Hate Group AFA’s Bryan Fischer: Repealing DADT Will Lead To Corporal Klinger Cross-Dressing Soldiers

“According to LifeSiteNews, sexually confused service members in Canada will be required to cross-dress as a matter of military policy. Yes, you read that right. Cross-dressing will not just be a privilege in the Canadian military, it will be an obligation.

According to a just-issued mandate, military personnel must conform to the dress code and standards of their ‘target’ gender. So a man who believes he is a woman will be required to start dressing as a woman, despite carrying around fully functional male equipment. This is regardless of whether genital mutilation surgery has taken place or not. [snip]

If you want to see where the overturning of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ will lead in the U.S., just take a glance at our neighbor to the north. It’s not a pretty picture.” –  Bryan Fischer, of the American Family Association, making no attempt to downplay its label as a hate group as they come out peddeling a new theory that the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell in the U.S. will lead to a military full of drag queens and trans folks who want the government to pay for gender reassignment surgery

Please. Mary  “If you want to see where the overturning of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ will lead in the U.S. ust take a glance at our neighbor to the north. It’s not a pretty picture.”

Yeah, that equality is just killin those canucks. Or do you mean that granting equality will lead to America getting manners?

Stupid Christard.

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