Andrew Dymock, charged with circulating terrorist propaganda, says he's bi but leans toward gay, “in direct conflict with Nazism.”
A Jewish group says the similarities are not an accident.
The Labor Department's Leif Olson, who was recently accused of anti-Semitism, has a long anti-LGBTQ history.
By banning Israeli flags, the D.C. Dyke March proclaims that anyone who disagrees with them is a heretic.
The National LGBTQ Task Force — organizers of the Creating Change event — finds itself in the middle of pro-Israel and pro-Palestine factions.
Using the organizers of the Women's March as a jumping-off point, Coulter encapsulated why she thinks Democrats don't get along in a homophobic, racist, anti-Semitic statement.
This recent act of anti-Semitism is only the latest evidence of the effects of Trump's rhetoric.