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05/22/2014

Top conservative legal analyst says 're-education camps' are 'foreseeable conclusion' to marriage equality

by Jeremy Hooper

As president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center and a key legal analyst for National Review, Ed Whelan is one of the conservative movement's top legal analysts. Today, he suggested to me that marriage equality could "foreseeably" lead to people like him placed into re-education camps. I crap you not:

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A losing movement becomes more strident. It probably shouldn't surprise me; it has historical root. It still does, though.

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