Anti-Gay Conspiracy Theorist Wins Tennessee’s Democratic Slot for 2012 U.S. Senate

Mark Clayton, an anti-gay-marriage activist associated with a known hate group” (Public Advocate of the United States) and a flooring installer with a love for fringe extremist conspiracy theories has finished first among a crowded Democratic primary field in the race to take on Tennessee’s GOP Sen. Bob Corker this fall.

Clayton who believes the federal government is building a massive, four-football-field wide superhighway from Mexico City to Toronto as part of a secret plot to establish a new North American Union won 26 percent of the vote despite raising no money and listing the wrong opponent on his campaign website

On other issues Clayton  sounds more like a member of the John Birch Society he’s against national ID cards, the North American Union, and warns of an encroaching “godless new world order” and suggests that Americans who speak out against government policies could some day be placed in “a bone-crushing prison camp”  and also believes that the former governor of California: “Arnold Schwarzenegger, born in Austria, wants to amend the Constitution so that he can become president and fulfill Hitler’s superman scenario.”


Clayton’s past work includes being vice president of a Virginia-based hate group called the  Public Advocate of the United States.  The group’s mission is to restore the country to its conservative Christian roots and they support a constitutional  amendment banning gay marriage, opposes abortion rights, and believe the Boy Scouts are under assault from the gay agenda.

The Tennessee Democratic party has condemned Clayton and blaming his victory on the fact that his name appeared first on the ballot.

Only in America folks, and especially in Tennessee!

One thought on “Anti-Gay Conspiracy Theorist Wins Tennessee’s Democratic Slot for 2012 U.S. Senate

  1. Clearly this man is not really a democrat. He sounds more like Michelle Bachmann. He was as a democrat in order to get on the ballot.

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