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Josh Duggar Knows So Many Gay People He Loves So Much (Audio)

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Josh Duggar, head of Family Research Council Action and one of the “19 Kids” from TLC’s reality show, wants you to know he knows a lot of gay people, and he loves them, in only the way a religious right anti-gay Christian activist can.

Josh Duggar, one of the kids from TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting” isn’t a kid anymore. Today, he’s a 26-year old Executive Director of the political arm of one of America’s most notorious anti-gay hate groups. And he gets in front of cameras and microphones a lot – not just TLC’s, but his boss’s, Tony Perkins.

Duggar sat down with Richard Land, the former head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission who stepped down after a racism and plagiarism scandal.

The pair had a lovely chat about gay people, and the gay “agenda,” and the gay “lifestyle.”

Duggar wanted everyone to know that he has lots of gay friends, but because he loves them so much, he feels obligated to share the “truth,” as he believes it to be, with them. That “truth,” of course, is the claim that all gay people are sinners who are going to hell. 

He also claimed that “the other side,” meaning liberals and people who support equality, “want to silence” the Christian right, which of course must be true since we report on them daily and record their words and transcribe them so everyone can hear and read them.

“We’re going to stand up in love,” Duggar continued, “I have so many people that I know, who are gay.” He said that “we have to go out there and we have to show them the kind of love and respect that they deserve as human beings, but we also have to stand up for our religious conscience rights and making sure that people are protected.” Note that the “people” who Duggar wants to ensure are “protected” are right-wing Christians like himself, not LGBT people.

Land chimed in and turned the conversation to a more activist route, claiming gay people’s “goal is to use the power of the state to force everyone to accept and affirm their lifestyle, and to marginalize anyone who disagrees with them.” 

He then congratulated “all the people in Fayetteville” who voted against and successfully repealed a non-discrimination ordinance. 

Duggar also said that “what makes America great” is all the people who “stand up for what they believe,” i.e., that gays are bad.

But fortunately for gay people, they have Duggar and Land to save them from a “sad, lonely lifestyle.”

“It just seemed to me that one of the cruelest jokes,” Land says according to Right Wing Watch, “the devil has ever played is to have that lifestyle described as ‘gay.’” 

 

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Georgia Republicans Push Bill Banning All Government Mandates of ‘Any Vaccination’ Including in Public Schools

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Georgia Senate Republicans are pushing a bill that would end any requirements for any vaccinations by any state or local government agency or office in the Peach State, including vaccines for children entering public school.

The bill also bans any government agency from requiring private companies or entities from requiring any proof of any vaccination.

The bill, SB 345, was filed on January 14 with five original co-sponsors. It now has 17, including state Senator Jeff Mullis, whose campaign website prominently features photos of him with former Vice President Mike Pence, and former President Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump, Jr.

“No agency shall require proof of any vaccination of any person as a condition of providing any service or access to any facility, issuing any license, permit, or other type of authorization, or performing any duty of such agency,” the bill’s text reads in part.

Georgia State Law law professor Anthony Michael Kreis posted Georgia’s school vaccine requirements, suggesting those would be optional were the bill to become law.

The CDC recommends a list of about 17 different vaccines children should have before entering school. The list includes inoculations against diseases, often deadly, including Hepatitis B, Rotavirus, Diphtheria, tetanus, & acellular pertussis, Haemophilus influenzae type b, Pneumococcal conjugate, Inactivated poliovirus, Influenza, Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), Varicella, Hepatitis A, Tetanus, diphtheria, & acellular pertussis, Human papillomavirus, Meningococcal, Meningococcal B, and Pneumococcal polysaccharide.

 

 

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Watch: Hot Mic Catches Biden Blowing Off Steam With Profane Remark Directed Towards Fox News’ Peter Doocy

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It was not a good day for Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy. First, Press Secretary Jen Psaki was clearly irked by his line of questioning as he tried to make news by framing a rise in crime as something the Biden administration has ignored, despite Fox News promoting Second Amendment “activists” and doing its best to oppose efforts to reduce poverty and efforts to counter societal ills.

Later, after the close of President Biden’s Competitiveness Council meeting, reporters continued to shout questions at the President. Among them Peter Doocy, who carelessly asked the President if rising inflation was a “liability” for the midterm elections.

“It’s a great asset – more inflation. What a stupid son of a bitch,” President Biden appeared to say sarcastically.

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Democratic Congressman Says Tucker Carlson’s Viewers ‘Upset We’re Not Siding With Russia’

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As tensions heat up between the United States and Russia over Vladimir Putin’s unlawful attacks on Ukraine one Democratic Congressman says he’s getting calls from Fox News viewers who think the U.S. should side with Russia.

“My office is now getting calls from folks who say they watch Tucker Carlson and are upset that we’re not siding with Russia in its threats to invade Ukraine, and who want me to support Russia’s ‘reasonable’ positions,” writes Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-NJ).

For nearly three years during the Obama administration, Malinowski served as Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. He now sits on the House’s Committee on Foreign Affairs, Committee on Homeland Security, and Subcommittee on Intelligence and Counterterrorism.

For years Tucker Carlson has been advancing Russian propaganda, as he did here in November of 2019, only to be forced to walk back his comments later that same evening.

U.S. Naval War College professor Tom Nichols weighed in on Rep. Malinowski’s remarks, observing “Republicans are the Russia Party now.”

“For years,” adds political commentator Jared Yates Sexton, “the American Right has been drawing together with Putinist illiberalism’s antidemocratic, Christian theocratic, white supremacist construction. The divide we have in this country breaks down along these lines. None of this is a surprise or accidental.”

“We’ve been trying to tell you for years now this was happening. The Republican Party and its growing authoritarianism sides with Putin, Orbán, and illiberalism everywhere,” he continues. “It’s an international movement and this Ukraine situation only makes that more clear.”

Propaganda and political warfare historian  and former NATO civilian official Mark R. Jacobson adds: “This is exactly how Russian disinformation/subversion works – they put out a talking point to advance their foreign policy goals & a set of perfidious pundits parrot the point.”

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