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02/25/2014

Video: New propaganda video reminds us that brute hostility is still an American reality, too

by Jeremy Hooper

Longing for the days when homosexuality was seen as "perversion, a sickness, and even a crime" and using phrases like "brave new world" to address simple acceptance of LGBT people, this newly created video should serve as a reminder that Americans need not look to the furthest reaches of their globes to find public figures who are working to eliminate anything having to do with us, our rights, our acceptance, and our basic peace of mind. Nashville pastor Larry Tomczak created the video because he wants people to believe it, and conservatives like Liberty Counsel's Matt Barber are already promoting it because they are hoping to write these shocking views into policy:

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