Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Former Uber Backup Driver: ‘We Saw This Coming’

The first time Ryan Kelley lifted his hands off the wheel of a self-driving Uber, he felt like he’d landed a role in a dress rehearsal for the future.

This was in February of 2017 in Pittsburgh, where Uber had been testing Volvo SUVs equipped with proprietary self-driving technology on public streets for about five months. Some of the vehicles picked up passengers through Uber’s regular ride-hailing app—the first time self-driving cars had been so accessible in a U.S. market.

Encouraged by his nin…