E.W. Jackson

PAC Activist, Pastor

Called President Obama “the godfather of the LGBTQ mafia.”

Said drag queen story hour is “the equivalent of pedophilia” and asserted that parents who take their children to such an event “need to have their children taken away from them.”

—During their run for the U.S. Senate, called Jonn Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock “clowns”—”These two clowns down there are both big LGBTQ advocates. The Bible makes clear, ‘The fool has said in his heart there is no God,’ and these two are both imbued with Marxist ideology. Of course, I’m opposed to them.”

Said that if he ever saw an LGBTQ activist handing pro-gay literature to one of his children, he would “really need the grace of God not to jump on that person and try to beat them into the ground.”

Said gay people cannot understand his objection to LGBTQ activism because they “can’t really be parents”: “I think part of the reason why the homosexual community can’t relate is that they can’t really be parents, not in the normal sense.”

Said the United States would become a “homocracy” if Pete Buttigieg were elected president.

Said then-presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is “going to die and go to hell” because he won’t “repent” for his “wickedness.” 

—In response to 2020 California legislation aimed at ending discrimination against LGBTQ youth regarding the state’s sex offender registry, falsely claimed that the legislation “means that a 20-year-old could use a 10-year-old, and that’s OK.”

Called the repeal of “don't ask, don't tell” in 2010 a “disaster of historic proportions and it must be reinstated.” Ten years after the repeal, the Pentagon found no evidence of concerns raised at the time of repeal; readiness remained strong as did unit cohesion, morale, and recruiting.

The GLAAD Accountability Project catalogs anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and discriminatory actions of politicians, commentators, organization heads, religious leaders, and legal figures, who have used their platforms, influence and power to spread misinformation and harm LGBTQ people.