RIGHTS: Disdain for ‘deviants’

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Whether you’re a closet freak or some other deviant, with a lifestyle that would have the hair on even a luke-warm Christian on end, you can always trust the Human Righters to protect you.

These social experts use words like inclusive, diverse, fairness and common good. By the end of their spiel, you’re supposed to bring a lawnchair to a so-called big tent full of sodomites and perverts.

Mat Erp (another carpetbagger from Boise), you may have an audience at your local NIC Indoctrination CTR full of babes looking to become some paycheck for some transgender or some gender-netural mush learning to stand down in a woman’s world.

Run these flim-flammers: these Mat Erps, the Race Baiters, the Bigot Baiters, the Gender Baiters.

Those dividers, constantly attacking our Christian culture (attacking our “Duty to God.”)

Tell ‘em to pack their carpet bags and head back to their Boise sub-culture.

God Bless North Idaho.

JIM VALENTINE

Post Falls

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