The San Francisco gay men’s chorus, most known for their recent tune about vaccinations, released their newest song about how members of the LGBT community are targeting children for conditioning.
The song, entitled “A Message from the Gay Community,” was posted to their YouTube channel but has since been made private.
“We’ll convert your children, happens bit by bit, quietly and subtly, and you will barely notice it…”
“we’re coming for them, we’re coming for your children. We’re coming for them… The gay agenda is coming home, the gay agenda is here!”
The original YouTube video garnered 114 likes and 7,200 dislikes before being made private on the account.
“You think that we’ll corrupt your kids if our agenda goes unchecked. Funny, just this once, you’re correct,” the lead singer brags in the song.
The song was written by Rosser and Sohne. Last year the duo apologized for writing music accused of endorsing Afghan child sex abuse.
After the video caught the attention of tens of thousands of users on Twitter, many internet sleuths began to research the members of the chorus.
Many Twitter users claimed that the likelihood of some members being convicted of a child sex offense is high, given the data showing the ratio of heterosexual to homosexual pedophiles is calculated to be approximately 11:1.
A purported list of offenders shows many of the names match members of the chorus, but there is no definitive evidence any of these are the same people as the members of the chorus.
Users also claim that many of the names listed on the SFGMC website are likely aliases.
One image from an offender registry shows a man named ‘David Eugene Wallace.’ Internet users claim that he is the same man listed as part of ‘tenor 2’ in the chorus. They provide no evidence aside from the name match and compared images that look strikingly similar.
In 2018, the Boston Review outlined a list of demands from Boston’s Gay Men’s Liberation group, one of the most significant Gay Liberation groups formed after the 1969 Stonewall riots.
In 1972 the group drove to Miami to hand out a ten-point list of demands at the Democratic National Convention.
Some of those demands included abolishing the police and preventing discrimination based on sexual identity. Demand number six, however, is likely to strike even many of today’s liberals as bizarre:
“Rearing children should be the common responsibility of the whole community. Any legal rights parents have over ‘their’ children should be dissolved and each child should be free to choose its own destiny. Free twenty-four-hour child care centers should be established where faggots and lesbians can share the responsibility of child-rearing.”
This demand, as well as the demand to abolish the police, are similar demands to what was highlighted on the Black Lives Matter website by many last summer.
The organization’s website once said:
‘We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”
This section on the BLM website has since been taken down.
A book written in 1990 called ‘Life After the Ball’ outlined the agenda playing out today, and how America will “conquer its fear and hatred of gays.” The book suggests that the LGBTQ community must transform themselves into an ‘oppressed victim class’ in order to coerce the ‘straights’ into protecting them.
The book also talks about how the push for representation in TV and media is one of the most important steps in fulfilling their goals. The writer claimed that ‘straights’ are natural protectors and will eventually conform.
Today this plan appears to be going swimmingly.
Support for same-sex marriage in the U.S. has reached an all-time high of 70%, according to a poll released by Gallup.
The rise in support stems largely from a surge in support from Republicans, who for the first time approve of same-sex marriage at 55%, according to Gallup.
In January, GLAAD released its annual “Where We Are on TV” report and found that things have been holding steady when it comes to the representation of LGBTQ characters on scripted series on broadcast networks. The group’s previous demands of representation have been met according to their annual report, and recently the group requested an increase to at least 25% representation in programming.
GLAAD was founded in 1985 and has tracked the presence of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) characters on television for more than 20 years.
According to their most recent report, among scripted characters on prime-time TV shows this season, more than 10% were LGBT—and a majority of those were women or people of color. Estimates of the percentage of Americans who identify as LGBT is only around 4%.
But GLAAD is not happy with this percentage, the group demanded last year that the TV industry more than double this number to 25% by 2025.
A tidal wave of gay representation has recently washed over children’s TV shows, with a 222 percent increase in LGBTQ characters and stories between 2017 and 2019 alone.