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12/06/2010

Video: Manhattan Declaration's top crafter once likened Prop 8 protestors to Bull Conner and 'Nazi thugs'. Odd how Stuart Shepard doesn't tell you that.

by Jeremy Hooper

Stuart Shepard's videos are known for being smug and reductive. So it's no wonder that he'd be the latest to confuse corporate decision-making with free speech/expression so as to overlook the actual reasons why a certain app was pulled:


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**SEE ALSO: Our lengthy examination into why, exactly, the Manhattan Declaration goes way beyond "thoughtful and serious affirmation of Christian beliefs," including the Chuck Colson quote mentioned in the headline: Okay, far-right: You wanna talk about the Manhattan Declaration? Let's go. [G-A-Y]

*MORE Stuart Shepard: See the infamous "pray for rain" video from '08. Or check out some of his "comedic" attempts to embolden discrimination.

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