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11/05/2013

Peter Sprigg flat-out lies; claims FRC never supported Ugandan law that it *TOTALLY* did support

by Jeremy Hooper

On yesterday's edition of "Washington Watch Weekly," in response to an FRC supporter who quite literally said that gay people should be put to death, fill-in host Peter Sprigg made this comment about FRC's supposed lack of support for the Ugandan "kill the gays" bill:

Only thing? FRC absolutely supported the law, saying it simply "upholds moral conduct":


[THE NOW-DELETED LINK: (WEB ARCHIVE from April, 2012) FRC]

Just because FRC scrubbed the evidence doesn't mean it never happened. And bearing false witness doesn't change anything either, Pete.

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