President Barack Obama is poised to honor "gay rights" in a huge way, and it looks like taxpayers might have to help pay for it.
According to The Washington Post, the White House will soon declare America's first national monument to the LGBT "liberation movement."
Operated by the National Park Service, the monument will be placed in New York's Greenwich Village, long regarded as a gay culture hub for its role in a 1969 riot after police raided Stonewall Inn, known for being a homosexual establishment.
Democratic New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler proclaimed, “The LGBT civil rights movement launched at Stonewall is woven into American history, and it is time our National Park system reflected that reality.”
Interior Department spokeswoman Amanda Degroff said that the president “has made clear that he’s committed to ensuring our national parks, monuments and public lands help Americans better understand the places and stories that make this nation great.”
According to the Gill Foundation, which helped identify Stonewall Inn as a site for a gay monument, there are other places that might qualify for National Park Service status as well when it comes to honoring the LGBT movement.
More details of the Stonewall Inn monument have not yet been released.
This looks like another part of the plan to fundamentally change America's values.