Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Gay "Thought" Police get Black Gospel singer Donnie McClurkin cut from MLK Event

"To suppress free speech is a double wrong. It violates the rights of the hearer as well as those of the speaker." - Frederick Douglass

The gay pirates are out and about "pillaging and plundering" free speech and religious thought while black "progressive" Christians remain silent. People have a right to their beliefs however nutty they may be. It is not the right of The State to remove people from participating in public events because of their religious views.

Perhaps when DC City Council and Mayor come begging for money for the city; Republicans should demand that religious speech be respected before they get a dime; the District of Columbia should be sued for this.

Donnie McClurkin speaks out via video: https://socialcam.com/v/4qpsjOT1?autostart=true&fs=twitter&fsk=HxtY9csF

From World Magazine:

Washington, D.C., Mayor Vincent Gray uninvited Grammy-winning gospel singer Donnie McClurkin to a concert commemorating the 30th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington Saturday because of his testimony about walking away from homosexuality.

“There should be freedom of speech as long as it’s done in love,” McClurkin said in an online video to his fans. “It’s bullying, it’s discrimination, it’s intolerance, and it’s depriving someone of their civil rights to be told they cannot come to an event and by coming it would cause a disruption.”

More: http://www.worldmag.com/2013/08/ex_gay_gospel_singer_banned_from_king_commemoration