Jeffress has appeared on Fox News and the reactionary fundamentalist lecture circuit peddling his books as well as his bizarre theories about LGBT Americans. He has said in public events that he believes gays and lesbians are either already pedophiles or likely to abuse children in the future.
He's also publicly compared being LGBT with bestiality and said LGBT people use "brainwashing techniques" to have gay issues "crammed down our throats." He also fretted about how LGBT people "are engaged in the most detestable, unclean, abominable acts you can imagine."
As if that wasn't enough, he has repeatedly warned that LGBT people "will pave the way for that future world dictator, the Antichrist."
In sum, there's not an awful lot of difference between Jeffress and the late Fred Phelps, the hateful slug who founded and led the notorious Westboro Baptist Church.
This is America, where even outrageous creeps like Jeffress have the First Amendment right to speak in public, no matter how disgusting and insane their ranting might be.
But why is the President of the United States, who waved around a rainbow flag and crowed about how he's so pro-LGBT, welcoming someone like Jeffress into the White House for a meeting and posing for pictures with him?
That doesn't sound like the actions of someone who's pro-LGBT.