The African American leader of US group Conservative Mothers for America claims that there is a powerful growing ‘gay supremacy’ movement that is worse than the white supremacy movement – which she could tolerate more because at least those racists were Christians.
Mary Baker, a speaker for the Tea Party Express, made the claims in an article for Tea Party Nation which warned that America needed to take a similar approach to putting down ‘Gay Supremacy’ like it had the white supremacist movement.
‘When white supremacy tried to make a mark in American history it was viciously attacked quickly put down by the people of our nation,’ Baker wrote.
‘But Gay Supremacy is becoming a monster that carries greater evils than white supremacy ever did. White Supremacy was focused on how a group of people felt about another group of people. They created various barriers for those they hated and their views about their superiority to others provided the frame work for the citizens of this nation to search their hearts and understand that God has created every person in His image.
‘However Gay Supremacy’s hate reaches much farther than a specific group of people. The[re] is no common ground that can be reached. The[re] is no searching of the heart or consideration of God’s principles. Their hate is generated only by self-centeredness and hate for anyone who disagrees with them.
‘Any person who disagrees with their evil beliefs will be viciously attacked and destroyed.’
Baker wrote that as an African American Christian woman she found white supremacists more tolerable than the LGBTI rights movement.
‘I could disagree with the beliefs of white supremacist[s] and still hold to Biblical views about life, marriage and sexuality,’ Baker wrote.
‘Many people in America fought against their own kind in order to rid us of this hateful group but Gay supremacist[s] have bullied every sector of our nation and now sit as the giant bully against all Americans who disagree with their radical agenda.
‘Christians are not bigots because we don’t embrace immoral lifestyles. Currently gay supremacist[s] point their anguish at Christians but anyone who stand opposed to the Gay supremacist is game for utter annihilation.’