After seeing the rainbow flag in the middle of Pride Month, One America News host Alison Steinberg had a major meltdown over the weekend.
Alison Steinberg is currently trending online due to her comments on the LGBTQ community and the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
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Alison Steinberg, who previously declared that it was “gay” to help Ukraine fight invading Russian troops, uploaded an angry tirade to Instagram as they waved the LGBT pride flag over Huntington Beach on Saturday night saw.
Conservatives have already expressed their displeasure with the rainbow flag waving in public spaces, which brings us to Steinberg’s comments.
Much has been said about the potential impact on LGBTQ rights since Justice Clarence Thomas suggested that Obergefell v. Hodges, who upholds the right to same-sex marriage, could be overturned as a result of the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overrule Roe V. Wade.
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One of the anchors of American News is Alsion Steinburg. Steinberg rose to fame before being hired by OAN for following “socialist” corporations that imposed anti-epidemic precautions.
She looks to be in her 30’s based on her photos. She is currently facing backlash for her comments towards the LGBTQ community and Ukraine.
Steinberg responded to Dan Ball’s claim that it was hypocritical for homosexuals to support Ukraine when same-sex marriage was “banned across the country.”
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Alison Steinberg talks about many different things, but one thing is clear: Steinberg is against anyone who supports Ukraine. MAGA doctrine now makes this a requirement for membership, which is terrible support for Ukraine given the problems many people in that country are having there.
The MAGA movement is of course linked to Russia; it actually started there. It must therefore find a way to stop MAGAs from labeling the Moscow killer as a war criminal and allowing Putin to trample on Ukraine.
Alison Steinberg equated supporting Ukraine with “virtue marks”. According to Steinberg, resistance to Hitler would also have been seen as a sign of virtue.