Gorsuch: Sodomite Marriage “settled law”

“Conservatives” are afraid to stand up for traditional marriage for fear of being called “homophobic.”

Judge Neil Gorsuch did not give opponents of sodomite marriage any support during his Congressional testimony.

That’s disappointing.

Liberal judges completely ignore precedent and settled law. We need saboteurs on the bench to offset the liberal stooges who work in secret for Soros and the New World Order.

Excerpt from Yahoo

WASHINGTON — Judge Neil Gorsuch referred to the Supreme Court’s recent same-sex marriage decision as “settled law,” using a stronger phrase than he has for other legal precedents.

Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., asked Gorsuch to explain how his views on marriage equality have changed since 2004, when the George W. Bush administration was pushing for ballot initiatives that banned the practice in states.

Gorsuch replied that sharing his “personal views” would send a misleading signal to the American people that he might be inclined to rule one way or another on future cases that come up on the subject.
“It’s settled law?” Franken interrupted.

“It’s absolutely settled law,” Gorsuch replied.

But, the judge added: “There’s ongoing litigation about its impact and its application right now.”

Gorsuch used stronger language in describing the Supreme Court’s 2015 same-sex marriage decision than he did when asked about the court’s 1973 ruling in Roe v. Wade in favor of a woman’s right to have an abortion.

Earlier during the second day of his confirmation hearing, Democratic senators pressed Gorsuch to explain whether he believed Roe v. Wade was a “superprecedent” that should not be struck down. Gorsuch replied that it had been upheld repeatedly and was a precedent of the Supreme Court, but did not go so far as to call it “settled law.”

Asked how he would have voted on the Supreme Court case striking down a city’s handgun ban as violating the Second Amendment, Gorsuch again referred to it as a “precedent” that a good judge should not approach “as if it had never been decided.”

While “settled law” has no specific legal meaning, it has undertones that have come up in previous confirmation hearings. Justice Samuel Alito declined to call Roe settled law, for example, in his confirmation hearing in 2006, saying that he instead viewed Roe as “a precedent that has now been on the books for several decades.”

Gorsuch has thus far not described any other case as settled law. He called Marbury v. Madison, the 1803 decision that established the Supreme Court’s right to judicial review, the “cornerstone” of the legal system. And he described New York Times v. Sullivan, a 1964 decision that raised the standard for public officials for proving libel charges, a “landmark” decision.

If “settled law” has no precise legal meaning, then why even use that term. Its use by Gorsuch is not a good sign. I’m just so sorry that Obama (or somebody) was able to murder Justice Antonin Scalia and get away with it.

Flashback: Campbell’s Two Dads Ad Promotes Child Rape by Homosexuals

No, not the cutest ad ever. One of the sickest. From 2015.

Everyone knows that faggots adopt children to rape or molest them, or at least to mind fuck them. I saw this very thing at the university. The mixed race boy in this video is going to suffer. So will children watching the ad.

The two faggots featured in the ad are a real life “couple,” meaning they are sodomites whose lives revolve inserting their penises into each other’s anuses.

Here’s the disgusting ad:

One Million Moms responds:

Campbell’s Soup is glorifying this unnatural marriage. One Million Moms believes family is based on love, but this does not justify normalizing sin. 1MM does not agree with the need for Campbell’s to support same sex marriages or couples.

Companies should advertise the quality of their products. It is no longer about the product but about their cause. They should not be highlighting who is attracted to whom or who sleeps with whom. This is a marketing decision Campbell’s will regret.

This gay-inclusive commercial is attempting to desensitize viewers. There is concern about the way this ad is pushing the LGBT agenda, but an even greater concern is the way that they are attempting to redefine “family” and “real marriage.”

Anti-Sodomite Negro Pastor Refuses to Turn Over Sermons to Georgia Government


The enemy’s war on Christians has another battlefield.

Heroic black pastor Dr. Eric Walsh refuses to compromise his Christian belief system no matter the pressure from the state.

Christian Post

A Seventh-day Adventist lay minister who says he was fired by Georgia’s Department of Public Health after officials were assigned to watch and review the content of his sermons, says he will not comply with the state’s request that he hand over his sermons for review by state attorneys.

As previously reported, Dr. Eric Walsh, a leading health expert who was appointed to President Obama’s Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDs, was hired by the state agency in early May 2014 and was scheduled to begin working in June 2016.

