Bryan Fischer
November 14, 2011
Homosexual bigots commit hate crimes, Part 13: Gay TV star beat up
By Bryan Fischer

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Now hate-filled homosexual bigots are getting physical — against their own kind.

A homosexual actor in a reality TV show ("A-List Dallas") was punched in the left eye, knocked to the ground and bloodied up on Friday night by a fellow homosexual, a member of the Gaystapo who resents his friendship with conservative pundit Ann Coulter. When he was punched in the face, he fell into some glass when he hit the ground, which caused the bleeding.

A picture shows the actor, Taylor Garrett, with a bloody ear and a bloody shirt.

His car was also keyed by the assailant, who scratched "F--k Coulter" in large letters on the door. So we can add vandalism to the list of charges in this homophobic hate crime.

And this is an actual homophobic hate crime — this time it was an active homosexual who was the target of this life-threatening rage and vitriol.

And it happened at a birthday party! Is nothing sacred in homosexual circles anymore?

Last month, he had a rock with a threatening note attached thrown through his living room window.

All this came as a result of filming a lunch with Ann Coulter for his reality TV show. He has been the subject of "harassment and threats" ever since.

Let's review the definition of a hate crime, shall we, class?

"A hate crime is usually defined by state law as one that involves threats, harassment, or physical harm and is motivated by prejudice against someone's race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation or physical or mental disability." — USLegal.com

While he calls himself a "gay conservative" — there is no such thing, because homosexuality is not a conservative value — he correctly observes that his friendship with Coulter is an unpardonable sin in winger-left circles. He refuses to live on the Democratic "plantation," and so had to be punished for trying to escape on the underground railroad.

The folks that went after runaway slave Dred Scott to bring him back into slavery evidently have risen from the dead and gone after Taylor Garrett. It's spooked him enough that he's unlikely to return to the TV show next season.

Garrett's illusions about homosexual activists have disappeared in the fog created by their hatred. "I would've thought people would have been a little more tolerant considering that our community advocates for tolerance, but it has been nothing but mean spirited attacks."

Welcome to the club.

Homosexual activists have their own version of Sharia law and their own version of jihad, and Taylor Garrett ran afoul of their Sharia law and thus became a victim of gay jihad as a result.

I have been widely pilloried for correctly reminding the public that although Nazis did punish homosexuals who didn't fit their mold (the effeminate kind), they were almost without exception homosexuals themselves. Well, you can ask Taylor Garrett if homosexuals ever attack homosexuals, and he'll set your mind straight on that one.

Garrett gamely tries to make the case that all of us in the pro-family community make, that "just because you don't support gay marriage doesn't make you a bigot, doesn't mean you hate gay people, it just means you disagree on gay issues." He correctly observes that the left has "demonized" anyone who will not meekly capitulate to their rage-fueled demands for recognition of homosexual "marriage."

He's learned the hard way that gay activists are so rabidly committed to their cause that speaking the truth has now become a hate crime in their book, and free speech is synonymous with hate speech in their twisted view of the world and human sexuality.

Our list of hate crimes committed by pro-homosexual bigots just since last spring is now up to a baker's dozen. And something tells me we're not going to be able to stop counting for a long time.

(Unless otherwise noted, the opinions expressed are the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Family Association or American Family Radio.)

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