Bryan Fischer
Homosexuals commit hate crimes -- Part 2
By Bryan Fischer
May 25, 2011

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"A hate crime is usually defined by state law as one that involves threats, harassment, or physical harm and is motivated by prejudice against someone's race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation or physical or mental disability." —

Well, homosexuals have racked up another hate crime, this time perpetrated against a popular Canadian sports anchor, Damian Goddard.

Homosexuals, as a group, are the single greatest perpetrators of hate crimes on the planet, outside the Muslim religion, of course, and are providing daily proof of that assertion.

Goddard's offense, according to the P.C. Police in the homosexual movement, is that he supported Peter Vidmar in a Tweet.

Vidmar, who himself was the victim of a homosexual-inspired hate crime last week, was forced out of a role in the 2012 Olympics because he believes what his LDS religion teaches, that marriage is between one man and one woman.

Vidmar put his money where his heart is, and donated $2000 to the Prop 8 campaign in California and committed the further offense of exercising his freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and freedom to petition the government for the redress of grievances by appearing at two Prop 8 rallies.

Such a flurry of constitutionally protected pro-family activity is now a fire-able offense to the Torquemadas in the homosexual movement, and they targeted Vidmar with both threats and harassment, motivated by prejudice against his religion, and got him tossed. As I wrote on Friday, that makes Vidmar the victim of a hate crime and the "criminals" in this case are activists in the homosexual movement.

Damian Goddard is merely the latest victim in this parade of homosexual-inspired hate crimes.

Goddard ran afoul of the Thought Nazis by doing nothing more than send a Tweet or two out in support of Vidmar.

Here is the progression of Damian Goddard's Tweets:

heydamo Damian Goddard
What a load of b-s. And the thing about Vidmar is that he's such a wonderful human being.The left is truly lost.

heydamo Damian Goddard
I completely and whole-heartedly support Todd Reynolds and his support for the traditional and TRUE meaning of marriage. (Note: Todd Reynolds is a sports agent who criticized a Canadian hockey player for filming an ad in support of same-sex marriage.)

uptownhockey Uptown Sports
by heydamo
Very sad to read Sean Avery's misguided support of same-gender "marriage." Legal or not, it will always be wrong.

heydamo Damian Goddard
@room40 @EricGagetweet @uptownhockey No, Todd doesn't need any help. No, we're not in the 1500's. And no, WE don't hate.

heydamo Damian Goddard
Reynolds... Peter Vidmar... coming under the attack of the so-called 'tolerant liberal left.'

heydamo Damian Goddard
...and hear comes the storm... er, I mean the little ripple in the ocean. To all those name-callers... God bless you. And I mean that!

heydamo Damian Goddard
What a day. And tomorrow will be that much more interesting! To those who have shown great support, God bless you... it means so much!

heydamo Damian Goddard
To those who have been...well...critical of my stance, God bless you. You are all in my prayers, and I am so sad for the pain in your lives.

heydamo Damian Goddard
It is times like these when I am so thankful for my Roman Catholic faith. I would be COMPLETELY lost without it.... oh, and another thing.

When gay activists found out about these egregious acts of free expression, both of speech and religion, they rallied the Brownshirts and went after Goddard hammer and tong.

He sent his first Tweet on the subject out on May 10. By May 12, he had been fired, out of a job, career in the toaster, the victim of another hate crime perpetrated by the self-proclaimed paragons of tolerance on the left.

And make no mistake. This was a hate crime based on prejudice against Goddard's religious views. "In terms of what I said, I stand by it. I'm a devout Roman Catholic. It's not about hate at all."

Well, unfortunately for Mr. Goddard and his career, it is in fact about hate. But the hatred is not coming from him, it is coming from homosexual activists. It is their hatred for Judeo-Christian values and all who believe them that is driving this vitriolic hate crime spree.

So Goddard is simply the latest victim of hate and prejudice to be loaded into the proverbial cattle car by gay activists, perhaps never to be heard from in public again.

(Unless otherwise noted, the opinions expressed are the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Family Association or American Family Radio.)

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