Homosexual activist Dan Savage continues his obscenity-laced attacks on Christianity, the Bible, Rick Santorum, Tony Perkins, and conservative young people.
Dan Savage, the homosexual activist responsible for the “It Gets Better“ campaign that targets the supposed bullying of “gay” teens and young adults, has once again been caught inciting audiences with some bullying and hatred of his own. Weeks after prompting a group of students to walk out of a high school journalism conference in Seattle when he denigrated the Bible and Judeo-Christian faith and Scripture with curses and mockery, Savage was caught on video during an April 29 address at Elmhurst College in Illinois playfully suggesting that the Pope is homosexual and charging that children who identify with the homosexual lifestyle are being beaten “because of religion.”
“The Pope recently said that gay marriage is a threat to the survival of the human race, because once gay marriage is legal, everybody’s gonna get married,” LifeSiteNews.com quoted Savage as telling 1,300 students gathered at the school’s Hammerschmidt Chapel. “What the Pope is saying is there is no such thing as a straight person.” He added that “the Pope is projecting in saying nobody’s straight — not the Pope, not anybody else.” Savage’s comments included incredibly obscene sexual comments and more denigration of Christian beliefs, something for which the “anti-bullying” activist is becoming notorious.
LifeSiteNews reported that Savage “claimed the beatings of LGBT minors stemmed from the political, moral, and religious views of their parents. Students ‘watch their parents beat up gay people from afar with their checkbooks and their votes,’ he said. ‘They feel entitled to beat up that gay kid in that school, because the adults in their lives are doing and giving their blessing to it, because of religion.’”
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Photo: Dan Savage speaking at Illinois Wesleyan University in 2007.