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Republican lawmaker: Gays will demand to have sex in Christian people’s houses

Nick Duffy May 5, 2016
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A Republican state congressman has claimed that gay people will soon demand the right to have sex in the houses of good honest Christians.

Gordon Klingenschmitt, a member to the Colorado House of Representatives, made the astounding claim on his internet TV show, Pray In Jesus Name.

The Republican, who was elected with nearly 70% of the vote in 2014 despite a long history of homophobia, claimed there is now “nothing you can do” to stop gay people bonking all over your house.

He said: “There is a spirit of persecution that is coming out of this homosexual movement, and it’s not enough that they get weddings in their own private churches.

“They want to come to your church, they want to come to your business, they might even come to your home.”

“If you are a bed and breakfast owner, they’ll come right into your home and demand to have sex in your guest bedroom and there’s nothing you can do, they say, to deny them service because they have a right to violate your freedom.”

He continued: “That is an evil spirit of persecution.

“There are also evil spirits influencing them to come after the church and we’ve got to stand up, not necessarily against the humans, we’ve got to stand up against Satan, who is inside of them.”

Klingenschmitt – a disgraced former Navy chaplain – has a history of making hate-filled anti-gay comments.

He previously claimed that gay soldiers cause problems in the military by “taking breaks on the combat field to change diapers”, because their “treacherous sin” means they “lose control of their bowels”.

He also claimed that “liberals demand public access to rape your girls” by allowing “transgenders” to use female toilets.

He previously claimed that gay people deserve homophobic discrimination.

He said: “If your heart is full of corruption or sin or immorality – in this case, homosexuality – then you should be discriminated against.”

Related topics: Gordon Klingenschmitt, Homophobia, LGBT, US

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