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03/04/2014

Pastor leading Michigan's anti-equality fight: Homosexuality is 'bondage' that 'leads to destruction and death'

by Jeremy Hooper

Pastor Stacy Swimp is getting lots of attention from the anti-equality movement and local media for his fight against marriage equality in Michigan. So here, let's listen to what the far-right's latest hero really thinks of gay people (and not just marriage):


[Washington Watch with Tony Perkins, 3/3/14]

As you surely know, marriage equality is currently before a federal court in Detroit. Your honor, I present the above as evidence of a movement that always—ALWAYS, EVERY TIME, if you pull the thread just a little bit—proves its animus against certain humans beings.

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**EARLIER: Swimp leading a recent press conference against equality:

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