Ed Team

Blame the victim: It's a big gay conspiracy

Filed By Ed Team | April 02, 2010 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: blame the victim, hate crimes against LGBT people, Indiana Family Institute, LGBT rights, Ryan McCann, unchecked homophobia

"Despite their efforts to make every violent crime look like a hate crime against their lifestyle, the number of hate crimes committed against individuals based upon "sexual orientation" remains minuscule. In fact, the amount of violence we see from self-identified "GLBT" activists (given the fact that they only represent 1-3% of the American population) when someone disagrees with them or they don't get their way (remember the violent aftermath of Proposition 8 passing in California for example) is the real story."

-- Indiana Family Institute Public Policy Director Ryan McCann writing on the group's blog.


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and the numbers to back up that ludicrous statement are...


...where?

Yet another nefarious organization hijacking the word 'family' in order to advance a singular agenda that is very UN-family. Do they likewise minimze violence against children?