Chaps Klingenschmitt Likewise Demands To Know if Kagan Is Gay

Gordon “Chaps” Klingenschmitt is also demanding to know whether Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is gay and is launching a petition urging the Senate to “oppose and filibuster reported Lesbian Elena Kagan’s nomination to the Supreme Court”:

As far back as 2006 and 2007, four different Harvard Law Students confirmed that Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was a Lesbian. Why is the Obama Administration now suddenly ashamed of Kagan’s homosexual orientation?

CBS News first reported that President Obama’s new Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan will be the “first openly gay justice,” pleasing much of Obama’s liberal base. But after pressure from the White House they amended the report: “I have to correct my text here to say that Kagan is apparently still closeted — odd, because her female partner is rather well known in Harvard circles.” CBS later pulled the report entirely, after The Washington Post criticized CBS policy, saying “most major news organizations have policies against ‘outing’ gays or reporting on the sex lives of public officials unless they are related to their public duties.”

Why the sudden media blackout, even among conservative news organizations?

Only the Alliance Defense Fund asked, “If Elena Kagan Is a Lesbian, She Should Say So because Public Has a Right to Know.” Kagan’s private sex life already has, and will directly impact her public Supreme Court decisions, especially on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” and other issues.

In breaking news, Chaplain Klingenschmitt reveals that four different Harvard Law School students reported Kagan was Lesbian Homosexual as far back as 2006 and 2007.

The 4 Harvard law students’ quotes are now online at

Will any news reporter dare to track down and interview these four students?

Chaplain Klingenschmitt, who delivered over one million faxes to the Senate against the anti-Jesus Judge David Hamilton, is now launching a new “Fax Congress” petition drive campaign to oppose and filibuster reported Lesbian Elena Kagan’s nomination to the Supreme Court.

For the record, it was not the Alliance Defense Fund that asked if Kagan is gay, it was Peter LaBarbera and his Americans for Truth.