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May 15, 2012

Obama: America’s First Gay President

Filed under: Uncategorized — frankaquila @ 2:40 am

 

                                                        Obama: the first gay president

 

Newsweek has headlined President Obama as the “first gay president” after his support for gay marriage.  The headline may very well be an understatement to the truth of Obama’s past, including his own alleged homosexual affair.

 

OnJune 18, 2008, Larry Sinclair, a registered Minnesota Democrat, claimed he and Obama had been involved in homosexual acts and used cocaine together in a limousine and hotel room in 1999.   He elaborated on his allegations in a 2 1/2-hour press conference at the National Press Club, even though the media ignored the story and did not fully investigate or report the threats to or intimidation of Larry Sinclair by the Obama campaign.  He provided details of the alleged homosexual encounter between himself and Obama while using cocaine.  (Obama did admit his past use of cocaine in his book.)  Sinclair elaborated on two separate encounters between himself and Obama between November 3 andNovember 8, 1999inGurnee,Illinois.  Both Obama and Sinclair are documented to have been in the Chicago area during that time, as Obama was absent from the Illinois Senate on November 4, 1999 and had, in fact, been in Chicago on November 8, 1999 for a speaking engagement.  Sinclair further pointed out that Obama would not provide his cell phone number and telephone records during the alleged time period and actually provided the Chicago Police Department with an affidavit regarding Donald Young, who was a gay choir director at Obama’sTrinityChurch.

 

Young was an openly gay man, who was shot and killed in hisChicagohome onDecember 3, 2007just as Obama was running for president.  Two other openly gay men, Larry Bland and Nate Spencer, who also attended Trinity, also conveniently died within 60 days of each other – Bland onNovember 17, 2007, and Spencer onDecember 24, 2007.  Quite curiously, neither Obama nor his campaign said anything regarding the murders, since Norma Jean Young, Donald Young’s mother, revealed that Obama and Donald were “close friends.”  Nor was there ever any questioning of Obama or his staffers by the Chicago Police, which is Norma Young’s employer.  Ms. Young stated, “There is more to the story,” adding, “I do believe they are shielding somebody or protecting someone.”  While Obama may not have had any association with these murders, any other individual who had been publicly accused of being a closet homosexual during a time when gay men from his church were murdered, would have at least caused the police to respond with some manner of questioning.  An investigation would have at least been launched with questioning to gain any and all knowledge, especially when there is a motive involved, such as Senator Obama’s desire to be president. 

 

One month later, Sinclair went public about his own relationship with Obama.  As a result, Sinclair received several death threats just before hisJune 18, 2008statement to the National Press Club.  After the press conference, Sinclair was arrested on a felony warrant fromDelaware, which was issued by then-vice-presidential candidate Senator Biden’s son, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden.  Interestingly, theDelawarecharges against Sinclair were later dropped. 

 

While I am uncertain of actual facts of Sinclair’s story, he was correct about the actual facts that three gay men from Obama’s church were murdered.  Neither Senator Obama nor his staff were questioned or willingly provided any statements about the murders.  Murder is a fact one cannot ignore, and it does raise an eyebrow of curiosity and suspicion.

 

Americastill does not know about Obama’s past including his past relationships.  DoesAmericaknow about Obama’s relationship as a young teen with Frank Marshall Davis, who was an admitted communist.Davismentored Obama during their “social conferences” as Obama admitted in his book.  DoesAmericaknow that Obama’s mentor was a pedophile?   According to Toby Herndon, writing for the UK Telegraph onAugust 24, 2008,Daviswrote a pornographic book, “Sex Rebel,” under the assumed name “Bob Greene,” in which he revealed that he and his wife engaged in a sexual “relationship” with a 13-year-old girl named Anne for the purpose of “educating her.”  He had the audacity to justify his actions, stating he and his wife were seduced by the young girl, and it was the girl who seduced him into sex with her. Daviswrote, “I’m not one to go in for Lolitas.  Usually I’d rather not bed a babe under 20.  But there are exceptions.  I didn’t want to disappoint the trusting child.  At her still-impressionistic age, a rejection might be traumatic, could even cripple her sexually for life”!

 

We are left to wonder what kind of impressionDavisleft on Obama and whyAmericadoes not know about this about our president or how he has now become shamefullyAmerica’s “first gay president.”

