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01/29/2014

In video to Utah anti-equality rally, Robert Oscar López again equates adoptive parents with slave owners

by Jeremy Hooper

He begins with an egocentric, self-victimizing plea that attempts to parlay his one-sided, anecdotal personal and family struggles into consensus commonalities. And then, at the 8:25 mark, he does it yet again: he directly equated adoptive parents (not just gay adoptive parents, I should add) and anyone who relies on paths to parenthood that fall outside of his personally acceptable purview with slave owners.

According to local reports, this aired while attendees nodded and applauded:


(h/t: StraightGrandMother)

Or as pro-equality lawyers fighting Utah's marriage ban now call this video: Proof of Animus: Exhibit A.

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