Video: They want to shut down speech, says group that demonstrably shuts down speech
It's of course laughable that groups like the Family Research Council and figures like anti-gay Congressman Steve King (Very Far R-Iowa) could ever be the victims in an anti-equality "culture war" that only exists because of their own resistance to LGBT citizens' most basic of rights:
But when you look at what follows the above video on its official YouTube home, the victimized speech claims become even more ludicrous:
Yup, that's right: No ability to rate. No ability to dialogue. FRC took the extra step to shut down discourse. Because why not, since they only care about their own monologue anyway?
Bottom line: These anti-fairness bullies want the "right" to throw as many punches as they possibly can, just as long as they can do so in an echo chamber, in the cover of darkness, while their adversary is bound and gagged with old tape reels from Jerry Falwell's GoodTime Gospel Hour, in a venue with a nearby supply of soap to wash their hands of any and all mud that they'd so proudly and smugly slung just moments prior. Oh, and where there's a handy scapegoat nearby onto whom they can project their own sins. Because whether taking on the pot or the kettle roles in their reliably hypocritical kitchen, these socially conning cooks only operate when they've coated and re-coated their actions in buck-passing Teflon.
Well guess what? We will never stop calling them on their shit. Openly, proudly, and with as much push back as any "pro-family" holy roller wants to provide. Bring. It.
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