Biden’s LGBTQ History-Making 2022 + More News

John Casey takes a look at President Joe Biden's LGBTQ history-making year - from codifying marriage equality to calling for protections for trans people.
President Joe Biden

Some news items you might have missed:

The Advocate: John Casey takes a look at President Joe Biden’s LGBTQ history-making year – from codifying marriage equality to calling for protections for trans people.

Gothamist: Out Rep.-elect George Santos claimed to have been mugged on his way to pay $2,250 in back rent on his Queens apartment six years ago, according to court eviction records. But the NYPD has no record of the attack.

LGBTQ Nation: A female cancer survivor  (with short hair) who had her breasts removed said that public restroom users regularly challenge her assuming she’s transgender, making her nervous about such confrontations.

Twitter: Following the arrest of professional misogynist Andrew Tate, who facilitated his own downfall by pointing up “un-recycled” pizza boxes in a video taunting teen environmentalist Greta Thunberg, Greta slayed Twitter with her one sentence response:

CNN: Donald Trump wanted to trademark the phrase “Rigged Election!” days after Election Day in 2020, according to emails provided by Jared Kushner to the House committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the US Capitol.

New York Times: As a presidential candidate in 2015, Trump said he would not take “even one dollar” of the $400,000 salary that comes with the job. In his first 3 years in office, Trump said he donated his salary quarterly. But in 2020, his tax returns show he reported $0 in charitable giving.