Were you planning to take a little break from dealing with the liberal agenda while you sit back and watch the Super Bowl on Sunday? Sorry to disappoint you:
For Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo and his quest to promote gay marriage, there’s no bigger stage than Super Bowl XLVII.
Hours after Ayanbadejo’s team beat the New England Patriots on Sunday, paving their way to football’s biggest game, the three-time Pro Bowl special teams player wrote an email to gay marriage proponents asking how he could use his time in the limelight support the cause.
Why is encroaching upon holy matrimony so important to a subculture infamous for promiscuity? Because it widens the door to homosexual adoption, providing social engineering laboratories in which children can be raised in an atmosphere of pure perversion. After all, you can’t reproduce through anal sex.
Ayanbadejo’s support for gay rights, according to Bruni’s report, stems from a childhood in which he was exposed to diverse lifestyles. Ayanbadejo’s stepfather at one point was the resident director of an LGBT dormitory at the University of California at Santa Cruz, and Ayanbadejo and his relatives also lived there.
If Ayanbadejo and other militant advocates of sexual deviancy have their way, many more children will be “exposed to diverse lifestyles.” For example, they might be traded around among other homosexual “parents.”
In other news on the NFL front of the Culture War, retired 49ers offensive tackle Kwame Harris is in court after beating up his former boyfriend, whom he accused of stealing his underwear.
You have to push back. Wherever you go to escape, the moonbattery will come after you.
On tips from Matt L and Wiggins.