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06/03/2013

Liberty Counsel's Cynthia Dunbar: Current gay activism is 'same type of thing that was done in pre-Holocaust Germany'

by Jeremy Hooper

It's hard to share a stage with Matt Barber and manage to say something more shocking than him. However, colleague Cynthia Dunbar might have just done it. Near the conclusion of a ten minute segment yet again bemoaning the Boy Scouts for treating gay minors decently, Dunbar fulfills Godwin's Law with a claim that the current push for LGBT activism is the "same type of thing" that happened in the run up to the mass murder of the Jewish people (and others, including gays).

Clip is cued up to the right place:

My Jewish in-laws are visiting Auschwitz this summer. A few months later, they plan to testify in favor of New Jersey's marriage equality bill. I'll be sure to ask them if the former resembles the latter in any way, shape, or genocide.

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