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Sally Kerns Goes Gay-pshit: If the homosexuals get what they want they will tear down the moral fiber of America!

Oklahoma state legislator Sally Kerns either needs a larger daily dose of estrogen or a labtomy because onece again she’s gone off the deep end with another dangerous anti-gay statement this time to the nationally recognized hate group the American Family Association’s  Tim Wildmon on American Family Radio while plugging her new book, The Stoning of Sally Kern. 

 At the end of the interview Kern left with with a rallying cry for “God’s people to stand up” to gay rights advocates, who she called the “tip of the spear” of the movement “trying to tear down the moral fiber of America”:

Kern: We’re losing our freedom of conscience. And if the homosexuals get what they want, and as you said it’s not just homosexuality, its immorality or adultery, all of that, but in my opinion the homosexual movement is the tip of the spear. They’re the ones who right now are beating down the door, have their foot in the door, trying to tear down the moral fiber of America. We have to stand up to that. The reason it’s the tip of the spear you don’t see ‘Adulterers Victory Fund’ out there trying to promote adultery. God’s people got to stand up to this.

Know what I think tears down the moral fiber of America?  When American politicians can appear with hate groups and spew lies and putrid bile and not be held accounable and/or punished for it.


Will Kohler

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