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07/14/2014

Video: FRC VP yet again claims 'Satan,' 'the demonized forces of hell' to blame for LGBT rights

by Jeremy Hooper

In a near verbatim recitation of speeches I've heard him give in the past, Family Research Council Vice President for Church Ministries Kenyn Cureton is yet again telling a captive audience that the devil and the "demonized forces of hell" are the real drivers of the "homosexual agenda." Cureton delivered these words at a recent speech to South Dakota's Family Heritage Alliance:

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He says this because this is what the Family Research Council believes. Tony Perkins, a fellow pastor, installed Cureton as his head religious guy because Tony Perkins believes the very same thing. When he goes on Megyn Kelly's show and pretends his concerns are more pragmatic and political, it's all spin. It's all noise. The fact is the Family Research Council, an organization that still maintains quite a bit of sway over the modern Republican party, operates from a top-down mentality that sees people like me as being little more than puppets for an unseen Beelzebub.

It's America, so FRC has every right to believe and espouse this "Devil made 'em do it" view. We also have every right to call it what it is: absolutely nuts.

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