In a sentence, the piece details how Trump shamelessly panders to far-right theocratic Christians in exchange for their support while they blindly support him and ignore his obscene hypocrisy.
Given that ultra-conservative theocratic Christians are almost exclusively and hatefully anti-LGBT, I'm left wondering how any LGBT person could think that, somehow, Trump could be both pro-LGBT while concurrently pandering to the far right.
In short, it's all but impossible. Here's the bottom line: Trump needs the far-right for re-election. He knows, no matter what, he'll have little support from the LGBT community. So when it comes down to throwing either the anti-LGBT faction or the pro-LGBT faction under the bus, it will be the latter.
After reading the linked article, it's pretty clear that far-right theocratic Christians are easily fooled or lacking a moral compass. That's why they voted for Trump in overwhelming numbers.
In contrast, it's equally clear the pro-LGBT community is not easily fooled. That's why they voted against Trump in overwhelming numbers.
A few pro-LGBT people still cling to the delusion that, somehow, Trump will be pro-LGBT, notwithstanding he's surrounded himself with hatefully anti-LGBT people in his administration and promises to sign LGBT-discriminating legislation like FADA.
When Trump-supporting LGBT people finally wake up and realize they've been had, hopefully they will join the anti-Trump alliance and speak out against him.