Oh please. From the "news" organ of Don Wildmon's American Family Association, a propaganda piece to shore up the tattered rep of Seattle-area homobigot Ken Hutcherson, who is a card-carrying member of the professional "Christian victim" set. You'll recall that Hutcherson spoke at Mount Si High School's MLK, Jr. Day assembly in January. He was booed by one teacher and asked about his anti-gay views by another teacher.
Pastor Ken Hutcherson is still pursuing action against the teacher at Mt. Si High School in Snoqualmie, Washington, who interrupted his Martin Luther King Day speech to voice his opposition to Hutcherson’s Christian views on marriage and sexuality. Teacher George Potratz later compared Hutcherson’s support for the biblical condemnation of homosexual behavior with advocacy for slavery.
Hutcherson perceived Potratz's comment, in the context of the Martin Luther King Day appearance, as racist and complained to the Washington State Commission on African American Affairs. But after two telephone conversations with the commission's executive director Rosalund Jenkins, Hutcherson is now accusing the gubernatorial appointee of making racist comments as well.
"She said to me, 'Well, if you were the pastor of a black church, that would have much more impact than being the black pastor over there with a white church, and you're the one that has chosen,' basically, 'to live over there with those people,'" Hutcherson details.
If you want to click over and read the whole article, it all comes back to the Homosexual Agenda's alleged influence on the Commission on African American Affairs via its executive director Rosalund Jenkins and her colleagues.
While Hutcherson is critical of Jenkins, he realizes that she is just parroting the pro-homosexual leanings of her boss, Gov. Christine Gregoire. "We have a governor who is showing favoritism like never before. And it's time for us to do something out here as Christians and as African Americans and people who want right done," Hutcherson notes.
After the jump, a flashback of Hutch's wife complaining that she and her family have been on the receiving end of grief because of Ken's preaching of anti-gay bigotry. KOMO-TV:
It was standing room only at the school board meeting as Pat discussed the harassment that has followed the couple and their four children since her husband spoke at an assembly at Mount Si High School on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
"My family is boldly called names like 'bigot', 'homophobe' and we've been permanently branded in the valley," she said.
* Washington state: 'Pastor Hutch' threatens Microsoft again over pro-LGBT policies ("I am a black man with a righteous cause with a whole host of powerful white people behind me." )