It is very easy to identify who the real “haters” are.
And many other high-profile individuals are also starting to finally figure it out. Unless someone’s been hiding under a rock, it’s hard not to — especially, when we’ve seen what the Gaystapo has done to Brendan Eich, the Benham Brothers, Craig James and countless others.
No one is safe from the homofascist rage. Just ask the florists, reception hall owners, bakeries, printers and photographers that have been viciously and mercilously destroyed by the homosexual activists for merely refusing to capitulate to the demands of their sexual deviancy.
On Friday afternoon, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) took to the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives to offer an extremely accurate Third Reich comparison to the homosexual lobby. The context of his comments was the firing of the Benham Brothers (Flip it Forward) by HGTV for their conservative Christian beliefs and traditional values.
Rep. Gohmert began with the biblically based assurance that all Christians really do love homosexuals. But the compassionate acceptance of individuals does not require the approval of all behaviors.
We love homosexuals. We love all people. If you don’t, then you’re not following the teachings of Jesus to be sure. But it doesn’t mean that you have to support, embrace, encourage particular lifestyles that you believe are harmful to the individuals and harmful to the society in general.
The Texas representative then proceeded to lament the “amazing” way in which homofascist intolerance has arisen in the name of tolerance. Gohmert also highlighted how Christians and conservatives are being hatefully and maliciously labeled as “haters, hate mongers, evil.”
So it is amazing that in the name of liberality, in the name of being tolerant, this fascist intolerance has arisen. People that stand up and say, you know, I agree with the majority of Americans, I agree with Moses and Jesus that marriage was a man and a woman, now all of a sudden, people like me are considered haters, hate mongers, evil, which really is exactly what we’ve seen throughout our history as going back to the days of the Nazi takeover in Europe. What did they do? First, they would call people “haters” and “evil” and build up disdain for those people who held those opinions or religious views or religious heritage. And then the next came, well, those people are so evil and hateful, let’s bring every book that they’ve written or has to do with them and let’s start burning the books, because we can’t tolerate their intolerance.
Finally, Rep. Gohmert decided to get a little psychoanalytical as he diagnosed the homosexualist’s delusional way of thinking as psychological projection. They “divert condemnation” by attributing their own militant, tyrannical tendencies to others as they tear our nation apart and demean all who dare to dissent from the homofascist ideology.
And as shrinks have testified before me during my days as a judge, that’s called projecting. Someone that has a characteristic, and to divert condemnation on themselves, they project their characteristic on someone with whom they disagree. So, the most intolerant in America, and especially people like who were going to be on the television show before it cancelled — people like me — yeah, we get upset. We can’t stand to see our nation torn apart. We cant stand to see our Judeo-Christian values, on which the nation was founded, demeaned, depicted as somehow evil. So we stand up for those things, but there’s no hate for individuals.
The homofascists can only terrorize people for so long before there WILL BE a backlash. In fact, it’s already starting to happen. With each new outrageous attack, people are seeing past the facade of the “live-and-let-live” deception or the “how does my private life or ‘gay marriage’ affect you” talking point.
The homosexuals have become their own worst enemy. The coercion, bullying, intimidation and reprisals are all revealing the true colors of the rainbowshirt movement.
Their fascism is showing. We can see it. Gohmert can see it. And many more can too.
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