LGBTQ Political Catfight Ensues Between Christina Pushaw and Carlos Guillermo Smith

LGBTQ Political Catfight Ensues Between Christina Pushaw and Carlos Guillermo Smith

Javier Manjarres
Javier Manjarres
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June 2, 2022

The month of June is known to the Gay community around the world as "Pride Month" and it was only a matter of time before outspoken Progressive Florida Democrats like Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith (Florida's FIRST LGBTQ Latino legislator) became unhinged or triggered over something  Gov. Ron DeSantis's press secretary Christina Pushaw said to counter or question the narratives coming out of the militant-wing of the gay community.

Most heterosexual Americans or "Breeders" as many within the gay community refer to them, do not appear to know that Pride month even exists because it is mostly celebrated within gay-centric neighborhoods of larger U.S. cities.

Rep. Guillermo Smith, an openly-gay state lawmaker who is arguably the king or queen of all things gay in Florida, has championed LGBTQ politics, specifically the transgender debate in the state.

Smith, who is considered by some within the gay community as being a "Dolphin" and definitely not a "Bear" or "cub," was also at the tip of the spear in pushing the debunked "Don't Say Gay" narrative the media and LGBTQ activists used to label the Parental Rights in Education law, called Pushaw an "insufferable troll" after the outspoken spox tweeted her own definition of the LGBTQ acronym.

Carlos Guillermo Smith
Carlos Guillermo Smith

"LGB = people who are attracted to the same sex T = gender identity Q = literally anything… seems like mostly straight liberal women with masters degrees in zombie studies, in relationships with men, who want to score woke intersectionality points Why are these all together?" questioned Pushaw.

Pushaw then posted the cover of the gay magazine "The Advocate" where the publication promotes the relationship of a bisexual male actor and his female partner, stating, " Yes, this is a queer family."

"Example: “This is a queer family” it’s a man and a woman in a heterosexual relationship," added Pushaw.

But the feisty California transplant wasn't done there. Pushaw added another comment to her original quote, saying that the historical "same-sex" narrative pushing for equality is contradictory to what the current "woke ideology" that has gripped the U.S. calls for.

"And the idea of same-sex attraction (what LGB people have historically fought to legitimize in the eyes of society) does not make sense in the woke ideology that denies the material reality of binary sex," concluded Pushaw.

Smith contends that Gov. DeSantis is anti-gay because he has supported legislation against the teaching of sexual orientation to grammar school children, and uses Pushaw to do his anti-LGBTQ bidding.

Pushaw responded to Smith, asking him to "name one time" she had "mocked or disparaged gay or lesbian people."

With 28 days left in June, expect this catfight between Smith and Pushaw to continue.

 

Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres is a nationally renowned award-winning political journalist. Diverse New Media, Corp. publishes Floridianpress.com, Hispolitica.com, shark-tank.com, and Texaspolitics.com He enjoys traveling, playing soccer, mixed martial arts, weight-lifting, swimming, and biking. Javier is also a political consultant and has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics. Learn more at www.brownpeople.org Email him at [email protected]

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