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Liberty Counsel Kidnapper Mat Staver: America Should Have Gay-free “Sanctuary Cities” – Audio

Mat Staver

Liberty Counsel hate group President Mat Staver who has been implicated in helping with the kidnapping of 9 year-old  Isabella Miller-Jenkins the daughter of a lesbian couple who disappeared with one of her mother’s after she became “straight” after undergoing “conversion therapy” appeared on VCY America’s “Crosstalk” program last week and discussed his current treasonous work urging government officials to defy the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality. Going as far to say that certain cities in the United States should be designated as “gay free” zones.

We could create “sanctuary cities” free from gay marriage and abortion rights, just as some cities have become sanctuary cities for undocumented immigrants.

“You know what, if some cities can create sanctuary cities for illegal aliens, why can’t a city or a state create a sanctuary city or state to protect the preborn?” he asked.

“And to protect marriage,” VCY’s Jim Schneider chimed in.

“…and to protect marriage, absolutely.”

Staver and the Liberty Counsel is representing Kentucky County clerk, Kim Davis, who is refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples, which he said she can’t do because she would be giving those couples a “license” to “engage in a sinful activity with a sinful relationship.”


H/T Right Wing Watch

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