Kevin Swanson: LGBT Nondiscrimination Laws May Protect Murderers And Rapists

Colorado pastor and radio host Kevin Swanson is quite proud of the Pennsylvania bridal shop that denied service to a lesbian couple this month, and Swanson spoke with his “Generations Radio” co-host Bill Jack today about the need for more businesses to stand up to gays and lesbians. If not, Swanson warned, then shops will soon be forced to honor murderers, rapists, animal abusers and pedophiles.

A lesbian couple shopping for wedding dresses are “not unlike serial killers walking into a trophy shop requesting a plaque that indicates the accomplishments of the serial killer,” Swanson said. He then warned that organizations like Toastmasters may be forced to give speeches honoring rapists or groups like NAMBLA may coerce Chuck E. Cheese restaurants into hosting “a party involving eight to twelve-year-old boys from Thailand.”

Jack added: “Maybe somebody comes in and they want to celebrate torturing puppies and they want it photographed by a photographer.”

Swanson added that gays want to punish and torture anyone who disagrees with them like the North Korean regime: “You want the kind of enthusiasm you get out of the North Korean crowds when the premier shows up, if anybody isn’t yelling and screaming then they’re going to be tortured. That’s the way homosexuals handle their homosexuality, once they’re out of the closet, if everybody isn’t enthusiastic, you better be yelling and screaming and bringing the party favors.”

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