Gay rights foe Bradlee Dean on
Wednesday ranted against passage of a gay marriage law in Minnesota.
Dean, the man behind the
Minnesota-based ministry You Can Run But You Can't Hide
International, told his radio listeners that Minnesota Governor Mark
Dayton was at “war with God” and was “about to find out what
it's like as to what the fallout is when you throw rocks towards God.
He's going to learn how gravity works.”
“Every time the homosexuals, they're
less than 1.7% of the population in the United States. You always
need to remember that when they do events like this, first of all
they're organized. Second of all, they come from all over the
country to do this. So what you seen is probably the whole lump of
the population of the homosexual community in the United States of
America. So don't get disheartened by this show that the whores in
the media were willing to play out for you. … They are small in
number and they know it.”
“Go home,” he later said, “look
at your wife and look at your kids, because now that's what they're
Dean also warned that “pharmaceutical
giants” were waiting in the wings for passage of a gay-inclusive
anti-bullying bill to diagnose anti-gay foes as mentally ill.
“The government stealing away the
sovereignty of the people, like we warned for 2 years. Coming in and
bullying everybody that doesn't agree with their totalitarian system.
… That's all this bill says, by force, by force, by force. Talking
of behavior. This is European, friends. And it's dangerous. And oh
boy, rest assured the pharmaceutical giants are right along. They're
hanging out just waiting for their opportunity now. Because now
they're talking about behavior. If they come out against the
homosexuality and they don't agree with that lifestyle, there must be
something wrong with their head.”
“The conservatives on the airwaves in
Minneapolis who are sitting there playing games with the homosexuals
because they think it's a puppy to be played with, when in fact it's
a stinking water rat filled with rabies,” he added.
Wing Watch called the episode an “epic meltdown.”