The organization has a decades-long history of homophobia and transphobia.
The actor believes that “people from other ethnic groups can identify with him, even if they’re not gay.”
The speech was part of his 2010 campaign for State Treasurer.
The candidate's campaign released a letter supposedly signed by 400 Black South Carolinians supporting his racial equality plan, but some are calling the number into question.
Some families would pay nothing, others would get a discount, and millionaires would pay full price.
“Just to be clear: LGBTQ media plays an increasingly important role, especially at a time like this.”
Plus he might have a documentary coming out.