Dominican Catholic College Forbids Entry by Gay U.S. Ambassador

WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 03: United States Ambassador to the Dominican Republic James 'Wally' Brewster and husband Bob Satawake attend the 19th Annual HRC National Dinner at Walter E. Washington Convention Center on October 3, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Teresa Kroeger/FilmMagic)

The College of St. John the Baptist in the Dominican Republic has erected a sign banning the U.S. Ambassador to that country from entering the campus.

The banner across the front of the school says, “The entrance of the U.S. Ambassador of the United States is not permitted in this institute.”

In recent days the Catholic Bishops of the Caribbean country sent a strong letter condemning the behavior of the openly gay U.S Ambassador, who has been using his post to promote his lifestyle and the homosexual agenda.

Brewster, often in the company of his “husband,” is charged by the Bishops with not only pushing the homosexual agenda on the largely Catholic country but disparaging Dominican customs and violating the country’s constitution and international law.

The bishops have accused Brewster of “parading Mr. Bob Satawake as his husband,” causing “great distress among parents, who have the right to determine how their children will be educated and feel that these visits area an imposition of values contrary to what they are trying to instill in their children.”

Besides being Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, James Brewster is also a noted gay activist serving as National NGBT Co-Chairman of the Democratic National Committee along with serving as director of the anti-Christian Human Rights Campaign.

Moreover, the work of Brewster comes with the strong endorsement and even official approval of the U.S. State Department that in 2011 made homosexual and transgender rights a key component of U.S. foreign policy.

In a speech two weeks ago to the Human Rights Campaign, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power said homosexual and transsexual rights have been “weaved into the DNA of our foreign policy.” This from an administration that took until this week to call the slaughter of Christians by ISIS “genocide.”

In their letter, the bishops used a phrase used first by Pope Francis at the UN in September. They call Brewster’s pro-homosexual work in the country “ideological colonization.”

The sign at St. John the Baptist College has already been defaced by the champions of tolerance: “F**k intolerance.


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