‘Gay extremists’ target devout couple
Justin and Melanie Sease daubed their vehicle with messages of hate – and now claim they are now being bullied and harassed.
The Idaho Jesus junkies, according to this report, were “appalled” by the fact that their state – one of the most conservative in America – had passed a law allowing gay marriage in mid-October. When the law was passed, over 100 couples turned up to a courthouse in Boise ready to apply for licenses as soon as the doors opened.
The Seases, from from Meridian, told news station KBOI they painted hate slogans on the side of their truck to make sure they were getting their views across wherever they went.
The news report showed their vehicle daubed with homophobic, and grammatically incorrect, messages.
“Homosexuality is a sin & a abomination“, “Just say NO to gay marriage” and “God’s not dead!” are some of the messages displayed on their vehicle.
Said Justin, “a proud member of the NRA”:
We can never accept public homosexuality. It’s wrong, and it’s wrong in God’s eyes first. He’s very clear in the Bible. The Bible says that when homosexuality is publicly accepted, basically it spreads like a cancer.
We have a few homosexual extremists that cuss us out and get very angry with us and threaten us. This is kind of our little way of protesting the homosexual extremist movement.
But Melanie says they have enjoyed support from other homophobes when driving around:
Most everyone who has seen our vehicles gives us a thumbs up, waves, smiles, or honks. If nobody else is going to do it, why not start doing it.
Hopefully, other people will join us and follow us and do what we’re doing.
But the bigots have been getting a lot of flak on their Facebook page, which prompted the post below the headline. You can see some examples reproduced in this report.
And you see the idiots being interviewed in this video: