Obama’s gay national monument
Congratulations, America – we now have our first homosexual national monument. While America and the world are all caught up in the drama that is Brexit, Obama has declared a gay bar in Greenwich Village, NYC, a national monument under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service.
Yep – tearing down our society one brick at a time.
The Stonewall Inn was a homosexual hangout in the ’60s. In 1969 police raided the joint, and riots ensued. From then on it has become known as the birthplace of the homosexual movement – as there was no LGBTQ back then. They were just cross-dressers and didn’t spend their time “questioning.”
So how can Obama just do this? What gives him the authority to just declare something a national monument? Well, nothing really. Technically, he has no authority – and you guessed it – I’m going to talk about the Constitution again, aren’t I? Why yes – yes, I am. After all, it is the rule book for America.
In 1906 Congress passed the Antiquities Act, which states that “the President of the United States is hereby authorized, in his discretion, to declare by public proclamation historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interest that are situated upon the lands owned or controlled by the Government of the United States. …”
Of course, this is crap because they seize state lands all the time, but hey – details, details.
The giant progressive Teddy Roosevelt was the first to establish a national monument. He so designated the Devil’s Tower in Wyoming. Since then, one president after another (16 of 19) has abused the unconstitutional authority bestowed on him by the legislative branch to declare “historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interest,” to be property of the United States government.