Mother’s Day: Obama praised ‘transgender’ moms, Trump celebrated ‘incredible women’ | News | LifeSite

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President Trump gives the commencement address at Liberty University on Mother’s Day weekend.

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May 15, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — President Trump celebrated Mother’s Day with a White House proclamation bereft of LGBTQ references in a departure from predecessor Barack Obama, who previously used the mom-honoring day to promote homosexuality and gender-confusion, including biological men claiming to be women.

“Today and every day, we honor the incredible women whose influence on the world is beyond measure. They brighten America’s future by shaping the character of each new generation,” states the Trump proclamation. “They lead us through our deepest lessons about perseverance and hard work, preparing us for life’s responsibilities.”

Compare that to Obama’s final Mother’s Day proclamation in 2016 in which he wrote: “Regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status, mothers have always moved our Nation forward and remained steadfast in their pursuit of a better and brighter future for their children.”

As LifeSiteNews reported at the time, Obama’s 2016 reference to “transgender” “mothers” was the “first-ever explicit reference to biological males acting as mothers in the history of the annual presidential message.”

WND.com Managing Editor David Kupelian, author of the book The Snapping of the American Mind, called the Obama statement “head-spinning LGBT madness.”

“With Obama, everything is political – employed to advance his perversely transformative agenda,” even Mother’s Day, Kupelian said.

 

 

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