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09/23/2013

Video: Anti-gay Youtuber vs. lesbians who bank

by Jeremy Hooper

The United Kingdom's NatWest Bank has created a benign ad featuring twin sisters whom are identical not only in looks but also in their ability to form a committed relationship with both a partner and a bank. But according to YouTuber Gavin Rolph, this ad spot is really just another example of a media that is doing the Devil's bidding.

The ad plays out, as is; Gavin's text overlays are at the beginning and end. Then he does some truly weird thing where he equates both President Obama and Prince William with the Devil (as approximated in the recent Bible miniseries):

Eh, let this guy invest in an anti-gay future, if that's how he gets his rocks off. I'll stick with banking. And acceptance.

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