LGBTQs outraged that Christian charities are helping treat coronavirus patients, say it’s “painful” for them

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(Natural News) For the past several months, the Christian charity group Samaritan’s Purse has been a welcomed presence in New York City, helping to alleviate the burden of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients on area hospitals. But the cult of LGBTQ wants the organization to leave because seeing Christians help patients in need is “painful” for them.

Corey Johnson, the speaker of the New York City Council, recently issued a statement to Twitter condemning the presence of Samaritan’s Purse in the Big Apple and demanding that the field hospital it set up in Central Park to assist Mt. Sinai Hospital in treating Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients be immediately removed.

“It is time for Samaritan’s Purse to leave NYC,” Johnson wrote. “This group, led by the notoriously bigoted, hate-spewing Franklin Graham, came at a time when our city couldn’t in good conscience turn away any offer of help. That time has passed.”

“Their continued presence here is an affront to our values of inclusion, and is painful for all New Yorkers who deeply care about the LGBTQ community.”

In other words, as people suffer and die from complications associated with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), the only thing that LGBTQs can think about is themselves and how they do not want to be reminded that not everyone in the world agrees with their sexual ethics.

These same LGBTQs are also apparently oblivious to their own hypocrisy in constantly decrying “hate” while simultaneously spewing hate against those they disagree with, including Samaritan’s Purse. One LGBTQ was even spotted climbing over a fence into Central Park to angrily plant an LGBTQ flag in front of the Samaritan’s Purse tent – so loving!

So LGBTQs would rather see suffering people die than have to be “offended” by the presence of a Christian charity?

Amazing, neither Johnson nor any other LGBTQ in New York City has expressed an ounce of thankfulness or appreciation for the willingness of Samaritan’s Purse to help sick New Yorkers during this time of need. In fact, by their hateful rhetoric, they could not care less about the lives being saved, and would rather these lives not be saved if it means that Samaritan’s Purse leaves the city entirely.

“Imagine how schizophrenic you have to be to make the case that the presence of people who do not agree with you on sexual ethics is ‘an affront to our values of inclusion’ and that these undesirables must therefore be excluded,” points out Johnathon Van Maren for LifeSiteNews, making an excellent point about LGBTQ hypocrisy.

Never mind that these Christian volunteers are risking their own lives to help New Yorkers, many of whom are ungrateful LGBTQs filled with hatred towards everyone who does not fully approve of their lifestyles. All that matters to the LGBTQ community is that Christians be banished from New York City, including the ones who are putting the lives of others over themselves as the Bible instructs.

“It is the attitude of men like Corey Johnson and his fellow activists that are a cancer on the American Republic,” Van Maren adds, warning against their brand of “social justice” fascism that hides under the guise of “tolerance” and “love.”

“There can be no unity as long as they seethe with hatred for all those who disagree with them or hold a different moral worldview. There can be no unity when Christians doing what Christians have always done for the past 2,000 years – nursed the sick and dying when few others would – are seen as a threat because they believe, as most humans for all of history have, that marriage is between a man and a woman.”

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