On May 22, known across California as “Harvey Milk Day,” the United States Postal Service (USPS) will introduce a new stamp in honor of the homosexual San Francisco city official murdered in 1977 by a city government colleague. The occasion is being celebrated by homosexual activists, and, not surprisingly, the Obama administration, which is set to dedicate the stamp on its first day of issue with a White House ceremony. In 2009 President Obama presented the Medal of Freedom to the late homosexual hero.
“Harvey Milk was a visionary leader who became one of the first openly gay elected officials in the U.S. when he won a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977,” the USPS crooned in a glowing press release anticipating the new stamp. “Milk’s achievements gave hope and confidence to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community in the United States and elsewhere at a time when the community was encountering widespread hostility and discrimination. Milk believed that government should represent all citizens, ensuring equality and providing needed services.”
But LifeSiteNews.com noted that during his life Milk was notorious for his predatory homosexual behavior, which “led at least two of his young sexual partners to commit suicide — one of them Jack Galen McKinley, a 16-year-old runaway from Maryland.”
Milk's biographer, fellow homosexual Randy Shilts, noted that the lauded San Francisco activist had more than one relationship with underage boys — a proclivity that would earn Milk the label of “registered sex offender” were he alive today.
Milk had a preference for “boyish-looking men in their late teens and early 20s,” Shilts adoringly wrote, adding that “Harvey always had a penchant for young waifs with substance-abuse problems.”
Another of Milk's unfortunate victims, noted LifeSiteNews, was 25-year-old Jack Lira, who also committed suicide after being discarded by the homosexual community's late hero.
Among the conservative leaders opposing the new stamp is the Liberty Counsel's Matt Barber, who wrote that “while most sexual predators get time in prison and a dishonorable mention on the registry of sex offenders, Harvey Milk got his own California state holiday … and, more recently, his own commemorative postage stamp, awarded by the Obama administration’s USPS.”