The American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer and Buster Wilson have recently embraced the term “Big Gay” to describe gay rights advocates as part of an attempt by the group to negatively depict the gay community, much like how “Big Tobacco” is used in anti-smoking campaigns. Yesterday while speaking to Sandy Rios, AFA president Tim Wildmon said that his organization will never stop fighting “Big Gay” and exposing the “destructive lifestyle and behavior” of gays and lesbians. Rios warned that the “homosexual movement” is “moving in lightning speed,” denouncing a new California law limiting ex-gay therapy and criticizing the Justice Department, the FBI and the CIA for hiring openly gay employees.
Wildmon: What we reject is the idea that you can take homosexuality which in the Bible is defined as a sin and you look in Romans 1, it’s unnatural, it’s immoral, it’s unhealthy, and laud it and call it wonderful and say this is the same as heterosexuality. It is not. Now you can sin outside of marriage heterosexually as well, this is true, but we don’t call it wonderful and gay and have pride parades about it. We know this is a destructive lifestyle and behavior and these people need Jesus to save them from it, so that’s what we talk about here on this network. Yes we talk about the politics of what we call now Big Gay, the homosexual agenda, and we need to confront it, and when you do you are going to be called hateful, that comes with the territory now. But we also need to talk about as individuals what these people need, they need what we all need and we need the Lord.
Rios: This whole business of what’s going on in the homosexual movement we’ve got to cover here on the show and I’ve got to get to that because California just yesterday became the first state to ban gay reparative therapy for kids. I mean, there’s so many stories coming out it’s just moving in lightning speed. At the Justice Department, so many homosexual men and women are being hired to serve at Justice and now that is extending to the FBI and CIA. I can go on and on about what’s happening in our country.