The Pastor Who Backed the ‘Kill the Gays’ Bill Declares Himself ‘The Most Persecuted Man In America’—WATCH

Scott Lively the man that brought about the ghastly bill in Uganda that made it legal to kill gay people on site, has officially declared himself the most persecuted man in all of America.

According to Wonkette, “Back in 2009, Scott Lively and two other American pastors held a big conference in Uganda in order to tell government officials all about how evil gay people are, how they maybe were responsible for the entire Rwandan genocide, how they wanted to destroy families, and how best to make them all straight. It took five years, and changing “execution” to “life imprisonment,” but Uganda finally passed the Kill the Gays bill introduced immediately after Lively’s big trip. (For the record, Lively thought the whole execution thing was a bit excessive although he agreed “with the general goal.”)”

They continue, “If Scott Lively is known for one thing, he is known for really hating gay people. It is his entire personal brand. He wrote a book called The Pink Swastika in which he claimed that gay people were the ones who invented Nazism and then decided to throw themselves into concentration camps for being gay. And these are the titles of his other books!”

Seven Steps to Recruit-Proof Your Child: A Parent’s Guide to Protecting Children from Homosexuality and the “Gay” Movement (1998)
Why and How to Defeat the “Gay” Movement (2000)
Redeeming the Rainbow: A Christian Response to the “Gay” Agenda (2009)

The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks White Supremacists and hate groups says of Lively, “A veteran of the anti-gay movement, Lively has been actively propagandizing against LGBT people since the early 1990s, but he’s perhaps best-known for co-writing the thoroughly discredited, Holocaust revisionist book The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party (1995), which claims that the Nazi party was full of gay men who, because of their “savagery,” were able to carry out the Holocaust.”

They go on to say, “In 2007, he co-founded the virulently anti-gay Watchmen on the Walls, an organization currently active more in Eastern Europe than the U.S. More recently, he got a new claim to fame when he presented his virulent views about homosexuality at a 2009 anti-gay conference in Uganda that is widely believed to have played a role in the drafting of Uganda’s notorious “kill the gays” bill. Lively is president of Abiding Truth Ministries and director of Redemption Gate Mission Society, both currently based in Springfield, Mass.”

In His Own Words
“Because no matter what, [homosexuality] is still abnormal, wrong, harmful and perverse.”
– Eugene Register-Guard, Nov. 1, 1992

Now conservatives have used his condemnation by the general public to buttress their claims that it;’s the right, not the left who is being in bullied in the national rhetoric. #SMH

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