Indonesia refuses visit from U.S. State Dept. LGBT rights envoy

Did you know the executive branch employs a woman with the national coffers to travel the world advocating for LGBTQI+ rights?

Jessica Stern’s job title is U.S. State Department Special Envoy to Advance the Human Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI+) Persons.

Whew, that is a mouthful!

Special envoy Jessica Stern, who accepts all pronouns, was scheduled on a trip to Indonesia recently at the behest of the Biden administration, before the Indonesian government officials refused her welcome.

In this predominantly Muslim nation, the officials were concerned that Stern’s presence and message would intentionally “undermine [the] nation’s cultural and religious values”.

A spokesman for the premier Islamic scholars institution in the country warned about America’s “not-so-secret” gay agenda. “If this behavior is tolerated, it will lead to humanity’s extinction, because if men marry men and women marry women, they will not reproduce.”

He could say that again.

While Stern jet sets around the world, visiting three countries a month, to “monitor the state of LGBTQI+ rights”, it is no wonder the U.S.’s geopolitical enemies do not take her seriously.

America as the babysitter of queer kindness on the world stage helps no one.

However in Stern’s expert opinion, and by extension the opinion of the administration who appointed her, “good foreign policy is inclusive foreign policy.”

Not only is Special Envoy Stern an embarrassment to our nation, but she also represents the deepening rot in the executive branch.

Besides its moral bankruptcy, the state department increased its contribution to the Global Equity Fund in the fiscal year 2021 to $10 million.

So what are we left with?

An executive branch bloated beyond its means, a state department set on catechizing foreign nations in radical gender ideology, and countless “experts” out of touch with reality beyond their peer-reviewed theories.

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