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Erik Rush warns that liberals plan to persecute gay people

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Erik Rush, the man who believes Obama should be violently overthrown for trying to obliterate 90% of the U.S. population with nuclear bombs or an EMP attack, that asking for proof is a "liberal ruse" and that anybody who questions him should be put on trial for treason, continues to disprove his own conspiracy theories simply by continuing to be let out of the house without adult supervision.

Rush's latest tirade is that members of the LGBT community should not be supporting progressive causes or candidates because, he predicts, the future progressive government will one day outlaw homosexuality and begin persecuting gay people.

As those of you who are even vaguely familiar with Rush have likely already guessed, Rush has nothing to base this on except his usual insistence that liberalism is a close relative of Nazism, Communism and Sharia law, all of which "do not tolerate homosexuality" since "they know countries or societies without a moral center don’t survive."

"What's going to happen is the political left is going to turn around once they are done using these people and they are going to start persecuting them," Rush charged.

This was followed by a rousing round of self-administered fellatio in which he boasted about how intelligent he is.

Of course, were Rush even one tenth as intelligent as he presumes himself to be, he would have taken into account the countless number of conservatives -- including fellow contributors to WorldNetDaily -- who have attacked the LGBT community, if not called outright for the immediate re-criminalization of homosexuality, upon which he should have realized all he was doing by defending gays was upsetting his own brain-dead audience.



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