I skipped Twelve for this one because it’s that special. San Francisco Police go full woke LGBT and march in a Gay Pride Parade… and their fellow LGBT Paraders attacked them because police work is heteronormative!
San Fran PD devote time, funds to Pride Parade- get attacked at parade
By Holly Sullivan, 1 July 2019
The article’s opening pic kinda says it all.
The San Francisco Police Department took to Twitter earlier this month to proudly display their new rainbow trimmed uniform patches.
A police vehicle was even emblazoned with rainbow decals making the unmistakable statement that the SFPD supports the LGBTQ community.
Not only did they do this, they apparently did it for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising on June 28, 1969 in Manhattan.
Segue to Wikipedia:
The Stonewall Inn, located at 51 and 53 Christopher Street, along with several other establishments in the city, was owned by the Genovese crime family. In 1966, three members of the Mafia invested $3,500 to turn the Stonewall Inn into a gay bar, after it had been a restaurant and a nightclub for heterosexuals. Once a week a police officer would collect envelopes of cash as a payoff, as the Stonewall Inn had no liquor license. It had no running water behind the bar—used glasses were run through tubs of water and immediately reused. There were no fire exits, and the toilets overran consistently. Though the bar was not used for prostitution, drug sales and other “cash transactions” took place. It was the only bar for gay men in New York City where dancing was allowed; dancing was its main draw since its re-opening as a gay club.
Fifty years and little has changed. Not even the fags now managing the police payroll.
Visitors to the Stonewall Inn in 1969 were greeted by a bouncer who inspected them through a peephole in the door. The legal drinking age was 18, and to avoid unwittingly letting in undercover police (who were called “Lily Law”, “Alice Blue Gown”, or “Betty Badge”), visitors would have to be known by the doorman, or look gay.
The age of the clientele ranged between the upper teens and early thirties, and the racial mix was evenly distributed among white, black, and Hispanic patrons. Because of its even mix of people, its location, and the attraction of dancing, the Stonewall Inn was known by many as “the gay bar in the city”.
Police raids on gay bars were frequent—occurring on average once a month for each bar. Many bars kept extra liquor in a secret panel behind the bar, or in a car down the block, to facilitate resuming business as quickly as possible if alcohol was seized. Bar management usually knew about raids beforehand due to police tip-offs, and raids occurred early enough in the evening that business could commence after the police had finished…
The period immediately before June 28, 1969, was marked by frequent raids of local bars—including a raid at the Stonewall Inn on the Tuesday before the riots—and the closing of the Checkerboard, the Tele-Star, and two other clubs in Greenwich Village.
Historian David Carter presents information indicating that the Mafia owners of the Stonewall and the manager were blackmailing wealthier customers, particularly those who worked in the Financial District. They appeared to be making more money from extortion than they were from liquor sales in the bar. Carter deduces that when the police were unable to receive kickbacks from blackmail and the theft of negotiable bonds (facilitated by pressuring gay Wall Street customers), they decided to close the Stonewall Inn permanently.
Scripture says it’s not good to pine for the “good old days”. Those Commies and other freaks were quite violent and the institutional corruption… makes modern times understandable as an extension of previous trends.
The raid did not go as planned. Standard procedure was to line up the patrons, check their identification, and have female police officers take customers dressed as women to the bathroom to verify their sex, upon which any men dressed as women would be arrested. Those dressed as women that night refused to go with the officers. Men in line began to refuse to produce their identification. The police decided to take everyone present to the police station, after separating those cross-dressing in a room in the back of the bar. Maria Ritter, then known as male to her family, recalled, “My biggest fear was that I would get arrested. My second biggest fear was that my picture would be in a newspaper or on a television report in my mother’s dress!”
The uprising was sparked by fear of their evil deeds being exposed to the light of day. Everything had worked well enough when they could bribe the cops and give token participation, but when that cozy, organized-crime racket fell apart, the police started doing their jobs.
Both patrons and police recalled that a sense of discomfort spread very quickly, spurred by police who began to assault some of the lesbians by “feeling some of them up inappropriately” while frisking them.
This might be the first recorded false rape accusation in American History. Since American history didn’t exist before the Sixties.
The police tried to restrain some of the crowd, knocking a few people down, which incited bystanders even more. Some of those handcuffed in the wagon escaped when police left them unattended (deliberately, according to some witnesses). As the crowd tried to overturn the police wagon, two police cars and the wagon—with a few slashed tires—left immediately, with Inspector Pine urging them to return as soon as possible…
Ten police officers—including two policewomen—barricaded themselves, Van Ronk, Howard Smith (a column writer for The Village Voice), and several handcuffed detainees inside the Stonewall Inn for their own safety. … Garbage cans, garbage, bottles, rocks, and bricks were hurled at the building, breaking the windows.
When demonstrators broke through the windows—which had been covered by plywood by the bar owners to deter the police from raiding the bar—the police inside unholstered their pistols. The doors flew open and officers pointed their weapons at the angry crowd, threatening to shoot. … [after 45 minutes total] the Tactical Patrol Force (TPF) of the New York City Police Department arrived to free the police trapped inside the Stonewall.
While the homos weren’t Communists, the local area was a Communist hotspot. Many Communists spontaneously joined the rioting that followed that night and the next, most famously Bob Dylan’s mentor Dave Van Ronk. The formation of organized homosexual organizations in the wake of the riots was clearly a consequence of new ties with Communist subversives.
