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09/18/2014

Scott Lively equates accurately noting his public record with inciting murder

by Jeremy Hooper

Anti-LGBT activists do and say all kinds of truly shitty and deeply dangerous things as they work to dehumanize, delegitimize, and deny rights to certain citizens. They do this. By choice. Most of them for a paycheck.

But then, when those actual LGBT humans who are actually harmed by their work simply say, "Hey, look at these people and their campaigns against us," these very same people who work to hurt us turn around and claim they are the victims simply because their opponents (i.e. their targets) are calling them out for their own chosen line of work. Latest case in point is hardcore fringe activist Scott Lively who is quite literally accusing the Human Rights Campaign of inciting homicide because of a new report that tracks his decades of anti-LGBT work in America and abroad:

Screen Shot 2014-09-18 At 11.59.09 AmThe so-called Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has taken a page from the left wing hate-group Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and published a new report called “The Export of Hate.” Ala SPLC this publication is nothing less than an enemies list designed to help people like “gay” activist Floyd Lee Corkins identify their assassination targets.
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The greater their power, the less they are concerned about hiding the true nature of their agenda or the true face of the LGBT community.

Frankly, that dramatically raises the threat level for people like me. Because, as the “gays” lose their fear of public opinion, they are increasingly less inclined to restrain the murder that is in their hearts toward their enemies, the chief of whom is now Yours Truly.

FULL: HRC has targeted me for murder [Scott Lively]

So disingenuous! People in politics note the goings-on of their opposition movement. That is true for the right and the left, conservatives and liberals, in every sector of public debate. People do things; people note those things. People push back against what they see as detrimental.

Here's a really novel idea: stop hurting others and you won't be called out for it! I know the anti-LGBT movement wants to create an America where it's worse to be called anti-gay than it is to actually be anti-gay, but nobody is buying that fake "victim" routine.

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