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Pundit: Same-sex marriage is ‘far worse’ than 9/11

Nick Duffy July 9, 2015

A right-wing commentator has claimed that same-sex marriage is worse than the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Following the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage last month, a number of activists have compred the ruling to the attacks, in which 2,977 died.

Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association, which has ties with a number of senior Republicans, claimed the court had “blown up twin towers of truth and righteousness” by letting gay couples marry.

However, writing for BarbWire, anti-gay activist Timothy Buchanan takes the ridiculous rhetoric further – claiming that equality for loving couples is actually worse than the deaths of nearly 3000 people.

He insisted: “Friday, June 26th 2015 was a disastrous day for America, far worse than September 11, 2001.

“The Supreme Court’s lawless and un-Constitutional ruling to strike down same-sex marriage bans in the United States was a reckless and sinister act that will affect every American for years to come.”

The pundit ranted: “The rabid LGBT minions are coming after your treasure, your children and grandchildren, and even your very soul.

“They will now begin to indoctrinate children in public schools and government-subsidized day care centers, introducing them to homosexuality and trans-sexuality.

“That is the reason for the push for Universal Pre-Kindergarten by Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine and others.

“They know that a child’s moral code is firmly established by age six, and they want to get hold of kids at ages 3, 4 and 5 in order to indoctrinate them into their depraved vision of domestic carnality.”

More: 9/11, Anti-gay, bombings, death, homophobic, right wing, terror, terrorist, US

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