Tuesday, December 31, 2013

"American Thinker" gives a bullhorn to Oscar Robert Lopez's martyr reaction to "fascist" GLAAD's "black­listing," (i.e., publicizing, verbatim, his nasty attacks)

Robert Lopez is angry that since the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation added him to its Commenter Accountability Project, the mainstream media has shunned him.
     True to form he blames not himself for widespread revulsion at his vitriol, but GLAAD for publishing, verbatim, his nasty attacks on gay people in general and gay parents in particular. Here's part of his whiny screed:
     In case you don't know the full extent of GLAAD's fascism, let me tell you what GLAAD did to me.
     I won't hyperlink this, but if you go to GLAAD's website and seek out their "commentator accountability project," you will find my name. This is GLAAD's blacklist...
     Aside from that one fling on Al Jazeera, since GLAAD placed me on their blacklist, no secular media outlet has invited me on its show in the United States... I'd been interviewed, prior to the GLAAD blacklisting, by Minnesota affiliates of NBC, CBS, Fox, and NPR, as well as a number of newspapers. Since GLAAD's blacklisting, none... 
     Prior to GLAAD's blacklisting, I had received calls from people at universities discussing their interest in having me come to campus and give speeches... Since GLAAD's blacklisting, none...
     Being blacklisted by GLAAD was the end of my world. (It just so happens I entered a new, happier one, but that doesn't take away from the terror caused by their omerta.)
     Here's a GLAAD sample of Lopez' attacks, the creeped-out reaction to which Lopez claims is GLAAD's responsibility, and not his own fault:
     Says neighbors should intervene in lesbian households "to make sure the kids don't turn out totally screwed up": "Listen, lesbian moms out there — cut the crap. You went out of your way to place helpless children into a fatherless home. You knew your household was going to be controversial. You shouldn't have created this situation in the first place. Now that you created it, we all have to make the best of it. Your loved ones and neighbors should be intervening in your household to make sure the kids don't turn out totally screwed up."
(H/T JoeMyGod)

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