Oklahoma State Rep. Sally Kern (R) recently lashed out those who have correctly quoted her anti-gay statements and book, The Stoning of Sally Kern.
According to Democracy Now, in 2008, Kern said, "Studies show that no society that has totally embraced homosexuality has lasted more than, you know, a few decades. So it’s the death knell of this country. I honestly think it’s the biggest threat our nation has, even more so than terrorism or Islam, which I think is a big threat."
While speaking to Christian radio host Janet Parshall on Monday, Kern stood by her claims that homosexuality is more dangerous than terrorist attacks, notes RightWingWatch.org (audio below).
“So everybody understands terrorism destroys people’s lives, it destroys property," Kern said. "All I meant was, all I was saying was the homosexual agenda is destroying people’s lives. More people have died from AIDS than have died from a terrorist attack here in America. It’s destroying the moral fiber of our nation, that’s all I meant.”
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Kern also attacked those who have quoted her: “They try to ridicule you and make you feel like an idiot so that you’ll be intimidated and not speak out anymore.”
Kern even claimed that her critics are stoning God when they criticized her statements (audio below).
"It just broke my heart because so often what they were doing, they weren’t just stoning me, they were stoning and desecrating the God that I love,” claimed Kern.
“There was just so much hate, they accuse me of being hateful, and I never once said anything hateful,” Kern protested.