Is Mormon Presidential Candidate Evan McMullin Gay?


There is plenty of evidence to show that Evan McMullin is gay.

As a member of society one must wonder why 40 year old presidential candidate Evan McMullin, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or the Mormons, has never been married. When someone has certain mental and physical challenges it is understood why they have not married and think nothing more of it. Other individuals who have never married can have personality quirks they don’t realize they have or are not willing to let go of to enable them to enter the deeply personal relationship of marriage. These quirks can be aggravated by the feelings of being socially awkward. In his several months in the public eye McMullin does not appear to have these issues.

The Mormons place a high value on the traditional family; father, mother, and children. In Mormonland, the greater Utah area, young woman are known to wait for their beau while they serve a two year dual mission of preaching the gospel and of service somewhere in the world. Soon after he returns from his mission they are wed for time and eternity in one of the church’s many sacred temples.

Upon the inspiration of God, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints places the traditional family in the highest regard. In 1995 the leadership of church issued, “The Family: A Proclamation to the World.” In focusing on the family it states unequivocally, “[M]arriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God and that the family is central to the Creator’s plan for the eternal destiny of His children,” and, “[T]he family [is] the fundamental unit of society.”

With a better understanding of Evan McMullin and forgoing any disabilities or other personality quirks, one must still wonder why he is not married. Upon further thought one can not exclude the possibility that he is gay. As far as marriage is concerned he said to the Salt Lake Tribune that he’s “hopeful and optimistic that that will happen soon. … My greatest aspiration is to be a husband and father.” This “revelation” may be nothing more than McMullin just being polite to an uncomfortable but not unexpected question.

This writer remembers, as a boy, my sister asking me, “Who is that man who goes to our neighbor’s house sometimes?” The forty plus man was the brother of the father who lived within eye distance from us. I asked my mother why he goes to our neighbor’s house. She responded, “He’s not married so he visits his brother’s kids.” My sister and I thought it was creepy. It is no less creepy for McMullin to visit his sister Katie’s kids.

evan-mcmullin-with-nephew-liam-july-14-2106-lopez-washington-2McMullin with his nephew Liam at Lopez, Washington.

On September 7, 2016 McMullin opened his national McMullin for President campaign headquarters at 770 East South Temple, Suite 200, Salt Lake City, Utah (see top image). In Suite 100 of the same building is the Omega Wellness Institute. The Omega Wellness Institute provides it’s clients with, “Individualized substance use disorder and mental health treatment. Supporting individuals to discover and create personal solutions for sustaining a recovery lifestyle.” A service provided within the Omega Wellness Institute is Lambda Pride. Lambda Pride provides the same services as the Omega Wellness Institute with a focus on the LGBTQ community. Knowing McMullin’s mother is in a lesbian relationship and now knowing his campaign headquarters is in the same two business building as a business that goes out of its way to cater to gays, it’s not a stretch to wonder if he feels too close to this community because of his latent preference.


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