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Audio: Harry Jackson 'explains' his claim that LGBT rights = 'satanic'

by Jeremy Hooper

Ya see, folks, prominent social conservative Harry Jackson isn't condemning gay people when he speaks about the "satanic strategy" that guides our "darkness." No, no–he just longs for the time when the law didn't "empower" us and our "promotion of evil."

Here, let him explain it to you in this cued-up clip:

This is what is so enraging about these anti-LGBT voices: their refusal to admit that they are, in fact, saying awful things about us. Not our "lifestyles" or our rights, but us. As people. It is impossible to disconnect us, the human beings, from the nonstop denigration of our lives, loves, souls, worth, and families!

I'd have so much more respect for this movement if its top voices would start owning their sh*t. If these professional (and often quite well paid) activists want to sling this mud in our faces, then they need to have enough spine to show their dirty hands.

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