TV host: Lacking scientific proof, ‘I don’t believe in gay people, I don’t believe there is such a thing’
Appearing on America’s Survival, host Jerry Kenney went off on a rant saying he didn’t “believe in gay people” since he has seen no evidence that the so-called “gay gene” exists, according to Right Wing Watch.
Speaking with co-host Peter LaBarbera, Kenney maintained that there is nothing “natural” about homosexuality before switching gears and saying that, even if it were natural, “there are a lot of things that are natural that aren’t necessarily good.”
“I don’t believe in gay people, I don’t believe there is such a thing as a gay person,” Kenney asserted. “And I would like somebody, somewhere, with all of these great gay think tanks they claim to have, to prove to me scientifically that there really is what the call a gay gene or whatever. They can’t. There isn’t. It’s a behavior.”
Dismissing the notion that “they’re born that way,” Kenney extrapolated further comparing the sexual preferences of gays to rapists and the behavior of animals.
“Well that’s great. I guess a rapist’s just got to say ‘Hey, I was born a rapist, I can’t help it,'” mocked Kenney.
“If it’s genetic, wouldn’t it have died with the first person who had the gene mutation?” he asked. “How did they reproduce? But they say, ‘Well, it’s natural.” Okay, let’s accept that argument. There are a lot of things that are natural that aren’t necessarily good. In nature, animals rape one another. So should rape be okay? Some animals eat their own waste, is that okay? Animals eat their young. Is our new standard now, in this society that we’ve brought down and as long as we’re at the animal level then it’s okay?”
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