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Man who helped an ‘ex-lesbian’ kidnap her daughter claims he’s in prison because’s he’s Barack Obama’s ‘enemy’

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A zealous evangelist who helped an “ex-lesbian” kidnap her daughter with her former partner claimed the only reason he’s in prison is because he’s a “political enemy” of former President Barack Obama.

LGBTQ nation reported that Philip Zodhiates explained his conspiracy theory about why he’s behind bars during a radio show hosted by a former hate group leader.

Virginia’s WSVA news station reported that Zodhiates was sentenced earlier this year to three years in prison after helping Lisa Miller kidnap Isabella, her then-seven-year-old daughter, in 2009. He did so by driving the woman and child to the Canadian border, where they caught a flight.

Miller took Isabella to Nicaragua amid a custody battle with her former partner Janet Jenkins so the child could escape “the homosexual lifestyle,” LGBTQ Nation reported.

The evangelical anti-gay crusader went on a radio show hosted by Bryan Fischer, formerly a member of the SPLC-designated hate group American Family Association, earlier in the week and discussed his theory as to why he was imprisoned.

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Zodhiates, the report noted, believes his sentence “emanated from circles close to the president and the White House” because his direct mail company sent “over 100 million pieces of mail exposing [Obama’s] illegitimacy in terms of being president.”

“It was definitely collusion between the White House, the Department of Justice, and the pro-homosexual radical groups,” he said, adding that he is a “victim” of Obama’s censorship.

When the host asked if Zodhiates had help from “religious liberty” groups, he responded that none would take his case up.

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Zodhiates, the report noted, was found guilty of international parental kidnapping and conspiracy.


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Gun ownership increases homicides — but only a very specific kind of them: study

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Male Fox News personality rewarded by the network after being caught sending lewd texts to female colleague

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