The Mattachine Society newsletter a month later offered its explanation of why the riots occurred: “It catered largely to a group of people who are not welcome in, or cannot afford, other places of homosexual social gathering… The Stonewall became home to these kids. When it was raided, they fought for it. That, and the fact that they had nothing to lose other than the most tolerant and broadminded gay place in town, explains why.”
Yeah, sure, that’s why they arsoned the Stonewall when the police hid inside it. Because it was the only home they had, and totally not because they had the chance to kill some pigs. /sarc
Well… looks like what’s old is new again.
Captain Troy Dangerfield added to the Tweet “It’s officially the start to #PrideMonth & I am #Proud to stand with the #LGBTQ community of San Francisco.”
Hey, he’s not wearing a rainbow patch! They didn’t have ’em out when this picture was made but that’s no excuse!
The SFPD didn’t stop there. According to KQED Arts’ Nastia Voynovskaya, SFPD officers also marched alongside participants in the parade.
However, in the midst of the celebration, the parade came to a halt. A video shared by KPIX’s Katie Nielson shows approximately a dozen people, arms linked, completely blocking the street in a display of protest.
KHSU further reports that a protestor in the human barricade called through the microphone:
“The system of policing upholds white supremacy, hetero-patriarchy, gender binaries and capitalist rule.”
Close, bitch. The system of policing upholds law and order. I like how you threw in ‘capitalist rule’ as a nod to your Commie handlers.
Nota bene, law enforcement: now that the freaks have your approval and obedience, they want you gone. Which is what they’ve always wanted, ever since those NYC speakeasy days. The Communists just taught them to lie about it and join their Long March, is all.
The protestors also called for the release of transgender individuals being held in the San Francisco jail.
Hail Satan. Or as the ancient Jewish mob put it, “Give us Barabbas!”
Nielson further reports that some protestors during the event not only broke barricades but also threw water bottles at San Francisco Police Department officers. KHSU reports that a spokesperson for SFPD confirmed that two protestors were taken into custody.
Police: “We love you LGBTs! Even our uniforms now have rainbows! Half of our leadership is now LGBTs!”
LGBT activists: *throw rocks*
Police: “You’re under arrest for attacking us!”
LGBT activists: “See! Nothing has changed! Get your laws off my body!”
KQED Arts’ Voynovskaya reports that a campaign called “Cops and Corporations Out of Pride” was organized by a group dubbing themselves Gay Shame. Gay Shame called upon the organizers of San Francisco Pride to entirely ban police presence at the event which drew approximately 1 million attendees.
Gay Shame promotes its “Cops and Corporations Out of Pride” campaign via video segments on their website of various LGBTQ+ personalities opposed to police or corporate participation in pride events.
KQED Arts quotes a video by Miss Major, a former sex worker: “These m—-rf—–rs are only out to arrest, put us in jail, lock us up, beat us up, get us to suck their d-ck and kick us out naked to go home. Happened to me twice, I know what the hell I’m talking about. They should have never been in the Pride parade.”
LET staff watched the entirety of Miss Majors’ video in which she also says:
“The blue suit is all the same. They are all worthless, unimaginable horrible people and destructive to mankind in general especially to my trans and gender nonconforming community.”
Remember: what today is left-wing fringe is tomorrow’s always-been-this-way. And if SFPD think the Socialists won’t get rid of them, they should look at the bail bondmen on their way out. Then they should look at 20th-Century Soviets, at how many police were replaced with “citizen militias”.
Get woke, go broke.
Gay Shame wasn’t the only group calling for San Francisco Pride to reject involvement by corporate entities. A letter signed by 140 staff members of Google requested that San Francisco Pride ban involvement by the technology giant in the 2019 parade as well as affirm that Google would not be welcome to sponsor or otherwise participate in future citing “Google’s failure to act in support of our community”.
Google’s employees are too woke to let Google subsidize their flagrantly expensive sex lives? “We do not allow Google to support our community because of Google’s failure to act in support of our community!”
Reuters Maria Caspani and Matthew Lavietes report that protestors in San Francisco’s halted parade also cried “Stonewall was a riot” referencing a series of 1969 police raids of New York City establishments with primarily LGBTQ+ patrons. It is reasonable to assume that none of the SFPD officers present Sunday were involved in the events on the east coast 53 years prior.
It doesn’t matter, Barbie. It’s a symbology thing. They wear the uniform; therefore, they’re hated today for the same reason police were hated then: because police are symbols of law and justice.
Yes, reality frequently disappoints, but religious zealots are big on symbols. Notice the LGBT overuse of the rainbow. Sexual perversion is not a civil rights concern. It is a religious concern: anti-Christianity. But the gay community doesn’t have a new religion to fill in the gap made by removing Christianity, which I’m sure was the Communists’ reason for helping them organize back in the Stonewall days.
One day soon, when the Communists place their globalist humanism into that gap, they’ll decide the gay community is no longer useful.
KHSU reports that one protestor in Sunday’s human barricade yelled through her microphone “Police do not make us feel safe” and was met by cheers of approval.
However, the necessity for the services of the officers are not entirely unrealized. According to Voynovskaya, SacPride, the LGBTQ+ Pride event in Sacramento, banned the presence of police in their event. However, on June 7, only one day prior to events being scheduled to commence, they reversed their decision.
When they finally commit to banning cops, there will be a spectacularly violent example of black knighting. But it’s entirely in keeping with the behavior of “God did NOT make us male and female” persons, that they would drive away the very white knights trying to protect them from their victims.