BETSY MCCAUGHEY: America’s Silent Majority Is Turning Up The Heat On LGBTQ Activism — The Results Speak For Themselves

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Many Starbucks outlets are toning down Pride Month celebrations, according to several reports, though the coffee chain’s top executives deny it’s official policy.

Pixar’s film “Elemental,” which features Disney’s first nonbinary character, flopped over the weekend. Moviegoers “iced” it, says the Hollywood Reporter, producing the lowest opening weekend box-office take in modern Pixar history. Oops!

All this is happening during the most controversial Pride Month in years. Why the controversy? Pride is departing from its original, noble goal of combatting discrimination against gay and lesbian people.

Pride Month began in June 1969 as a civil rights movement. Demonstrators took to the streets to protest a police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village, Manhattan.

A year later, marchers in Chicago turned out to mark the anniversary of the raid, and over time Gay Pride became a national movement.

The goal was to stop the shaming against gay and lesbian people, and promote tolerance and mutual respect. Those values are as American as apple pie, and everyone can celebrate them.

But aggressive activists and far-left politicians are turning some Pride events into hateful attacks.

On June 16, the Los Angeles

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