Video emerges: Home Depot cheers itself for marching in 'gay pride' parade

Company's "pride" in promoting homosexual activism evident on America's streets

March 18, 2011

Click here to see the short videoAFA has acquired a 40-second video taken by Home Depot employees loudly cheering themselves while marching in the 2010 St. Petersburg, Florida, gay pride parade. 

Home Depot is proud of their support for homosexual behavior. It set up a tent along the parade route, built a custom "gay pride float" on the bed of a company truck and waived the company's dress policy by allowing employees to wear their Home Depot aprons, decorated with pro-gay buttons.

If that wasn't enough, Home Depot sent its official mascot to help promote the company's homosexual activism.

You can watch the short video here (no ads, no delays). The video includes parade watchers and employees cheering, "Home Depot, we love you!" 

Photos from the parade events include near-nude homosexual males visiting the Home Depot booth.

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