Conservative extremist and gay-obsessed Eugene Delgaudio is going after Paul Ryan in an ad (above) on the Drudge Report, warning that Ryan is “the homosexual lobby’s trojan horse” into the Republican Party.
Congressman Paul Ryan is considering running for Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
You see, Paul Ryan co-sponsored and voted for the dangerous Gay Bill of Special Rights (H.R. 3685) — a bill that will trample the Constitutional Rights of thousands of Americans.
Now, Ryan thinks he can hide from his past record of voting to throw conservatives under the bus as he runs for the most powerful position in the House.
The ‘Gay Bill of Special Rights’ to which Delgaudio refers is the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Delgaudio, who also represents the Sterling District on the Loudoun County, Virginia, Board of Supervisors. told The Daily Beast:
“We feel that ENDA will bring discrimination to Christians and other believers of traditional marriage at the workplace…Mr. Ryan’s vote for [ENDA],”he continued, back to the business at hand. “We think, is an indication that Mr. Ryan will continue this assault on Christian and traditional value believers.”
Delgaudio’s campaign is little more than a loony side show to advance his gay-hating campaigns. Last year, he warned that “wedding gown-clad men” were going to “terrorize daycare centers, hospitals, churches and private schools,” and people would soon “see men hand-in-hand skipping down to adoption centers to ‘pick out a little boy for themselves.” In 2013, Public Advocate of the United States was sued for stealing a New Jersey couple’s wedding photo for use in an anti-gay political mailing [pictured above]. Delgaudio was also censured by the Republican party for misuse of party funds.
Yesterday, we reported on Ryan’s chances and the demands he has set forth for Republicans as terms for his Speakership.
The decision to back Ryan by the House Freedom Caucus, a group of nearly 40 lawmakers that has risen in power and stature since its founding this year, came after the Ways and Means Committee chairman spent much of his day courting its support…
Ryan could still decide not to serve as speaker, and some conservative activists have engaged in a vigorous campaign to cast doubt on his record, which might give some members cold feet before votes are cast next week.
But the level of Freedom Caucus support represents the first thaw in the increasingly frosty relationship between tea party conservatives and establishment Republicans.