Rick Scarborough

-- Pastor and founder of Vision America

 

Facts

-- Says that the AIDS epidemic is God's "judgement as a result of an immoral act" (at 0:10 mark) and calls it "a homosexual disease" (at 0:27 mark).

-- Says of gays: "Those who engage in unnatural acts should hang their heads in shame – so should the president who asks us to celebrate their sinful lifestyle."

-- Has suggested the filing of a class action lawsuit against homosexuality

-- Told his followers who support hate crimes protections for LGBT people that they will have "the blood of martyrs on your hands"

-- Wrote column directly comparing gays to pedophiles: "Who says Sandusky’s Behavior Was Wrong?"

-- On gays and "change": "..to fail to call homosexuals to repent of their sin and come to Jesus, is the highest form of cowardice and sin for it denies homosexuals of the privilege of hearing the good news that Jesus forgives all sin and can set them free.  The real hate speech is that which perverts the Word of God to fit the latest cultural fad."

-- “If this country becomes 30 percent Hispanic, we will no longer be America."

-- Says America "deserves judgment" for Obama policies

-- Says it's "abuse of language to call 'sodomites' gay"; says laws sending gays to prison were "based on the Bible"

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Kevin McCullough

-- Radio host, "The Kevin McCullough Show”

-- Regular fill-in for AFA's Bryan Fischer

 

Facts

-- Said being gay kills people (9:34 - 10:41)  [**After we posted this, Kevin or someone on his team "privated" the video]

Paul McHugh

-- University Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

-- Former member of the United State Conference of Catholic Bishop's National Review Board

 

Facts

-- Refers to homosexuality as "erroneous desire"

James Meeks

-- Preacher and leader of the African-American Clergy Coalition

-- Former state lawmaker and candidate for mayor of Chicago

 

Facts

-- Has preached that homosexuality is "an evil sickness"

-- Says same-sex marriage will always be wrong: "that ain't natural"

Jennifer Roback Morse

-- President of the Ruth Institute, which, from 20082013, was a project of NOM’s “Marriage Education Fund”

 

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