‘Gay extremists’ target devout couple

‘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:


17 responses to “‘Gay extremists’ target devout couple”

  1. barriejohn says:

    The Bible says that when homosexuality is publicly accepted, basically it spreads like a cancer.

    So they clearly don’t have the intelligence to distinguish between what the Bible actually says and what crackpot Christian fundamentalist preachers claim.

  2. barriejohn says:

    It would be a shame if their house were painted in rainbow colors while they were out…

    Tut! Tut! What a wicked suggestion!

  3. barriejohn says:

    Oops. Brian Houston puts his foot in it:

    Isn’t it “very clear in the Bible” then?

  4. AgentCormac says:

    ‘Homo Sexuality is a sin & a Abomination in GoD’s Eyes.’

    These retards can’t even read and write properly. They have vandalised their own vehicle (no doubt pronounced ‘vee-hickle’). And they both strut around wearing patriot T-shirts. Perhaps it is no wonder, then, that their views on human relationships are somewhat retarded too.

  5. Paul Cook says:

    I wonder if laws in the US allow this?
    Isn’t it an incitement to another to carry out acts of violence, or breach the peace etc.?

    In the UK it might be conduct likely to provoke a breach of the peace, under public order offences. I don’t know if the US has similar laws?

  6. Those believers know that if they admit to hating LGBT people that they will shoot themselves in the foot and lose the support of the “moderate” homophobes. So they have to say it is the”sin” they hate and are intolerant towards not the person. In fact this approach is far more dangerous than outright hate of the person in the longterm. The doctrine of hating the evil but not the evildoer is a manifesto of religious intolerance while wearing a sweet smile. Sin and sinner cannot be separated for the sin tells us what kind of person the sinner is. Christianity advocates hatred for sinners but refuses to admit it.

  7. sailor1031 says:

    @Paul Cook: no crime committed here on account of that pesky first amendment thing about free speech. Unless there is some clear incitement to violence and probably not even then. These delightful people are just defacing their own vehicle with their own antediluvian beliefs and practising their other first amendment freedom of religion. However some cop might pull them over for obstructing the driver’s rearview (or their aged-looking SUV might fail its next safety test).

  8. Daz says:

    Jebus H Christ.

    Not "a abomination." "An abomination."

  9. AgentCormac says:


    Why no Hutton Delusion lately?

  10. Broga says:

    These Christians, followers of gentle Jesus of turn the other cheek, love your enemy as yourself and yet filled with such bile and hatred. They could, if they had the wit to know it, have so much more influence and attract people to their faith if they were indeed gentle, accepting and quiet. Instead they rage and damage themselves and their beliefs in the process.

    These shallow, hate filled people see themselves as exemplars of what they preach. We can draw our conclusions from that.

  11. Barry Duke says:

    “It would be a shame if their house were painted in rainbow colors while they were out …”

    BarrieJohn, that would be a pretty risky enterprise. I reckon that, not for nothing, did the the effete Slease announce on Facebook today that he was “a proud member of the NRA”. His home his probably bristling with weapons of mass destruction.

    AgentCormac, Hutton seems to be giving us a wide berth because profanities mysteriously started appearing in his posts. The last time he commented was on the post about the cop who handed an alleged miscreant a church notice.

    Bob said: “He is being fucking persecuted for evangelising the lost.”

  12. barriejohn says:

    Barry: It wasn’t my suggestion . I bet there are some who would do it whatever the risk. And they’ve also suggested improving the appearance of his veehickle.

    Poor, lonely little Bob has been asking on his bogsite why Dazzy has been neglecting him – or “that fucking c-nt Daz”, as he now refers to him. (Pardon the lack of a link.)

  13. Paul Cook says:

    @ Broga

    you are correct. The christain dogma seems to be incapable of engaging people to join any church.It seems more (especially in the US) on a fire and brimstone curusade, most likely because their, the pastor/preachers have not read the babble at all and merely cherry pick and think that is the way to get members to stay inside the church. In fact, it has been established by empirical evidence, that the more one looks into religion (other than islam which is in the dark ages as far as its method of control and conversion is concerned) the more people leave religion. Because it is so easy to destroy by logic, reason and truth.

    If any one reads the babble completely, they’d realise what a pile of crap it actually is, but the problem is, is that people don’t, they cherry pick, ignore the hatred, vile and evil stuff filled inside it and end up just like these two people. In short incapable of truly being a part of a fabric of society that is made up of all of us, for all of us. All different.

  14. AgentCormac says:

    Barry Duke

    I was referring to Daz’s excellent ‘The Hutton Delusion’, which sadly seems to have ground to a halt of late. (No doubt Bob the Knob will claim it’s because his sky fairy has somehow intervened. Yawn.)

  15. Mephisto says:

    It’s Lot and his daughters, not Lot and his sons!!!

  16. Daz says:


    Sadly I’ve been a tad busy.

    (And I got pissed off with Bobberty almost demanding that I address his latest drivel. Cheeky bugger even had the nerve to email me.)

  17. Barry Duke says:

    Daz, illiteracy is a problem in Indiana too.