Jospeh Farah, an ultra conservative editor of WND says gay marriage is 'one of the most radical ideas considered since child sacrifice'
Marriage equality is ‘one of the most radical ideas considered since child sacrifice’ according to Joseph Farah, founder and CEO of World Net Daily, a right-wing US portal.
In an editorial, Farah ranted: ‘The Conservative Political Action Conference is for conservatives – not for people who seek to undermine the Judeo-Christian basis of Western civilization with one of the most radical ideas considered since child sacrifice’.
Farah has been angered by the fact that ‘dozens of Republicans – including top advisers to former President George W. Bush, four former governors and two members of Congress – have signed a legal brief arguing in favor of same-sex marriage.
‘The document will be submitted this week to the Supreme Court in support of a suit seeking to strike down Proposition 8, a California ballot initiative barring same-sex marriage, and all similar bans. The court will hear back-to-back arguments next month in that case and another pivotal gay-rights case that challenges the 1996 federal Defense of Marriage Act’.
Farah goes on to name the republicans which have signed the brief adding: ‘What do all these people have in common?
‘They are not conservatives’.
Farah has a long history of hate-speech against LGBT people.
He previously alleged that gays are ‘collaborating’ with the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ to weaken America.
He has also claimed that gay people are worse for America than the Ku Klux Klan and has compared gay people to ‘swinging’ adulterers.
Farah, who is no stranger to anti-gay conspiracy theories has previously empathically supported Scott Lively’s ideas that the Nazis were a ‘gay cult’.
Interestingly a blogger for the Democratic Underground has alleged that he had gay-sex many years ago with Farah, although his claim has never been verified.