Jared Kushner Leads Charge to Dissolve Conservative GOP Platform, Replace It with Pro-LGBT Document

Trump son-in-law and White House senior advisor Jared Kushner is pushing to dissolve the Republican Party platform, a conservative document formed through the hard work and dedication of grassroots activists, with a streamlined document containing no language that could offend the LGBT community.

According to Axios, Trump administration officials led by Kushner are working to gut the party platform. Kushner reportedly wants to turn the 58-page document that outlines conservative values in great detail into a small index card that could fit into someone’s pocket.

If Kushner gets what he wants, the platform will lose all of its substance and be replaced with fluff. He wants to do this so the GOP can be seen as more inclusive, particularly toward the LGBT community. Kushner wants to remove a line from the platform that would pave the way for the GOP to support transgender children and other LGBT abominations.

“We support the right of parents to determine the proper medical treatment and therapy for their minor children,” the GOP platform states.

Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality is enraged about Kushner’s push for the GOP to surrender to the LGBT agenda.

“The left calls it ‘conversion therapy,’ but what we’re talking about are parents trying to help their kids live a biblically faithful life, which does not include gay ideology and transgenderism. In our culture right now, the freedom to help your child to live a normal, heterosexual life is really under threat,” LaBarbera said.

Right now, children are being recommended by school officials and medical personnel in many cases to take hormone-blocking drugs, wear breast binders, and even receive genital-mutilation surgeries if they suffer from gender dysphoria. Kushner is pushing for a GOP that refuses to stand against these Mengelean abuses that are becoming commonplace because of the success of the LGBT agenda.

“… He and his wife [Ivanka Trump] proclaim Orthodox Judaism – and that’s very odd [for him to push this] because Orthodox Jews historically have been opposed to homosexual activism, and here he is sort of siding with the gay lobby,” LaBarbera argued, showing how Kushner is not only betraying the Republican Party but also his religious faith.

“And also, his wife … has celebrated [and] advocated for ‘gay pride’ with tweets and such,” he added.

Tim Murtaugh, the Trump campaign’s Director of Communications, has downplayed the news as just one of many possibilities that is being talked about by the Trump team with regards to the platform.

“As recently as 2016, a more focused platform was considered. Ultimately, the platform committee of the convention will make the decision, but as is the case with all national conventions, the President’s campaign will play a major role. In any event, we expect the 2020 platform to be the most conservative in history and one which will reflect the President’s conservative imprint on the Republican Party,” Murtaugh said.

Conservatives on the platform committee should be fighting tooth-and-nail against Kushner’s influence on the document, unless they want to see the GOP become even weaker in the fight against the LGBT agenda.