WASHINGTON, D.C. (Worthy News)-- The White House is spending millions and using U.S. embassies to promote the LGBT agenda worldwide.
The U.S. Department of State has spent $12 million in over 50 countries supporting gay rights advocates, the Associated Press reported.
With gay pride parades taking place throughout many cities across the globe this weekend, the U.S. will be more visible than ever with diplomats taking part in the festivities, with some embassies hoisting the rainbow flag under the U.S. Flag.
Earlier this month, U.S. Ambassador to Israel "proudly" supported the celebration of gay pride in Tel Aviv by hoisting the gay pride flag in an historic first.
The Obama Administration sent five openly gay ambassadors oversees last year, with a sixth nominee awaiting Senate confirmation.
Last week, Secretary of State, John Kerry spoke about Ted Osius nomination as a U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam said, "(Osius) will be the first openly LGBT officer nominated to serve in Asia," and "I'm working hard to ensure that by the end of my tenure, we will have lesbian, bisexual, transgender ambassadors in our ranks as well."