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08/20/2013

Video: WND publisher's label for those enforcing Oregon nondiscrimination law: 'Nazis'

by Jeremy Hooper

First off, listen to AFA president Tim Wildmon attempt to "explain" a situation for which he clearly does not have a grasp on anything resembling the facts. But then keep an ear open for WND publisher Joseph Farah, who (at 7:41) slaps a "Nazi" label on the state agents who are simply enforcing local nondiscrimination ordinance.

From there, the whole thing devolves into several minutes of dialogue made up of several different ways to say, "We're just mad that it's decreasingly okay to discriminate against, mock, and generally threaten the peace of mind of LGBT people." Clip is cued:

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