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Gina Miller: Gay rights "championed by Godless human minions of Satan"

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On March 18, 2014, Gina Miller of BarbWire.com has written a column following the example set by anti-gay American Taliban spokespersons Scott Lively and Bill Donohue by lashing out at the decision by the brewers of Guinness, Heineken and Samuel Adams to withdraw their support from the Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade following its decision to ban LGBT groups from participating.

"Erin go Gay, as they say today!" she writes. "In the latest high-profile example of large companies bowing in subservience to the altar of homosexual debauchery, three major brewing corporations have bent to homosexual intimidation and pulled their sponsorship of the New York and Boston St. Patrick’s Day parades."

Once again, Miller doesn't know where to go from there except to scream her head off about Satanism.

"Many of us are watching the dark clouds of evil that are rolling across America, and we are saying it’s the Lord's judgment on a nation that has spit in His holy face by using the force of law to expel all vestiges of Him and His Truth from the public square," Miller writes. "The Godless human minions of Satan are aggressively working to use the force of law to mandate perversity all across our land, in all our institutions, government, military and corporations."

It's reached a point where someone who literally does nothing except scream about Satanism everywhere she looks is actually getting old.

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