A Florida high school barred controversial preacher Bradlee Dean from speaking on campus, reported Talking Points Memo. He was invited by a student school group.
According to an attorney for Dean and his organization, the principal of the school in Boca Raton, Fla., held concerns over dean’s anti-gay stance and so stopped the event. In a video uploaded to YouTube by a Bradlee Dean group, the man identified as the principal says, “This is a school, and there’s a procedure,” then, “They probably approved it, but I haven’t seen it, and that’s what I do. I have to approve these things,” although the video claims that the event was “pre-approved.”
The lawyer, Liberty Counsel’s Horatio Mihet, said preventing Dean from speaking violates the First Amendment.
Dean is no stranger to controversy, however. An appearance at an Iowa school in 2012 — during which he showed pictures of aborted fetuses and promoted anti-gay messages — also stoked anger.
He also filed a lawsuit against MSNBC host Rachel Maddow after she reported on comments he made regarding Muslims, who he said were more religious than American Christians since they were “calling for the execution for homosexuals.” In fact, Maddow and MSNBC asked for the lawsuit to be dismissed because it was an attempt to infringe on free speech. A court ordered Dean to pay Maddow’s legal bills over the lawsuit.
In Minnesota, he delivered a prayer in 2011 on the state House floor, during which he questioned President Obama’s Christianity.
You can watch the video, via BdeanSonsofLiberty, below.
Meghan McCain erupts after she gets called out for whining that her GOP friends are ‘very upset’ about Trump
"The View" erupted into a shouting match over President Donald Trump's racist smears of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and other Democratic congresswomen, even though all the panelists seemed to agree his remarks were abhorrent.
Co-hosts Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin blasted "self-righteous hypocrite" Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) for defending the president's comments, and Meghan McCain challenged Democrats to defeat Trump for re-election.
"This is so bad," McCain said. "It's like nothing I have ever seen, and I don't think anyone in this room has ever seen before, and if you can't beat this, this blatant racism, what does this say about your party?"
White woman threatens to call cops on black man after he splashes her car with water during rainstorm
In yet another story of a white woman having a meltdown because a black person was doing, well, basically nothing, BET reports that a black man driving down a flooded street during a rainstorm was threatened by a white woman saying she would report him to the police for splashing her car.
Or, as the poster of the viral video, @sewellwells wrote on Instagram: "So this LADY bout to call the COPS on me cause my Car wet her Car."
CNN host forced to explain to Republican Rick Santorum why Trump’s attack on Democratic lawmakers was racist
During an appearance on CNN's "New Day" -- along with fellow Republican Charlie Dent (PA) -- ex-Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) received a lecture from host John Berman on why Donald Trump's tweets and attacks on four Democratic lawmakers were racist.
While Dent revealed that down-ticket Republicans running for re-election in 2020 are "terrified" that Trump's descent into overt racism as a campaign strategy may kill their chances of holding their seats, Santorum said he was disgusted with the whole spectacle while saying he didn't see the attacks as racist.
Asked about the president's attacks, Santorum tried to brush them away and blame the recipients of Trump's ire.