However, when officials at the DPH learned that Walsh’s conservative views on marriage had been met with protests from LGBT activists when he was selected as a commencement speaker at Pasadena City College, the agency decided to launch an investigation into Walsh’s preaching and a week later, DPH asked Walsh to submit copies of his sermons.

An email sent by DPH’s director of human resources indicates that DPH employees were specifically assigned to listen to hours of Walsh’s sermons.

After employees watched the sermons, a meeting with Walsh was arranged to discuss his views and future with the agency. Ultimately, the DPH ended up rescinding Walsh’s employment.

With the help of the First Liberty Institute, Walsh filed an official charge of discrimination with the U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission in September 2014. The complaint claims that the DPH fired Walsh because of the content of his sermons. According to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it is illegal to make employment decisions based on a person’s religion.

On Sep. 28, the state of Georgia filed a Request for Production of Documents, which gave Walsh 33 days to respond to the state’s request that he turn over a number of documents pertaining to the case that also included copies of his sermons, all documents relating to his ministerial training, and all documents relating to his service as a pastor.

“Please produce a copy of your sermon notes and/or transcripts,” the document states.

First Liberty Senior Counsel Jeremy Dys, who is handling Walsh’s case, asserted in a statement that the state government is “demanding” the pastor hand over copies of his sermons and is an “excessive display of the government overreaching its authority and violating the sanctity of the Church.”

“No government has the right to require a pastor to turn over his sermons,” Walsh said in a statement. “I cannot and will not give up my sermons unless I am forced to do so.”

In a statement on Wednesday, First Liberty formally announced that Walsh will not hand over his sermons to the state.

“The state insists that it did not fire Walsh over his religious beliefs or sermons. If that’s true, why is it demanding copies of his sermons now?” Dys said. “It’s clear the government fired Walsh over his religious beliefs, which is blatant religious discrimination.”

The state’s demand that Walsh hand over his sermons comes after the city of Houston subpoenaed the sermons of five conservative pastors in 2014 after they led a petition effort to put Mayor Annise Parker’s transgender bathroom ordinance up for referendum. As with the subpoenas of the Houston pastors in 2014, Georgia’s request for Walsh to hand over his sermons is not sitting well with religious freedom advocates.

“This demand for Eric Walsh’s sermons, sermons notes, and ministerial documentation is an alarming display of government intrusion into the sanctity of the church, pastor’s study, and pulpit,” Family Research Council president and ordained Pastor, Tony Perkins, said in a statement. “This is something that I would have expected to see in a communist country, not America. The pulpit is to be governed only by the Word of God. Government scrutiny of speech in the pulpit is unconstitutional, and unconscionable.”

The director of FRC’s Center for Religious Liberty, Travis Weber, added: “We’ve recently seen the former mayor of Houston issue subpoenas against pastors in Houston, Texas, seeking their sermons. This action against Walsh is another unjust assault on people of faith, including the pulpit itself. This cannot go unchallenged.”

The government has no right to see this man’s sermons. They want to try to portray him and thus all Bible believing people as monsters for simply following God’s word. Screw the government. And good luck to the Eric Walsh.

(((Harvard Professor:))) Treat Christians and Conservatives Like They are Nazis at End of WW II


Exactly how were “Nazis” treated after World World II? Well, I know the Soviets raped German women. And I know that Eisenhower deliberately starved a million German prisoners of war to death.

Is that what leftist true believer Jew Mark Tushnet has in mind?

The following article appeared on May 10 of this year.

Washington Times

A Harvard law professor has called for liberals to begin treating like Nazis those who subscribe to Christian or conservative beliefs.

In a Friday blog post at Balkinization, Mark Tushnet said conservatives and Christians have lost the culture wars, and now the question is “how to deal with the losers.”

“My own judgment is that taking a hard line (‘You lost, live with it’) is better than trying to accommodate the losers,” he wrote.

“Trying to be nice to the losers didn’t work well after the Civil War, nor after Brown,” Mr. Tushnet wrote, citing the Supreme Court case on segregation. “And taking a hard line seemed to work reasonably well in Germany and Japan after 1945.”

Mr. Tushnet said liberals should stop being so hesitant to advance their agenda through the judiciary, saying a majority of federal judges have been appointed by Democratic presidents, and they need not worry “reversal by the Supreme Court” now that former Associate Justice Antonin Scalia is dead.

