The Trump Humanitarian Move NOBODY is Talking About

The liberal media has been after President Trump’s character for years. They’ve called him a racist, a bigot, you name it.

But one thing they NEVER seem to talk about is the good Trump is doing as president… and we’re not just talking about tax cuts here. 

As first reported by The Daily Caller, the Trump administration is launching an effort to decriminalize homosexuality around the world.

That’s right – a global humanitarian project that will save the lives of MILLIONS.

Led by U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, the team is reportedly launching a campaign in Berlin and will be sponsoring a handful of European LGBT activists to remove laws in countries where it is still illegal to be gay. The campaign will also take place in the Middle East, Africa and parts of the Caribbean.



A U.S. official noted, “It is concerning that, in the 21st century, some 70 countries continue to have laws that criminalize LGBTI status or conduct.”

And that’s a huge reason Grenell took the lead on this project just as a man in Iran was recently hung due to his homosexuality.

Grenell who is politician and is openly gay stated, “Politicians, the U.N., democratic governments, diplomats, and good people everywhere should speak up – and loudly… Barbaric public executions are all too common in a country where consensual homosexual relationships are criminalized and punishable by flogging and death.”

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According to the report, the Trump administration will be working with the United Nations as well as other international organizations for their efforts. 

This is good timing for Grenell too who is reportedly being considered for UN ambassador after former State Dept. spokeswoman Heather Nauet dropped out of the running.

Ironically, you won’t find a story like this in the mainstream news, especially when you have organizations accusing the Trump administration of engaging in hate crimes against gay people, and potential presidential candidates like Bernie Sanders calling the president “a homophobe.”

But as this campaign gets off the ground, we’ll be sure to keep a close eye on this matter.

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