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03/18/2014

More proof that Matt Barber's new site is stealth effort to help LGBT rights win even sooner

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out the latest from the proudly unhinged world of Matt Barber's own creation:

BarbWire: Gay Rights 'Has Its Roots In Hell,' Championed By 'Godless Human Minions Of Satan' [RWW]

To remind you, Matt Barber works for Liberty Counsel, one of the two organizations that fights against the LGBT rights movement in any prominent court case and also teaches students at Liberty University School of Law (Matt teaches a course on "Sexual Behavior and the Law"). So don't be so quick to write him off as a fringe figure of no consequence. He is very much part of the circle on the other side, and he very much wants people to think that our lives, loves, and associated rights came from the pits of hell.

I don't tell you that because I think we should fear what he says. I tell you because I think we should promote the, well, hell out this craziness and connect it right back to the larger movement of which it is, in fact, a part.

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