The Radical Gay left have quietly taken over the media outlets in this country.
If you look at the every single Soros run media outlet you wil see the Gay Left at the forefront .
CNN and MSDNC have two Gay leftists anchors and even Fox has Sheppy ! The Soros funded Media Matters run by
the former mental patient /Gay activist.
Behind the scences the producers and news writers are mostly Gay.
My wife worked at CNN as a consultant in the 90’s and she estimated 40 % of the staff was Gay back then.
The radical lwft wing shift in the Media reported in the recent UCLA study can be directly linked to Gay Left quiet take over of the media outlets.
I can only imagine the Wash Compost news room is more like a Gay bar now !
One of my favorite sci-fi TV shows was Warehouse 13, till, out of the blue they present a new character, a special agent with the ATF who announces he’s gay...for no reason other than to change the show from sci-fi to homo promo.
Got link on the UCLA study? I'd like to see it.
If you search on "New York Times" + "gay", you'll find the quote by a Page One editor there, about four years ago, maybe six, that he made in public, that 75% of the other Page One editors were gay or bisexual.
This supposedly started when Pinchy Sulzberger moved into his ancestors' office at the Times about 1988. Before Pinch, the Times called it up the middle on any lifestyle stories -- he changed all that.
And that was when the first draft of After the Ball appeared in the DC-area countercultural paper The Guide as a series, which was then toned down a bit for the book. Some people archived the Guide version (which used to be available online, but my old links are dead), which yields some very bald, Naziphile quotes.
You could never, ever get to such a state of affairs as UCLA supposedly describes, without an industrywide gay cabal. This has to be vivisected, publicized, fought against, and disarticulated like a baked chicken. People have to be made aware that this cabal will eventually replenish its ranks from among their children -- whether they like it or not. (Operative term of art: "Toll of boys.")