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04/23/2012

Amendment 1 voice says not passing ban is 'treason in God's court' (second only to murder)

by Jeremy Hooper

David Gibbs will make you gag when he talks about "exalting righteousness" and "making the Heavens smile." But then around the 4:40 mark, when he talks about the "second highest crime" a North Carolina voter can commit on May 8, be prepared for your jaw to meet the floor.

Oh, and also stick around right after the "treason" comments for a "funny" story about Mr. Gibbs killing his grandma's pet pig, which he relates directly to banning gay people from civil marriage. The fun never ends:

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*Reminder of what rally organizer Ron Baity is all about:

There's also the one where he likens gays to murderers:

There are many, many more clips here.

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