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12/31/2013

Fox News' resident anti-LGBT crap-stirrer demonstrates far-right's blatant hypocrisy

by Jeremy Hooper

When citizens and a cable network react to a public person's vicious comments, Todd Starnes, FOX News' in-house middleman between anti-LGBT groups and the mainstream media, claims they are "anti-Christian brownshirts":

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But when anti-gay people react to a certain public display and press the event organizers to change their plans, they are simply being "family-friendly":

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Forget the whole "two Americas" thing. It's blatantly obvious that these anti-LGBT activists—and let's be 100% clear:an anti-LGBT activist is what Todd Starnes is—want one America where they are free to do, say, and protest anything involving us, and one where anything other than our closeted silence is a supposed threat to their way of life.

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