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LGBT activists accidentally project pro-life message onto Trump hotel

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Thu Dec 21, 2017 - 4:00 pm EST
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"Fetus" is the Latin word for "offspring." Twitter

WASHINGTON, D.C., December 21, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Following reports that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) instructed staff to avoid using seven words in budgetary requests, a radical LGBT group projected those words onto Trump International Hotel in the nation’s capital.

The CDC denied “banning” the seven words – which included “fetus” and “transgender” – but nevertheless a number of left-leaning groups and media outlets sounded the alarm about it. The alleged list also included politically correct buzzwords and phrases like “evidence-based” and “diversity.”

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), one of the most well-funded LGBT advocacy groups in the U.S., partnered with multimedia artist Robin Bell to project the words on the massive D.C. Trump hotel and then onto HRC’s D.C. headquarters.

In addition to being very far to the left on homosexuality and same-sex “marriage,” the HRC advertises its support of abortion.

Ironically, the pro-abortion activists projected the message “we will not be erased” along with the word “fetus” onto the Trump hotel, apparently oblivious to the fact that abortion “erases” tiny human beings (fetuses) during their first nine months of existence.  

It is also ironic that the HRC was projecting the word “diversity” onto the Trump hotel given the organization’s internal problems of being a “white men’s club.”


  abortion, cdc, cdc banned words, human rights campaign, trump

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