(EDGE) Anti-LGBT crimes against humanity defendant and failed Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Scott Lively claims that gay intelligence officers coordinating with other "gays and homosexualists" in the media are seeking to sabotage the Trump administration.
He is calling on President Donald Trump to reinstate a ban on LGBT members of intelligence agencies that was lifted by President Bill Clinton in 1995.
In a piece published on hard right wing website BarbWire Friday, Lively writes:
"Satan is not creative. His strategies and tactics are tediously predictable, once you recognize them. [...]
"No group is better at this satanic strategy than the 'gay' political movement, which was an unstated reason why open homosexuals were never allowed into the intelligence agencies in the history of the nation [...]But then along came Bill Clinton who issued Executive Order 12968 on August 2, 1995, opening the intelligence agencies and top secret security clearance to the Machiavellian 'gay' network."
According to Lively, the "treasonous sabotage of the Trump administration" is the work of "today's alphabet soup of intelligence agencies could easily be condensed to just four letters: LGBT, since that's almost certainly who's driving the agenda."
Lively writes that the LGBT-run intelligence agencies are colluding with the media, which he claims is "an industry so heavily dominated by "gays" and "homosexualists" that there is no longer even a pretense of balance on stories related to LGBT issues."
"My prayer is that President Trump will awaken to the correlation of anti-Trump radicalism on the left with the 'gay' movement and realize that on virtually any issue one can name the most aggressive liars and agitators are homosexuals and their closest surrogates, and that these people absolutely, positively cannot be placated," Lively writes.
"I further urge him to take the bold and courageous step of revoking Executive Order 12968 and restoring the ban on 'gays' in the intelligence agencies as it existed until 1990."
Lively is currently a defendant in an unprecedented lawsuit brought forth by Sexual Minorities of Uganda which accuses him of violating international law by conspiring to persecute the LGBT community of Uganda through draconian laws. He is currently seeking to have the case thrown out before it reached federal court.