Obama’s top ‘anti-bullying expert’ sexually harasses Ben Carson in vile open-letter

President Obama’s top anti-bullying activist wrote an open letter to potential presidential nominee, Ben Carson, in which he repeatedly asked Carson to “suck my d**k.”

Gay rights advocate Dan Savage has extensive ties to the White House and is founder of the Obama-endorsed anti-bullying campaign, “It Gets Better Project.” That didn’t stop Savage from trying to bully Carson with an irrational letter he wrote on his blog in response to Carson’s controversial remark about whether being gay is a choice.

“A lot of people who go into prison straight – and when they come out, they’re gay,” Carson told Chris Cuomo of CNN.

Predictably, the mainstream media piled on Carson for that comment. But, Obama’s anti-bullying “expert” could win the prize for the most repulsive reaction to Carson’s statement.

Dear Dr. Carson,

If being gay is a choice, prove it. Choose it. Choose to be gay yourself. Show America how that’s done, Ben, show us how a man can choose to gay. Suck my d**k. Name the time and the place and I’ll bring my d**k and a camera crew and you can s**k me off and win the argument.

Very sincerely yours,

Dan Savage

The anti-bullying activist’s immature and ridiculous letter may contain more than just a hint of a wishful thinking. Especially when the long list of “d**k sucking” requests he’s made in the past are considered.

In 2014, Savage wrote the same letter to Herman Cain and once addressed Mike Huckabee in a Playboy interview with the same unoriginal and unwelcomed invitation.

Savage, who’s an outspoken supporter of pornography, can’t seem to turn himself away from sexually harassing conservatives when he hears something he doesn’t agree with. And these comments are just a smattering in a long list of offensive, bullying remarks aimed at his ideological opponents.

In an interview following Savage’s letter to Carson, CNN host Brian Stelter briefly asked Savage about the “appropriateness” of his remarks. But Savage said he was just “fighting fire with fire” and the two used the rest of the air-time to plug his anti-bullying campaign called, “It Gets Better,” instead.

Who knows? If Savage keeps this up, he might earn himself a Nobel Peace Prize.

 

 

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