February 20, 2018
CPAC Blocks Pro-Family Group, But Allows “Gay” Group
Well, it has become increasingly evident that some “conservatives” are ignoring President Reagan’s three-legged stool and pushing social conservatives out the door. As Reagan said, and we all know, a three-legged stool cannot stand if one leg is missing. CPAC has just pushed a pro-family group and a Christian reporter out the door.
CPAC ‘s annual convention is February 21-24. The organizers had approved the application of the pro-family organization Mass Resistance to have a display table, but rescinded that offer ten days later. We’ve just heard today that they will not extend media credentials to Cliff Kinkaid with Accuracy in Media.
In the past CPAC has allowed libertarian groups, atheists groups and groups that seek to have recreational marijuana legalized across the nation have display tables. For the past two years, and again this year, they have allowed the Log Cabin Republicans to have a table. Just who are the Log Cabin Republicans? Well, they are a group of “conservative” homosexuals who identify as Republican and support “marriage equality” (same-sex marriage), homosexuals and transgenders in the military, allowing homosexuals to donate blood, a “broad, inclusive definition of family,” the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) which forces businesses to hire homosexuals and transgenders . . . you get the idea! Oh, and they oppose the pro-family 2016 Republican Platform! Why are they called Log Cabin Republicans? Well, the Log Cabin represents Abraham Lincoln, whom homosexual revisionist historians claim was “gay.”
1.) Contact Dan Schneider, the American Conservative Union’s (ACU) Executive Director, at 202-347-9388 and express your concerns that they are ignoring the third leg of Reagan’s three-legged stool by turning away strong pro-family groups like Mass Resistance and a Christian reporter from their convention. (The ACU “fathered “CPAC.)
2.) Contact the White House and ask the President and Vice President not to speak at CPAC. Vice President Pence is scheduled to speak at 10:35 a.m. on Thursday, February 22nd and President Trump is scheduled at 10:05 a.m. on Friday, February 23rd.