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06/03/2014

Audio: NOM's Brian Brown can't stop comparing his discriminatory cause to The Civil Right Movement

by Jeremy Hooper

From the 6/2 edition of "The Janet Mefferd Show":

"In American history, when a great injustice or untruth is being forced by the government...or otherwise, people have stood together and marched for the truth, hearkening back to The Civil Rights Movement, to other movements that stood up for justice and truth..." [SOURCE]

Keep trying to rip people apart and then call it "unity," Brian. Your firm embrace of opposites will surely prove soothing here in an America where the majority publicly is distancing itself from the crude discrimination by which you have defined your career.

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