Christian act against me and my family (my account was used to receive donations from my friends to support us) is explained by what he wrote in a 2009 essay for the Cato Institute. He said: “I no longer believe that freedom and democracy are compatible.”
The hard way, I understood that he practices what he believes and says.
Thiel, who supports homosexual “marriage,” was one of the original backers of Facebook (a move that made him a billionaire) and is still one of its board members.
He is also a co-founder of Palantir, a company long associated with doing data analysis for U.S. intelligence and surveillance agencies.
He supports the legalization of marijuana, something which Republicans have long opposed.
Thiel’s decision to endorse Trump, even though liberal Democrat John F. Kennedy is his favorite President, shows that he seems as an unpredictable Republican as Trump.
Clearly there is far more to Thiel’s motives. Because he is a capitalist worth nearly $3 billion, he seems to believe that Trump will manage the economy well. His capitalist ambitions seem to be a little above his homosexual militancy.
Yet, definitely his capitalist power has been at the service of his homosexual militancy. PayPal vowed to discontinue the expansion of its services in North Carolina after its governor passed a law to protect women and children against homosexual predators by not allowing biological men to use women’s restrooms and locker rooms.
The presence of homosexual billionaire and bully Peter Thiel as a leader at Trump’s Presidential Transition Team Executive Committee seems to have been calculated to weaken conservative values within a Trump administration.
The Associated Press reported last October that “Donald Trump says he would be a better president for gays than Clinton.” Thiel insisted Trump will be “expansive” on LGBT rights. Is Thiel a part of this “expansive” strategy?
With information from Washington Blade, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, CNN and DailyMail.
Portuguese version of this article: Influência do bilionário homossexualista Peter Thiel cresce no governo dos EUA com Trump nomeando-o para sua equipe de transição
Source: Last Days Watchman
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