 

Frank Aquila is a Mantecaresident and president of the South San Joaquin Republicans and author of the book “Sarah Palin Out of Nowhere”  He can be emailed at mantecarepublicans@yahoo.com

Obama: America’s First Gay President

Filed under: Uncategorized — frankaquila @ 2:36 am

 

 

 

                                                        Obama: the first gay president

 

Newsweek has headlined President Obama as the “first gay president” after his support for gay marriage.  The headline may very well be an understatement to the truth of Obama’s past, including his own alleged homosexual affair.

 

On June 18, 2008, Larry Sinclair, a registered Minnesota Democrat, claimed he and Obama had been involved in homosexual acts and used cocaine together in a limousine and hotel room in 1999.   He elaborated on his allegations in a 2 1/2-hour press conference at the National Press Club, even though the media ignored the story and did not fully investigate or report the threats to or intimidation of Larry Sinclair by the Obama campaign.  He provided details of the alleged homosexual encounter between himself and Obama while using cocaine.  (Obama did admit his past use of cocaine in his book.)  Sinclair elaborated on two separate encounters between himself and Obama between November 3 and November 8, 1999 in Gurnee, Illinois.  Both Obama and Sinclair are documented to have been in the Chicago area during that time, as Obama was absent from the Illinois Senate on November 4, 1999 and had, in fact, been in Chicago on November 8, 1999 for a speaking engagement.  Sinclair further pointed out that Obama would not provide his cell phone number and telephone records during the alleged time period and actually provided the Chicago Police Department with an affidavit regarding Donald Young, who was a gay choir director at Obama’s Trinity Church.

 

Young was an openly gay man, who was shot and killed in his Chicago home on December 3, 2007 just as Obama was running for president.  Two other openly gay men, Larry Bland and Nate Spencer, who also attended Trinity, also conveniently died within 60 days of each other – Bland on November 17, 2007, and Spencer on December 24, 2007.  Quite curiously, neither Obama nor his campaign said anything regarding the murders, since Norma Jean Young, Donald Young’s mother, revealed that Obama and Donald were “close friends.”  Nor was there ever any questioning of Obama or his staffers by the Chicago Police, which is Norma Young’s employer.  Ms. Young stated, “There is more to the story,” adding, “I do believe they are shielding somebody or protecting someone.”  While Obama may not have had any association with these murders, any other individual who had been publicly accused of being a closet homosexual during a time when gay men from his church were murdered, would have at least caused the police to respond with some manner of questioning.  An investigation would have at least been launched with questioning to gain any and all knowledge, especially when there is a motive involved, such as Senator Obama’s desire to be president. 

 

One month later, Sinclair went public about his own relationship with Obama.  As a result, Sinclair received several death threats just before his June 18, 2008 statement to the National Press Club.  After the press conference, Sinclair was arrested on a felony warrant from Delaware, which was issued by then-vice-presidential candidate Senator Biden’s son, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden.  Interestingly, the Delaware charges against Sinclair were later dropped. 

 

While I am uncertain of actual facts of Sinclair’s story, he was correct about the actual facts that three gay men from Obama’s church were murdered.  Neither Senator Obama nor his staff were questioned or willingly provided any statements about the murders.  Murder is a fact one cannot ignore, and it does raise an eyebrow of curiosity and suspicion.

 

America still does not know about Obama’s past including his past relationships.  Does America know about Obama’s relationship as a young teen with Frank Marshall Davis, who was an admitted communist. Davis mentored Obama during their “social conferences” as Obama admitted in his book.  Does America know that Obama’s mentor was a pedophile?   According to Toby Herndon, writing for the UK Telegraph on August 24, 2008, Davis wrote a pornographic book, “Sex Rebel,” under the assumed name “Bob Greene,” in which he revealed that he and his wife engaged in a sexual “relationship” with a 13-year-old girl named Anne for the purpose of “educating her.”  He had the audacity to justify his actions, stating he and his wife were seduced by the young girl, and it was the girl who seduced him into sex with her.  Davis wrote, “I’m not one to go in for Lolitas.  Usually I’d rather not bed a babe under 20.  But there are exceptions.  I didn’t want to disappoint the trusting child.  At her still-impressionistic age, a rejection might be traumatic, could even cripple her sexually for life”!

 

We are left to wonder what kind of impression Davis left on Obama and why America does not know about this about our president or how he has now become shamefully America’s “first gay president.”

 

Frank Aquila is a Manteca resident and president of the South San Joaquin Republicans and author of the book “Sarah Palin Out of Nowhere”  He can be emailed at mantecarepublicans@yahoo.com

 

 

 

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