‘GLOBOHOMO AGENDA’: UW COLLEGE REPUBLICANS DEMAND GOP STOP EMBRACING LGBT COMMUNITY

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07/30/2019

Both Democrat and GOP state officials have denounced a tweet from the University of Washington College Republicans warning that conservatives—including President Donald Trump—are embracing the “cosmopolitan, GloboHomo agenda” of the left. The president of the University of Washington College Republicans, Armen Tooloee, defended the group’s controversial Sunday Twitter commentary, saying the term “GloboHomo” actually stands for “globalized homogenized” and has “nothing to do with gay people, specifically.” However, Tooloee told Seattle news outlets he wants to see Trump embrace the wishes of socially conservative voters and stop trying to pander to the “cosmopolitan” LGBT community because Republicans are “still going to be called bigots and homophobes.” The UWCR Twitter account routinely criticizes libertarians and fiscal conservatives as “hollow” ideologies.

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