Rep. Gohmert always has a way of putting things into perspective. In this article he makes a great point, one which cannot be denied or even argued about.
GOP Rep. Gohmert Says, “Puts Gays On An Island…” But It’s the NEXT Part That Some Say Goes Too Far
conservativetribune.com | November 12
House Rep. Louie Gohmert took a brave stand to defend marriage as a union between one man and one woman during a speech he made at the Liberty University convocation in late October.
While most lean on religious reasons to defend traditional marriage, the Texas Republican decided to play along with liberals and suggest a “totally secular approach” that would scientifically prove that marriage between a man and woman is the natural way.
“I took some grief recently,” Gohmert stated. “I was being interviewed on C-SPAN, in their private interview early and she (the host) was asking me questions, and it always lights up our phone when I talk about the Bible or anything about things Christians believe.”
So that’s when Gohmert decided to take the conversation to another level: “I said, let’s just take a totally secular approach to this.”
What Gohmert suggested is making liberals furious. Because what he said he is completely true, and there isn’t an argument that can refute the probable outcome of what he proposed.
“Congress is good about having studies,” he continued. “How about if we take four heterosexual couples and put them on an island where they have everything they need to live and exist, and we take four couples of just men and put them on an island where they have all they need to survive, and then let’s take four couples of just women and put them on an island.”
Let 100 years go by, Gohmert said. What do you think will happen?
See the video of the exchange below courtesy of CNS News.
Yeah, we’re pretty sure which one nature will favor.
Gohmert has built a reputation and a career in Congress fighting federal overreach, but he’s just as adept at fighting the overreach of liberals on social issues, too.
Way to go, Rep. Gohmert, for giving the liberals exactly what they claimed to want: a reasoning behind defending traditional marriage that was not faith-based. Well, they certainly got what they asked for.
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