June 14, 2023

The White House — From Honorable to Obscene

The American president’s home long stood as a place of honor. Joe Biden has made it a political cesspool.

The construction of the White House began in 1792, and prominent architects of the day drew inspiration from Italian-, British-, and French-style structures for its blueprint.

After its completion in 1800, John Adams, as the second president of the United States, was the first to take up residence in the White House. The day after moving in, Adams wrote to his wife Abigail: “I pray Heaven to bestow the best of blessings on this House, and all that shall hereafter inhabit it. May none but honest and wise men ever rule under this roof.” Franklin D. Roosevelt later had this blessing carved into the mantel in the State Dining Room.

This historical building has housed all of the subsequent U.S. presidents in the 230 years of its existence, and it has stood as a symbol of respect and strength for this country. Our Founders passed on the objective for this great nation to each national leader, decade after decade, to work for a region of the world in which the belief that “all men are created equal” could be achieved.

During the War of 1812, the White House was set ablaze during the burning of Washington. Though the exterior walls were all that remained, reconstruction began shortly after, and it was inhabitable again just two years later.

Some of the most notable men in history have walked its halls — individuals who understood the vision for the American Dream, who have provided words of inspiration and warning that have carried the following generations forward to further the work of liberty and justice for all.

Aligning with the core of our founding documents, John Adams said: “A Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.”

As the president who held office over the United States through a civil war fought in part to end the practice of slavery on American soil, Abraham Lincoln voiced, “Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.”

Several decades later, after worldwide turmoil, historic strides made in our civil rights laws, and overcoming significant foreign and domestic attacks against our nation’s moral and liberating framework unparalleled by any other population on earth, President Ronald Reagan uttered the famous quote: “If we lose freedom here, there is no place to escape to. This is the last stand on earth.”

Though political differences and conflicting philosophical beliefs on how best to lead the American people have been carried by all presidents, respect of the White House has appeared to be a unifying agreement as we’ve shifted from one administration to the next.

However, in recent years, so many of our monuments that used to stand and serve as reminders of both the sins of our past and the battles we’ve fought to right our wrongs have been vandalized and destroyed. Now it’s the same with the White House. This last symbol of unity has been defaced by way of obscene performances and insults from the mouth of the sitting president, whose words directly disrespect the thousands of military men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for this structure to stand.

In “celebration” of Pride Month, the Biden White House hosted an event to which numerous transgender influencers were invited, and he delivered a gushing speech to their “community.” They are “some of the bravest and most inspiring people I’ve ever known,” Biden opined. “You set an example for the nation — and quite frankly, the world.”

Never mind the men and women who fought in the Revolutionary War to achieve our independence from Britain, or died alongside their fellow citizens to abolish the despicable act of enslaving other human beings to serve and die under the ownership of another, or the men and women who have traveled overseas over the last several decades defending our land from those would seek to harm and destroy the United States.

The people Joe Biden was referencing as “the strongest and most inspiring people” who “set an example for … the world” are those who demonstrate their disdain for Christianity, traditional values, and science itself. Those who are normalizing public displays of sexual deviancy. Those who are actively working to pull innocent children into a life of moral absence.

The guests who attended this presidential rainbow-colored porn party are representatives of a movement of people who host play groups for babies, where the entertainers are dressed in bondage gear as they simulate sex acts on each other, while the adults in the room cheer on the performance.

This is a group of people who openly and proudly state their belief that a child can consent to surgeries and drugs that will sterilize their bodies, rendering them incapable of bearing or creating their own children, and forcing them into a life of never-ending medical complications.

The political advocates for this belief system have put laws in place that remove the need for parental involvement for mental and physical procedures, and they label loving parents as “abusive” if they do not comply with their confused child’s declaration of their made-up identity.

During this celebration, a transgender influencer, who goes by the name Rosa Montoya, recorded himself standing in front of the White House with the top half of his body exposed, as he shook his fake breasts with his hands and laughed. The person recording the video can be heard asking, “Are we topless at the White House?”

If we were to look back at the words uttered by John Adams — his blessing that was carved into the mantle to commemorate that fundamental expectation for reverence and respect for what could and would be accomplished through the establishment of the freest society to exist on earth — we might wonder what words the current administration might etch into the woodwork to leave behind as inspiration for the next generation.

Based on their actions, the beliefs of America’s leaders today are so far removed from where we started as a nation that it’s incomprehensible.

The demonstration carried out on the lawn of the once-revered White House this week was not to show support for the rights of a “marginalized” group of people, who are allegedly suffering under the imaginary restraints of American principles.

The point of this demonstration was to make the position of the current White House residents known: That they vehemently stand against the Judeo-Christian values that America was founded upon.

They intentionally sent this message in this way, gathering a group of the most depraved, morally bankrupt individuals onto the grounds of the most respected building in the world, for that reason alone.

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