Another day, another anti-gay hypocrite exposed
Updated: October 16, 2012 at 1:29 pm
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Christian magazine WORLD reports on popular right-wing, evangelical nutball Dinesh D’souza, the racist and homophobic author of “The Roots of Obama’s Rage,” the basis of the new anti-Obama movie “Obama: 2016.” Guess who’s getting divorced? Oh, that whole sanctity of marriage thing and “until death do us part” does not apply here, you know.
About 2,000 people gathered on Sept. 28 at First Baptist North in Spartanburg, S.C., to hear high-profile Christians speak on defending the faith and applying a Christian worldview to their lives. Among the speakers: Eric Metaxas, Josh McDowell, and—keynote speaker for the evening—best-selling author, filmmaker, and Christian college president Dinesh D’Souza.
D’Souza’s speech earned him a standing ovation and a long line at the book-signing table immediately afterward. Although D’Souza has been married for 20 years to his wife, Dixie, in South Carolina he was with a young woman, Denise Odie Joseph II, and introduced her to at least three people as his fiancée.
Folks in the evangelical world are upset by what seems to be D’Souza’s unrepentant infidelity.
Us, gays, though, we’re used to it. Another day ending in “-y” and another right-wing, homophobic, “traditional marriage” supporter exposed as a hypocrite who can’t even uphold the sanctity of his own marriage whilst he travels the globe trying to ruin our lives and relationships and take away our civil rights. Yup, just another Tuesday.
For more in D’Souza’s background catch this “Know Your Right Wingers” piece from Campus Progress.
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