Homophobe? Check. Republican? Check. Politician? Check. Hangs around young boys? Check. Outing trolling for dudes with a gay sex finder app? Of course.
Another day, another same old story. Homophobe Republican Politicians, please deal with this. Why do you have to hate others just because you so deeply hate yourself, but also secretly try to live a gay life while interfering with others’ gay lives?
Brent Randall, a prominent public personality and now defeated (66% to his 34%, sorry, loser) Republican candidate for Goshen, Indiana’s city council, admitted a profile page with his photos and sexually explicit information found on the gay dating website Adam4Adam was created and maintained by him.
NOTE: Gay friends tell me that Adam4Adam is the MySpace of hooking up.
When asked about the profile page before being crushed in the election, Randall, above, who was married for 22 years before a divorce in 2009, said “My life has changed a lot over the last six years since my divorce. The profile page is still active. I do check it. I do talk to people. I’ve never met anybody from that profile. I do enjoy meeting new people of all different walks of life. I don’t even know if I consider myself bisexual or not. I just experimented a little since I was single again.”
Randall’s claim to have never met anyone through the hookup site is obviously very believable, because seriously, who’d hit that?
While running for office, Randall said he was against amending the city’s civil rights ordinance to include sexual orientation and gender identity. Randall said he felt members of the LGBT community, which did not publicly include him at the time, are currently protected under the law and an amendment is not needed locally.
And the money shot — Randall is a high school radio sportscaster and former boys’ golfing coach!