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10/09/2013

Congressman Gohmert: 'How does two men marrying help evolve a species?'; Charles Darwin: 'Ugh' (#vvs13)

by Jeremy Hooper

Appearing on Tony Perkins' radio show in order to promote his upcoming appearance at the Values Voter Summit and to demonize that events' critics, famously anti-gay Congressman Louie Gohmert (To-the-R-of-Bachmann–TX) expressed this take on evolution and gay people's role within it:


[SOURCE: Washington Watch w/ Tony Perkins; 10/9/13]

The debate about whether or not gay people, a constant part of the natural fabric of the animal kingdom, around counter to the theory of evolution? I know more than a few people who would love for you all to force that conversation, Rep. Gohmert! Let the American public hear your movement's sheer disregard for certain kinds of humans in its purest, most undistilled form!

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