If we listened to the opponents of President Donald J. Trump we would believe things that do not seem to represent the truth or the reality we live in. Since he was a candidate we have been told by the media-Democrat and activist alliance, that Trump is homophobic and hateful toward gay Americans.
Yet, Gay American voters don’t agree that they hated by Trump, according to a new poll. In fact, at least 45% of Gay voters say they like Trump, and he embraces that, according to a Trump Tweet from Sunday.
Great! https://t.co/qXmO6krjYs— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 20, 2020
According to the Newsweek report:
A recent survey of 1,200 queer men in the United States found that 45 percent planned on voting for Republican President Donald Trump. Comparatively, 51 percent said they would vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The poll’s results fall very close to recent national polling showing 50 percent of voters supporting Biden and 43 percent supporting Trump.
The poll, conducted by the queer men’s social app Hornet, actually asked 10,000 of its users worldwide about their preferred presidential candidate. But while 66 percent of worldwide users supported Biden and 34 percent supported Trump, the percentages among U.S. men were much closer.”
But left just can not understand how people with “non-traditional” sexuality would be able to support Trump.
This lie made me spit up my coffee this morning. I don’t know any LGBTQ people voting for Trump, and I know a lot of LGBTQ people. For Gods sake you’ll have to do better than this to drum up votes. Hilarious.— Swoosie (@CaSwoosie) September 20, 2020
However, it is not a surprise for Republicans to understand and embrace the idea.
That’s wonderful! Gay men want what we all want – they want to live and work in a safe community, and they want a safe community in which to raise their children. 🇺🇸— Pauladmimi (@Pauladmimi1) September 20, 2020
As with many demographics, since 2016 Trump’s approval has risen because of the quality of his first administration.
Exit polls from the 2016 presidential elections found that at least 75 percent of LGBTQ voters supported Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over Trump. A reported 14 percent favored Trump.
Soon after the 2016 election, NBC News interviewed some LGBTQ voters from that 14 percent contingent to find that most were more concerned about issues of gun rights, undocumented immigration, job creation and stopping Islamic radicals.
One of the most powerful people in the Trump administration is Richard Grenell the Acting Director of National Intelligence, who is very popular with Trump supporters for his defense of Trump.
Trump’s support from the Gay community may grow before November.