-- Head of the Pennsylvania Family Institute (for 23 years)

 

Facts

-- Stokes fears about trans bathroom accommodations: “We have some questions as to why they would be following a social trend that some parents might think would put their children at risk”...“Ultimately, what this Hershey policy and what Target’s policies and what these laws are saying is anybody can have access to any restroom they want based on what they think is in their head,” Geer said. “Most people that we talk to, especially women, are very concerned about who is going to come in behind them.” 

-- Claims God will not be pleased by and will not bless a nation with same-sex marriage because it runs "contrary to God's design"

-- Defended Rick Santorum's infamous "man on dog" comments by saying: ""It's a sound legal argument: If the justices overturn the Texas law and hold sodomy to be a constitutional right on the grounds of privacy, then laws against bigamy, incest, polygamy, adultery and other purely 'private' sexual relationships must also be unconstitutional."

-- When Judge Walker determined same-sex couples have a right to marry, Geer asked: "So you could marry a four-year-old girl?  Can you marry your cousin?  Can you marry your sister?"  In same interview, said Walker's ruling was "a tragedy"

-- Responds to TV shows like Modern Family by suggesting gays turn their kids into "second class citizens" (*first voice is host Mark Daniels; second voice is Geer)

-- In the 1990s, opposed hate crimes protections amid claims that gays "choose their lifestyles"

-- Says anti-bullying programs are just part of a "leftist agenda" to "promote homosexuality"

-- In regard to nondiscrimination laws that prevent discrimination against LGBTQ consumers, Geer says: "I'm not so sure this is America anymore."

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