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Things aren’t looking good for Dr. Oz and Donald Trump in Pennsylvania

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Bad news for Dr. Oz and Donald Trump.The TV doctor/U.S. Senate hopeful’s opponent, conservative commentator Kathy Barnette, has gone from virtual nobody to virtual front-runner in Pennsylvania’s GOP Senate race and the primary is just a few days away.Prior to her sudden surge in the polls, Dr.

Oz was narrowly leading in the crowded field after securing a controversial endorsement from Donald Trump. Now, it appears the endorsement might have hurt more than it helped, since almost immediately afterward, Barnette saw her numbers skyrocket.Unfortunately, her rise in the polls is also very bad news for LGBTQ people.In the past, Barnette has voiced support for a business owner who posted a “No Gays Allowed” sign in his front window, and declared that “homosexuals LEAD with their sexual preference” and should “leave [the] immorality in the bedroom.”@WayneDupreeShow @smithkarl393 That’s the point.

Many homosexuals LEAD with their sexual preference. Leave d immorality in their bedroom— Kathy Barnette (@Kathy4Truth) July 2, 2015This week, Barnette nabbed a major endorsement from the conservative group Club for Growth Action, which shelled out $2 million for pro-Barnette commercials to air in the final days of the campaign, as well as endorsements from anti-abortions organizations–the super PAC arm of Susan B.

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