Uncle Joe Rolls out the Hate Card

Uncle Joe Biden was out pandering to the transgender crowd and came up with another jewel of a thought process. Basically, Christians are an evil people who hate non Christians and transgenders in particular. That is what is inferred in his latest little speech. Perhaps Joe Biden missed that part in the Bible where Christians are to love their neighbors. He obviously cannot draw the distinction between caring for a person while disagreeing with their behavior. He is blind to his faulty belief that if you don’t like their someone’s behavior, you don’t like them. That must be the way Uncle Joe rolls. But is not how the Church is commanded to operate.

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As Written By Onan Coca, Eagle Rising:

Last week President Obama and Vice President Biden both marked the “International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia” by making silly, condescending statements. Lost amidst the hoopla were the implications of the statement made by VP Biden, who seemingly argued that the “rights” of homosexuals were being violated by the simple fact that Christianity continues to exist. In fact, the VP argued that liberals would not rest until they put an end to the “hatred” of “religious condemnation” toward deviant sexuality.

Yes, folks. Today in America, the simple fact that we Christians exist means that gays rights are being “violated.”

My father taught me the simple notion that everyone, everywhere is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect. When it comes to LGBT people, that simple proposition has been painfully difficult to accomplish over the years. But in the last decade, thanks to the astounding bravery of the LGBT community and those who have championed their cause, the United States has ……

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Joe Biden: Christians Violate Gay Rights Simply by Existing! – Eagle Rising

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