Conservative Mike Huckabee appeared on Wednesday’s edition of Washington Watch with Tony Perkins, to express his outrage with business establishments (such as Walmart) for not supporting the right-to-discriminate laws that were passed in his home state of Arkansas.
In the interview with Tony Perkins, he confidently says that the LGBT communities have turned the religious freedom controversy in Indiana and Arkansas into a “phony crisis.” He then preaches that the gay rights activists would not be satisfied until the Christian community and churches were completely diminished.
It won’t stop until there are no more churches, until there are no more people who are spreading the Gospel,” Huckabee told Right Wing Watch in a radio interview. “I’m talking now about the unabridged, unapologetic Gospel that is really God’s truth.
Huckabee then added that the LGBT movement is equivalent to George Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984.
It is a classic example of — really a page out of 1984, when what things mean are the opposite of what they really are. And that’s what I’m seeing here is that in the name of tolerance, there’s intolerance. In the name of diversity, there’s uniformity. In the name of acceptance, there’s true discrimination.
Agreeing with Huckabee’s statement, host Tony Perkins argued that instead of filing law suits against discriminatory business owners, gay people should just attend establishments that allowed them access. “Where will it stop?” he asked Huckabee.
As the program continued, the former Arkansas governor adds that Christian conservatives would never boycott business establishments like Walmart. . . but being the hypocrite that he is, he tells the program that he plans to boycott Walmart because the company is “taking a stand against religious freedom.”
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