by John Craig
Just Not Said
When I first heard a few days ago that Obama might be gay, my initial reaction was, that’s ridiculous. He’s married, has two kids, and he’s never set off my gaydar. I had read a few years ago about Larry Sinclair’s claims of having given Obama oral sex in the back of a limousine when Obama was a state senator. But at the time I just figured that any famous person is bound to attract a few loonies who will say anything to get publicity.
But after I read the article linked two posts ago (and directly below), I started reading more about Obama’s gayness, and after a while, it just made too much sense not to be true.
In his article in WND.com, Jerome Corsi, a Harvard Ph.D. in political science, said that Obama (along with Rahm Emanuel) was a lifetime member of Man’s Country, a gay bathhouse in Chicago. Obama was evidently well known there and many of the older clientele remembered him:
Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen, who worked with the National Security Agency from 1984 to 1988 as a Navy intelligence analyst, confirmed DuJan’s claims.
“It is common knowledge in the Chicago gay community that Obama actively visited the gay bars and bathhouses in Chicago while he was an Illinois state senator,” Madsen told WND.
Obama’s reputation in gay circles, by the way, was that he liked to receive oral sex but not to give it, which squares with what Larry Sinclair had said about him. (It’s his “signature.” And receiving blow jobs but not giving them would be consistent with Obama’s narcissistic personality.)
As a member of the Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s Trinity Baptist Church, Obama was known to have a “close friendship” with Donald Young, the openly gay choir director of the church. Young was murdered execution-style on December 23, 2007, just as Obama began his climb toward the Presidency. Another gay member of the church, Larry Bland, had also been killed execution-style a month earlier. Both cases remain unsolved. Donald Young’s mother believes to this day that her son was killed in order to silence him before he spoke out about Obama.
Jerome Corsi is dismissed by the Left as a “Tea Party activist and conspiracy theorist.” But even if you regard Corsi and Madsen and Dujan with suspicion, what they say fits the larger picture of Obama’s life far better than any heterosexual narrative would. The circumstantial evidence — away from his public image as a family man — fits the homosexual narrative perfectly.
There is virtually no record of Obama having had any girlfriends before he married Michelle at age 28. He referred to two in his autobiography, but these were later revealed to be “composites.” Are we to believe that a healthy sports-oriented young black man had no record of having chased after girls during his youth? You’d think that after he’d first been elected as President, back when he was seen in such a messianic light, all sorts of women would have come forward claiming past flings. But none did.