Meet The Gay SeaWorld Employee Who Wants To Kick Start The “Gays For Trump” Campaign

Remember that time when Donald Trump mocked a physically handicapped New York Times reporter during a recent campaign speech?

It seems that incident has only helped the polling-obsessed Manhattan multi-billionaire rocket up in national polls to a new high, surging to 41 percent after releasing a proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the U.S.

That’s why Kyle Kittleson, an animal behaviorist at SeaWorld, wants to spearhead a “Gays For Trump” movement to get his fellow gay community behind the Donald.

“After much debate I’ve decided I need to come clean about something,” Kittleson says in his vlog. “I’m tired of living a lie, so here it is: I’m gay… and I support Trump. And not in an ironic way either. Like, I really support him.”

Kittleson goes on to incorrectly explains that: “Long before Hillary Clinton supported equal marriage and gay rights, Donald Trump supported equal rights for everybody. Granted he didn’t want it to be called marriage, but he did advocate for unions with legal equal rights.”

The truth is that Donald has been very clear about where he stands on the gay marriage issue as he told FOX New’s Sean Hannity in June: “I’m against gay marriage.” Following the Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide in June, Trump said he would accept the court’s decision: “You have to go with it. The decision’s been made, and that is the law of the land,” the real estate mogul told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

You may also remember the multiple times Donald has eluded to wanting to bang his daughter. Here is a clip from The View where Trump said: “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter perhaps I’d be dating her.”

But that doesn’t bother Kittleson, who had this to say: “A lot of you are probably thinking, how can you support a guy who insults women and hates Mexicans? Well, I don’t really think he hates anybody, or at least not because of their race. The whole insulting women thing? That’s just a political play.”

Watch Kittleson’s “coming out” video below: