More Liberal Lies: Fairy Tales of the Gay Gestapo, Part 2

Last week, a British woman “married” her dog. Of course she did! Once again, Justice Scalia called it ten years ago in his dissent in Lawrence v. Texas. The case was a fraud. The facts were not what the Supreme Court, or any other observer, was led to believer. As a legal matter, the fact that the case was another carefully crafted fairy tale by the gay gestapo didn’t matter. The target of the scam was the Supreme Court, which doesn’t try facts. Still, this case, based on an absolute, pre-meditated fraud, is being used to deliver the death blow to traditional marriage, just as the über brilliant Mr. Justice Scalia described it would be. 

In Fairy Tales of the Gay Gestapo, Part 1, we exposed the sinister scheme cooked up by a couple of Harvard types, Kirk and Madsen, to “desensitize” the American public to homosexuality through “a planned psychological attack, in the form of propaganda fed to the nation via the media.” Their plan succeeded beyond anyone’s most wild imagination. The stunningly rapid descent of our society into the gutter has accelerated to a dizzying pace since they put the plan into place in the early 1990’s. 

Just one year before the seminal article that launched this plan, in 1986, the U.S. Supreme Court decided a case viewed by militant homosexual activists as the equivalent of the infamous Dred Scott case. The case that had the gay gestapo up in arms was Bowers v. Hardwick, in which the Supreme Court held that homosexuals did not have a fundamental right under our Constitution to engage in sodomy. As you know, Dred Scott decided that black people were property, not coincidentally, using the same legal theory, substantive due process, used in Roe v. Wade to decide that unborn children were disposable tissue masses.

I’m sure that it’s obvious to you that Bowers, involving the rights of two guys to get down, was just like the Dred Scott case, a decision that denied the humanity of blacks and, in part, led to the American Civil War, in which 600,000 were killed. You don’t see the comparison? Well, if you were a “gay rights” activist in the mid-80’s, trust me, you would have had your lacy panties in a bundle over this one. As long as states could criminalize the love that dare not speak its name, how could the militants force the majority of Americans to accept their conduct with “a shrug of the shoulders,” in the words of the original Kirk/Madsen plan? So, just as they had planned their “psychological attack” to change societal attitudes, they set about crafting a litigation strategy to get Bowers overruled. 

In his 2012 book Flagrant Conduct, University of Minnesota law professor, Dale Carpenter, exposed the truth about Lawrence v. Texas. The men who brought the case were used by militant gay activists, who persuaded them not to mention that they were not actually engaging in any sex act when the police, responding to a phony report about a man waving a gun around, arrived. The guy who called in the false report was jealous because he thought his boyfriend was flirting with another man, but no one was actually engaged in any illegal sex act. This passage, from a New Yorker review of Prof. Carpenter’s book, captures it perfectly:

Lawrence and Garner [the two plaintiffs] understood that they were being asked to keep the dirty secret that there was no dirty secret.

That’s the punch line: the case that affirmed the right of gay couples to have consensual sex in private spaces seems to have involved two men who were neither a couple nor having sex. In order to appeal to the conservative Justices on the high court, the story of a booze-soaked quarrel was repackaged as a love story. Nobody had to know that the gay-rights case of the century was actually about three or four men getting drunk in front of a television in a Harris County apartment decorated with bad James Dean erotica.

Have I mentioned it lately? The Left lies. A lie led to Lawrence v. Texas, which is eviscerating traditional marriage, and federalism. 

In the final chapter of this series, “Fairy Tales of the Gay Gestapo, Part 3”, we’ll explore why the Left in the legacy media, insists on repeating one of the most notorious fairy tales used to propagandize for the normalization of homosexuality ten years after it was thoroughly discredited by one of their own.

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