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03/19/2013

Video: Tom 'gays can't serve on the Supreme Court' Minnery promotes NOM's pro-discrimination march

by Jeremy Hooper

In 2010, when Elena Kagan was being considered for the Supreme Court and there became something of a national conversation about sexuality and high court justices, Focus on the Family's Tom Minnery told reporter Greg Sargent that “[s]omeone who is a practicing homosexual is a non starter for the group.” In comments to noted incendiary Peter LaBarbera, Minnery added: "We can assure you that we recognize that homosexual behavior is a sin and does not reflect God’s created intent and desire for humanity."

But while he doesn't want gays serving inside the Supreme Court, he does think gays and our rights should be protested outside of the building. Here's this same Tom Minnery promoting the National Organization For Marriage's pro-discrimination event:

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