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11/21/2011

Audio: NOM's 'marriage defamation' star spent weekend conflating homosexuality and pedophilia

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2011-09-29 At 10.56.07 Am Frank Turek was the National Organization For Marriage's inaugural "Marriage Anti-Defamation" star. Now listen as Turek carries out his reign by spending over half an hour with Michael Brown -- a man who recently said murdered gay teen Larry King was "more a victim of gay activism" than he was his killer -- where the two use the airwaves of the American Family Association (an SPLC-designated "hate group," remind you) to do everything in their power to equate pedophilia with homosexuality, before drifting into an all-out assault on LGBT people, their existences, and their rights.

Listen to as much as you can stomach; it won't take much to get the animus-driven drift:


[SOURCE: American Family Association radio]

But sure, Nom: It's nothing more than Frank Turek's "traditional marriage" views that have earned him scrutiny. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.

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