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FRC Shooter is a Gay Rights Radical August 16, 2012

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, Bible, disaster, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, persecution, sadness, scandals, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.
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Further evidence released today establishes that the shooter at the Family Research Center was a gay rights activist who wanted to punish the FRC for their culturally apostate beliefs:

The gunman who opened fire and shot a security guard at the Family Research Council’s Washington, D.C. office has now been identified as Floyd Corkins, a volunteer for the last six months at The DC Center for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender) Community.

Corkins allegedly made negative comments about the FRC before shooting the guard and could have intended to shoot FRC employees had the security guard not heroically intervened.

The FRC is a pro-life and pro-traditional marriage organization. For holding these beliefs, the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) labelled the Family Research Center as a hate group.

This label is not without consequences. For instance, on Tuesday, the Human Rights Campaign, a gay rights organization, ran a story on a blog about Paul Ryan’s appearance next month at the Values Voters summit, which is sponsored by the FRC, titled, “Paul Ryan Speaking at Hate Group’s Annual Conference.”

This is what comes from the persecution.  This is just the beginning.  If you read left-wing blogs, and especially comments, you have likely been as shocked and dismayed as I have at the inflammatory, hate-filled rhetoric coming from the left, especially on issues related to homosexual activism. In fact, the ridiculous, self-discrediting Southern Poverty Law Center has described the Family Research Council as a “hate-group,” solely for its defense of traditional marriage and condemnation of homosexual depravity.  Apparently, President Obama belonged in the hate group category until a couple months ago when he allegedly changed his views on the subject.

This is what comes in a persecution. While the Southern Poverty Law Center should be held to account for helping to instigate this kind of brutality, there are numerous other radical left wing groups who are using their ostensible (and very sudden) support for the  gay rights movement as the most helpful club to destroy Christianity and traditional morality, which I’m sorry to say, they generally hate.  As I have said before, this gay agenda is going to be the vehicle of the ongoing and rapidly expanding persecution. The fact that these groups are utterly silent on the truly horrific Muslim persecution of gays proves that this support is nothing but political, and a convenient way for those of a left-wing mindset to try to establish their (a)moral superiority over us brain dead, Christo-fascist rubes.

Even more breathtaking is media duplicity and hypocrisy in their coverage of this. Here we have a literal smoking gun that inflammatory rhetoric from a radical left-wing group has been instrumental in causing an actual attack, as opposed to all the attacks the media loves to attribute to TEA party types, which, in reality, have never happened.  You can see the lamebrain media attempting to spin this away from implicating their ideological allies in op-eds like this one.  Defending against the persecution will always be an uphill battle as long as the dominant gate keepers of the culture (mass media, TV shows, movies, etc) continue to pretend the Christians really don’t count.

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1. Raul De La Garza III (@raul_delagarza) - August 17, 2012

The war on the family made manifest. This is what comes from a lack of fatherhood.

2. I, for one, am gratified……. « A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics - August 17, 2012

[…] support (hostility to Christianity being endemic in our media today, with Christians like the Family Research Council essentially having no rights because we go against sexular hedonist “wisdom”), I think it is time that Christians […]


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