Gays for Trump announced a rally and march in Washington, D.C. this weekend and we will not be there. The gathering will begin on the mall at the Washington Monument with participants then marching to the White House.
Of course, organizers created a GoFundMe for the event planned for Saturday, March 4.
On January 20th, 2017, President Trump outlined a clear vision for the nation: America first. When was the last time you heard anyone in Washington, D.C., say that, let alone a President? It’s inspiring, and after countless years of lies, wars, scandals, soaring debt, and declining esteem, it couldn’t come at a better time. That’s not to say that it will be easy, unfortunately. In fact, it’s going to be difficult and time-consuming to recorrect such a fundamentally altered course.
In our dreams, poppers will be handed out on the parade route and a drag queen version of Trump will address the crowd. They actually already have some talent in mind. Joy Villa will be there to give remarks because she literally has nothing better to do.
Name doesn’t ring a bell? She was the singer who wore a pro-Trump dress on the red carpet at the Grammys. She will also will be bringing her gay lackey, the fame hungry designer who fashioned the dress. The money raised for the rally and march is to pay for the expenses associated with their travel and accommodations. Because Trump supporters do not fly Spirit and rooms at Trump’s hotel are full of Russians.
The rally will be at noon in the shadow of the Washington monument. We hope they don’t miss the opportunity to make lots of dick jokes in front of the giant phallus. Marchers will then proceed one mile north to the White House at approximately 2:00 pm.
“March4Trump” rallies will take place in other cities, including Las Vegas, Raleigh, Virginia Beach, Berkley and New York City.
Information for Saturday’s rally reads, “This is a peaceful assembly. Please do not impede traffic, litter, vandalize, or do anything else illegal and unbefitting. Act worthy of yourselves. Hope to see you there. As President Trump said, ‘This moment is your moment, it belongs to you.’ ”