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This millennial politician doesn’t believe in LGBTQ rights because his BFF is gay… Wait, what?

Bobby Jeffries recently launched a campaign to challenge four-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Scott Perry for the Republican nomination to central Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District.

“I am a Trump supporter,” Jeffries brags to the Pennsylvania Capital Star in a new interview. “I was an early Trump supporter. I’ve supported the president ever since he came down the escalator in Trump Tower.”

28-year-old Jeffries hopes to be the new Millennial voice of the Republican party… by continuing to regurgitate the GOP’s antiquated beliefs on, well, pretty much everything, but especially when it comes to LGBTQ issues.

Asked whether he thinks Trump’s comments about African nations being “sh*thole countries,” was racist, and Jeffries, who seems to have a major straight boy crush on JFK, Jr. and brags about wiping his butt with Hillary Clinton toilet paper, replies: “There’s nothing racist about that.”

Asked about climate change, and he goes on some unrelated tangent about U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, accusing her of palling around with “radical socialists” and recently bailing out members of a “domestic terrorist group” who staged some sort of counter protest in Boston.

“I guess there was a straight pride parade?” he says.

And when asked if he would support a law that makes discrimination against LGBTQ people illegal, Jeffries says he’s “not really a fan” of those sorts of laws. You know, the kind that guarantee equality for all.

He goes on to say that gays have “already accomplished” plenty with the passage of same-sex marriage 2015. That should be enough, shouldn’t it? And, anyway, does discrimination even exists anymore?

“Millennials, we don’t care about that kind of stuff,” Jefferies asserts. “We don’t care what you look like. We don’t care who you decide to go to bed with. Those are … boomer constructs. We don’t care about those.”

Then, to prove his point that LGBTQ people have become fully integrated in society and no longer face any sort of discrimination or challenges, he says: “I have family members. My best friend, a guy who works for my campaign, is a gay guy.”

Bless his heart.

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