The Salvation Army collects your pocket change outside of supermarkets to help feed the hungry and help the less fortunate this holiday season. So of course, leftists have to find something wrong with it. Because well, one does.
Apparently they’re anti-gay. No, seriously. A liberal blogger says so.
Supporting the Salvation Army this season, whether by tossing your change in their red kettles or donating your used goods to their resale shops, means assisting an aggressively anti-gay church in furthering its goals of discrimination. Would-be donors should consider whether “doing the most good” might mean supporting one of the many other effective and reputable charities that provide for the needy without engaging in anti-gay beliefs, policies, or political activities.
Here’s the thing, setting aside the fact that having a different opinion than leftists doesn’t make you the anti-gay hate-speech-breathing dragon that they claim you to be. The six examples the gave that prove anti-gay bias?
1. Two weren’t from this century.
2. Two weren’t from this country.
3. One is alleged (the author’s words, not ours).
4. There were no examples from the past two years.
5. The author admits the Salvation Army is changing it’s tone about LGBT, but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
And here we thought being banned from Target was dumb. Don’t get me wrong, that was really dumb too, but this here takes the “dumb” cake. I’d like to imagine that it’s a white cake. Just because, in my opinion, if there’s no chocolate in the cake, what are you doing? White cakes are nothing more than sweetened bread.
Which brings me to my next point; I hate cupcakes. No really, I can’t stand them. I don’t know why that’s seen as so sacrilegious, I don’t know when they become such a trend. All I know is that when I publicly declare my disdain for them, people look at me as though I have lobsters crawling out of my ears.
Back to my final point. Tip your Salvation Army bell-ringer extra this year. Not only will it go to a good cause, but you’ll really burn some leftist buns while you’re at it.
Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas!