Last week President Barack Obama sent a directive to all public schools in America to allow males who "self-identify" as females into girls restrooms, locker rooms, and sports teams. But the recent transgender staff appointment he made may point to his next target for pushing through the "LGBT rights" agenda.
During his administration, President George W. Bush established the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships to gives federal funds for social services that local churches supply. It was a federal acknowledgment that faith-based groups can serve people well, decreasing the need for social programs developed from the ground up by the government. Despite opposition from atheist groups, the partnership continues to supply grants.
But according to One News Now, Obama's appointment of a transgender man — who calls himself "Barbara Satin — to serve on the board of the faith-based partnership could be a move to put pressure on churches to accept the LGBT agenda.
Americans for Truth About Homosexuality leader Peter LaBerbera — one of numerous critics of the appointment who believe Obama is using it to gain influence over churches — told One News Now, "Obama is obsessed with promoting homosexualism and now transsexuality. He is engaged in a war on normal for the last eight years, and it looks like he's trying to do as much as he can to promote sexual and gender perversions as he can before he leaves office. He takes something that was actually designed to promote religious freedom and respect for religion and he subverts it by putting in a transgender activist from a liberal church who is at odds with the God of the universe."