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06/10/2014

Audio: Mat Staver 'explains' to Rep. Jerry Nadler why his version of discrimination is somehow different

by Jeremy Hooper

Rep. Jerry Nadler supports (true) religious freedom and he also supports nondiscrimination laws. Mat Staver doesn't care for LGBT people.

Today, at a House Subcommittee hearing at which animus apparently qualifies as expertise, the gentleman from New York accurately noted all kinds of other examples that are directly comparable to discriminating against a same-sex couple while the anti-gay attorney from Virginia dodged and weaved so that he wouldn't have to admit that the only difference is his personal animus and the lingering political palatability thereof:

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