The Supreme Court’s decision Friday that same sex marriages are constitutionally guaranteed hasn’t brought the love out from the left — it’s brought out their hate.
And it’s disgusting.
Jeffrey Luscombe, who describes himself as a gay, Canadian freelance writer, thought it was humorous when a black man, wearing an “Ask Me About Jesus” sweatshirt, was blown kisses by a group of men as he tried to make his way through a gay pride event.
The look of hurt on the man’s face is heartbreaking.
So Luscombe, who also describes himself as an atheist, decided to tweet his glee at the moment captured on camera.
It wasn’t long before he came to his senses and deleted the tweet. But before he did, conservative blogger Sooper Mexican took a screenshot of it and sent it out to his followers.
someone gon’ die…. pic.twitter.com/ceVOk1qMhY
— el Sooper ن (@SooperMexican) June 27, 2015
Jon Gabriel, Ricochet editor and self-described “undisputed king of stuff,” tweeted his own take, and received a response shortly after Luscombe deleted the tweet:
@exjon They deleted their tweet. Looks like someone didn’t like their bigotry being exposed.
— Matthew Carberry (@CarberryMatthew) June 27, 2015
— jon gabriel (@exjon) June 27, 2015
Soon, others began weighing in — straight and gay:
@exjon Gay Supremacists ridiculing Black Christian
— Derma Faire (@DermaFaire) June 29, 2015
— Occam’s Whetstone™ (@Harry_Bergeron) June 28, 2015
— PopArt (@PopArtNJ) June 28, 2015
— Bexcee (@ignorancecosts) June 29, 2015
— aMOMynous (@aMOMynous2015) June 27, 2015
— Mikexxxx (@Mikexxxx1) June 27, 2015
@SooperMexican mad respect to that guy for standing there and taking it.
— Justin Moran (@Jmicmoto13) June 27, 2015
@SooperMexican Mommy, why are those mean white folks aggressively taunting that respectable black man?
— Stephen Cromwell (@NewProtectorate) June 27, 2015
@SooperMexican This is the kind of harassment feminists say women put up with All The Time. Where’s the outrage?
— Just little ol’ L (@lredelinghuys) June 27, 2015
In an NBC News “Meet the Press” interview Sunday, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal told host Chuck Todd that he feared Friday’s ruling may lead to an attack on religious freedom.
“Here’s where the next fight’s going. I think the left is now going to go after our First Amendment rights,” he said. “I think it is wrong for the federal government to force Christian individuals, businesses, pastors and churches to participate in wedding ceremonies that violate our sincerely held religious beliefs.”
It’s already begun.
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