Liberty Counsel’s Matt Barber Plays Anti-Gay Race Baiting Card While Showing Brian Brown(shirt) Some Love

Indeed, that Barack Obama and the NAACP would align themselves with a militant, immoral lobby that literally takes “pride” in arrogant rebellion against biblical principles is, perhaps, what’s most troubling about this inexplicable political misstep.

It’s offensive — disgusting, in fact — that this pleasure-based, sex-centric movement — delineated by deviant proclivities and behaviors — would dare to equate its demands for celebration of bad behavior to Christian notions of racial equality.

Ken Hutcherson, an influential black pastor from the Seattle area, put it well: “It has been said loudly and proudly that gay marriage is a civil rights issue. If that’s the case, then gays would be the new African-Americans. I’m here to tell you now, and hopefully for the last time, that the gay community is not the new African-American community.

“Don’t compare your sin to my skin!” he demands.  – J Fat Matt Barber writing for Alan Keyes’ Renew America and making belive he’s black

For extra added laughs he also quotes Brian Brown who throws in some race baiting from NOM just for good measure.

Says Brown: Traditional marriage enjoys steadfast support in America, especially among African-Americans. Just this past May, an overwhelming percentage of black voters supported a marriage protection amendment in North Carolina, just as they did several years ago in California and in other states,”

Perhaps they forget that last March NOM and Brian Brownshirt was exposed for using these same  disgusting tactics of trying to purposely pit the black and gay community against each other.

But amazingly both NOM and The Liberty Counsel still enjoy thier 501c status.

I wonder is the Klan get a tax break?

One thought on “Liberty Counsel’s Matt Barber Plays Anti-Gay Race Baiting Card While Showing Brian Brown(shirt) Some Love

  1. Lies, lies, and more lies. It would be funny if it weren’t so freaking sad. And can they stop with this shit that just because one African American says something then that’s the case for EVERY African American. This goes for any side actually. Al Sharpton doesn’t speak for me or the ass backwards pastor that Barber is trying to use as his “reasoning”.

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