The Most Offensive Fifteen Minutes of TV Ever

The Most Offensive Fifteen Minutes of TV Ever

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“WARNING: Your children and grandchildren are being re-educated in public schools to accept the gay lifestyle as normal. WARNING: They are being taught that it is normal to have two daddies or two mommies.”

Uhhh…it is normal. It may not be as common at having both a mother and a father, but just like having just a mother, or just a father, or a mother+stepfather+father+stepmother, or a foster mother or any other combination of legal guardians who love and care for you, it is absolutely and obviously perfectly normals.

Hundreds of thousands of children in the United States alone are being raised today by same-sex couples. We’re well past the point of arguing whether this is normal behavior or not. The fact of the matter is that it is happening. Get over it.

Some greatest hits include:

“Is this the course that nations take just before their final destruction?”

“There’s a supernatural spell being cast in public schools to control your children!”

“You cannot possibly be a practicing homosexual and a follower of Jesus Christ at the same time.”

He gave his sexuality to Jesus, and he became heterosexual. How do I know it? Because he got attracted to my sister-in-law, Robin, who you knew, and they were happily married until he passed away a few years ago, and she said everything was totally normal.” Right-o, buddy. That situation is totally normal, but a child having two mothers is not. Riiiight.

The crazy quotes in this clip are like Pokemon, there’s too many to catch them all! What are you favorites?

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