Christian activist: The ‘B’ in ‘LGBTQ’ stands for ‘bestiality’

Conservative commentator and religious right figure Star Parker has a theory about a well known acronym that encompasses a minority of people who exist in every community on earth.

During an appearance on the Vocal Point radio program this Monday, Parker discussed a recent article she wrote where she claimed that Gay Pride Month is actually a time set aside for “LGBTQ storm troopers” to hunt down their political enemies, “not much different from the infamous Kristallnacht in Nazi Germany, when Nazi brown shirts took to the streets to smash windows of shops owned by Jews.”

Parker then went on a rant about the “LGBTQ” acronym, which  stands for “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning.”

“They keep pushing out this idea, LGBTQ,” she said in an audio clip flagged by Right Wing Watch. “We did the ‘L’ and the ‘G,’ they legalized marriage for themselves. We’re doing the ‘T’ now—the trans—and this is a big, big challenge in our society right now. They did the ‘Q’ where they’re changing all the textbooks, even as low as kindergarten, to reflect that you don’t know what you are, you’re questioning.”

“But notice they skipped over the ‘B,’” she continued. “And there are some that say this ‘B’ is going to bombard us with real vileness in our society if they get what they want because it’s not about bisexuality, it’s about bestiality.”

When host Jerry Newcombe questioned her assertion, she clarified that the ‘B’ in the acronym is questionable.

“We do know that there is an agenda and we do know that there have been discussions about bestiality in their closed doors,” she said.

“I’m just saying don’t be surprised if we find out that that ‘B’ is not what they said publicly—that we just love each other—that it may, in law, show up as something else.”

Listen to the audio below, via Right Wing Watch:

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