Conservative Angela Stanton Thinks Trans Obamacare Kid is Being Used to Push a 'Gay Agenda'
Angela Stanton is a Black conservative who had a rather, well, cringey take on the Obamacare kid coming out as transgender, three years after she came out! Like I always say, it’s never too late to put your foot in it. And boy did Ms. Stanton do exactly that!
She took to her Instagram to say the following: “So the last time we saw the OBAMA CARE KID he was a 10-year-old little boy. Now he’s a transgender Woman. Was this kid used to push an agenda like #gretathunburg SWIPE to the next pic. It gives me the creeps. Joe Biden looks like a predator with this kid. You tell me… #Politics #Micheal #SumAintRight #ObmamaWhiteHouse”
In 2007, Marcelas Owens was a heartbroken seven-year-old. Marcelas mother died due to not having health insurance or Medicaid. Marcelas turned her pain into a fight for healthcare as a right. She told President Obama, “you can’t let anyone die like my mom did.”
Three years ago, Marcelas Owens was once again in the news for a different reason. A joyful one. Just a year prior, this amazing young woman came out to her grandmother as transgender. How she came out? By wearing a skirt and makeup. At first, her grandmother didn’t believe her, but it didn’t take much convincing. Instant acceptance and makeup tips from her sisters! There’s no better feeling in the world than that!
“I’m growing into adulthood. I’m not the Obamacare kid anymore,” Owens said in an interview with CNN.
It’s 2019, and Marcelas is still remembered. Unfortunately, some of those remembrances are heavy on the controversy side of things. Angela Stanton is no stranger to controversy. An unapologetic Black conservative, Stanton’s remarks on Instagram caused all sorts of feelings.
The post has received over 1,600 likes and over 700 comments. If she was wanting to get people talking, mission definitely accomplished!
Here are some of the reactions she received:
So #gayes, I leave it in your hands to have the final say. What do you think of Angela’s ‘agenda theory?’