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Christian activist claims children will be ‘forced’ into gay relationships

Nick Duffy July 5, 2015

The head of a Christian law firm has claimed that young children will now be “forced” to experiment with gay sex.

Mat Staver, the head of the anti-gay Liberty Counsel, made the comments after the US Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right.

Speaking on VCY America, he warned: “Just wait… watch what’s going to happen. It’s just a matter of time.

“No question about it. This is the marching of the kids through the public schools and the indoctrination. This is the, this is going to be an assault on them of unprecedented proportions as well.

“When they go into the schools, even schools that want to resist – the Department of Education’s going to threaten their funding if you don’t do this LGBT policy.

Schools are going to be changing the curriculum, they’re going to be infiltrating the schools.

“I’m not in favour of bullying, but what they’re talking about is not bullying. What they’re talking about is ‘Hey, you need to experiment as a kindergarten with whether you’re male or female. You need to, like, have some experiments and go out and have same-sex relationships’.”

“This is happening now, and it will happen at a more rapid pace.”

He also compared Christians who oppose gay rights to Jewish people living in Nazi Germany.

He said: “This is the time like of the Nazi Germany when they’d knock on your door.

“Is there a Jew in your house? Well, if you say yes, than the Jew is dead; if you say ‘no,’ then you’re dead.

“What are you gonna do? You gonna protect the person? Or are you gonna save your own skin?”

Listen to the comments via Right Wing Watch below:

More: Anti-gay, Christian, Education, Employment, Equality, forced, Gay, homophobic, liberty counsel, mat staver, school, Sex, US

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