Secretary of the Army Nominee Eric Fanning to Headline Gay Gala
Eric Fanning will speak at gay “gala” sponsored by USAA…
The man nominated to be the next Secretary of the Army is now scheduled to keynote a gay “gala” for the homosexual-activist American Military Partner Association [emphasis added]:
“We are absolutely thrilled to have Eric Fanning keynote our 3rd Annual AMPA National Gala,” said AMPA President Ashley Broadway-Mack. “As an openly gay man who continues to break down barriers within our Armed Forces, Mr. Fanning truly leads by example and inspires our military families. We are looking forward to an incredible evening with him as we celebrate and honor our modern military families…”
That would be the same Ashley Broadway who protested not being included in a spouse group she didn’t even want to be in, and who awkwardly claimed to be a “devout” Christian — while apparently content to be unrepentant. And by “modern” families, she means homosexuals.
The nominee, Eric Fanning, was temporarily the Acting Secretary of the Army, until he was accused of violating the Vacancies Act for filling the position he was nominated for. He stepped down, but his nomination has been on hold by Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS) over issues of Guantanamo Bay.
As noted previously, the AMPA has used uniformed US troops in attempts to influence legislation — something frowned upon both by US code and military policy. Despite its status as a non-federal entity, ranking members of the DoD have essentially endorsed the group — an act generally viewed as contradicting government ethics regulations.
And yet no one seems to care.
By contrast, have a uniformed soldier stand up in front of a group and say something positive about religious faith, and it’s as if a coup d’état was in progress.
It’s almost as if everything is OK if the group in question advocates for same-gender sex — but not if the group advocates for religious faith.
It’s notable, too, that in this age in which homosexuality is supposed to be a “non-event”, homosexual groups continue to publicly celebrate their sexual behavior — even to the tune of vaunting their $150-a-plate dinners as in this gay “gala”.
Do you think, say, the Secretary of the Air Force would speak to a group of military families who had no other commonality than the fact the men had sex with women and not with each other? Maybe Chick-fil-A would cater.