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03/05/2013

Talk show host Janet Mefferd warns of 'huge unforeseen situation' connected to marriage equality; uses 9/11 allegory

by Jeremy Hooper

After scoffing at the Obama administration's support for marriage equality, far-right talk show host Janet Mefferd proceeded to warn her listeners of all the unforeseen havoc that will befall our more equal nation. "Not necessarily a terrorist act," she clarifies—but something. Listen in:


[SOURCE: Janet Mefferd; 3/4/13]

So what you're basically saying, Janet, is that life and its potential for both good and ill will continue to happen? Wow, terrifying.

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