EXCLUSIVE! – Cincinnati, Ohio Trump Rally Gay Couple Identities Discovered: Meet Dewey Lainhart and Cody Moore

Cincinnati, Ohio Trump Rally Gay Couple Identities Discovered: Meet Dewey Lainhart and Cody Moore

The identities of the Trump loving gay couple who made nationwide news for their interview at the Cincinnati, Ohio Donald Trump Rally on Friday have been discovered thanks to an anonymous source who contacted Back2Stonewall.com.

The couples names are Dewey Lainhart  and Cody Moore of Middleton and Kettering, Ohio.  

Not much is known about the couple except that they were engaged on October 7th. and are both are die hard Donald Trump supporters. (And out of their ever loving gay little minds)

Feel free to stop by and congratulate them on their engagement on their Facebook pages below. Or talk about you know how Trump being elected would null their engagement, take way their civil rights, and make them more of second class citizens then they already are. In a CIVIL conversation of course.

Facebook:  Dewey Lainhart

Facebook:  Cody Moore


Will Kohler

Will Kohler is a noted LGBT historian, writer, blogger and owner of Back2Stonewall.com. A longtime gay activist, Will fought on the front lines of the AIDS epidemic with ACT-UP and continues fighting today for LGBT acceptance and full equality. Will’s work has been referenced in notable media venues as MSNBC and BBC News, The Washington Post, The Advocate, The Daily Beast, Hollywood Reporter, Raw Story, and The Huffington Post

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12 Responses

  1. Edgar Borchardt says:

    So, it’s OK to troll people we don’t agree with?

    • Will Kohler says:

      If you are going to speak out on video to a Wall Street journalist of all people and make a point for a controversial candidate you should be brave enough to identify yourself and deal with other poeoples point of view on the subject.

  2. Andrew says:

    This is like once you go in the witness box you are fair game to be cross examined. Also my thought initially was are these people real or paid actors, so to know they are real makes them all the more weird. Imagine the 6′ clearance they will get when they dance at a club.

  3. Michael says:

    Comments to their Facebooks will not increase their love or elevate civil discourse. This *is* trolling.

  4. Mackie L. says:

    Him working in the steel industry would make you think he would know Trumps hotel that Trump built here in Vegas is made from Steel that he purchased from China. Same place he had his line of neck ties and dress shirts and clotyhiunbg made. Great way to keep jobs in America. .

  5. Nick says:

    The Pussy Fuck Tarred that wrote this article to OUT people for different beliefs is a fucking Joke. Doesn’t matter if they were out or in the closet. The Big Names that back him, the credited names they hold nor his history/background holds any mean to this fucking hypocrite bully. This moron is a little bitch casting judgement and ridiculing peers. Why try hurt others for your own personal pleasure, oh wait Must be Little Dick Syndrome.

  6. David says:

    I was a fan of this site, but this makes my blood boil. You wanted people to go and harass them. And I saw your quote to the WSJ today, “Well, golly it sure is unfortunate that people harassed them, but some might think it hateful that they support Trump.” You vile fool, they have a fundamental right to support their political candidate. You can “consider” that hateful all you like. It does NOT excuse directing death threats at them. For you to equate the support of a candidate with the making of criminal threats shows a serious moral deficiency on your part.

    You also seem incapable of engaging with people civilly to explain to these young gay men why they should cast their vote differently. I am not Trump supporter, but I am proud of these men for thinking independently and coming to their own conclusions. I would never subject them to insults and threats. So disappointed in you.

  7. david says:

    they better hurry up and get married then- the votes they’re planning to cast would not allow them to get married!

  1. October 22, 2016

    […] Last week, we reported about a recently engaged  gay couple that were interviewed by Wall Street Journal’s Jason Bellini during a Trump rally in Cincinnati. […]

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