But Heritage Foundation senior research fellow Ryan T. Anderson argued that liberals have already used the judiciary unrelentingly to advance their prerogatives when the democratic process fails.

As long as there is one decent man or woman of courage left, the culture wars have not been lost. Battles have been lost, but the war will rage on.

I look forward to reading Tushnet’s obituary in the press. That will be a victory in and of itself.

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Faggot “Love:” Elton John’s “Husband” Has Been Cheating on Him

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Is Elton’s anal opening worn out? Why did his husband in anal marriage cheat on him?

Enquiring minds want to know.

This is the story that’s been blocked by British judges because of privacy laws.


Pop Goes The News — Do Elton John and his Canadian husband David Furnish have an open relationship — or has Furnish been cheating on the music icon?

The front page of the April 18 edition of the National Enquirer, now on newsstands, declares: “Elton John Betrayed by Cheating Husband!”

But, only three paragraphs into its three-page article, the tabloid reports that lawyers for Elton John said Furnish did not have an affair because the singer knew about the relationship.

The Enquirer‘s sister publication, Star, published a nearly identical story in its April 18 edition.

Elton was able to block publication of the exposé in Britain, where there are stricter privacy laws. (The court-ordered injunction does not apply outside England and Wales but reps for Elton and Furnish are going to great lengths to threaten media outlets — including Pop Goes The News.)

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SPLC Files Complaint to Remove Alabama Chief Justice Due to Anal Marriage Order


The Jews at the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) hate all aspects of Christianity. They also have long memories. Judge Roy Moore is associated in the public mind with the display of the Ten Commandments.

Any excuse to remove him from the bench will do.


MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore — ousted from office more than a decade ago over a Ten Commandments display — now faces possible removal from the bench over his effort to block gay marriage from coming to that state after the U.S. Supreme Court effectively legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

The Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission on Friday filed ethics charges against Moore, saying that the state chief justice abused the power of his office and displayed disrespect for the judiciary. Moore, 69, has been automatically suspended from the bench until there is a resolution.

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Goofy Kasich: Hounded into Saying Gay People ‘Probably’ Born That Way

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Someone asked losing anti-Trump stalking horse John Kasich if gays were born that way. He was hounded into saying yes.

Someone should ask Hillary if pedophiles and zoophiles are born that way. A sexual preference for children and animals is no more or less perverted than a sexual preference for you own sex.

Kasich should have said, “I don’t know.” Some gays and lesbians admit it was a choice for them.

Excerpt from NBC News

Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Friday was pressed by a man in California to answer whether or not he believed people are born gay, setting off a lengthy and somewhat testy exchange that resulted in the Republican presidential candidate declaring that he believes gay people are “probably” born that way.

“Do you believe that some people are born gay?” asked Kelly Bryan, 62, of San Francisco, who attended the Commonwealth Club of California event where Kasich was the featured guest. He later described himself as a Democrat who plans to vote for Hillary Clinton.

“I’m a 62-year-old gay man who came out to both of my parents at 19,” Bryan said. “And I’ve been gay for 45, over 40 years. Gay people are human beings and not a lifestyle choice. Please respond without prayer being an answer.”

The next nearly 7 minutes set off a somewhat heated back-and-forth that the moderator tried to end numerous times while Kasich allowed it to continue.

Kasich first launched into describing what religion means to him and that he believes “we’d all be better off in this country if we prayed more.” Then, without answering the man’s initial question, he turned to the issue of religious liberty laws, as he generally does when he’s asked about LGBT issues. “In terms of me, I don’t believe in discrimination, I think there is a balance, however, between discrimination and people’s religious liberties,” Kasich said.

“But I think we should just try to, like, take a chill pill, relax, and try to get along with one another a little bit better instead of trying to write some law to solve a problem that doesn’t frankly exist in big enough numbers to justify more lawmaking.”

When Bryan challenged him again on if people are born gay, Kasich first tried to dodge an answer. “I’m not gonna get into all the analysis of this or that, I’m not gonna do that,” he said. As the moderator tried to move the conversation along to the next question, Kasich bounced back. “You know, sir, probably. I mean, I don’t, I don’t know how it all works, okay? I mean, look. Are they? You know, probability they are. Okay?”

Murderers may be born that way too because they carry the violence gene. Are we to let them off the hook for their acts for that reason?