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February 12, 2019

West Virginia GOP State Rep: If My Son Or Daughter Say They Are Gay, I’ll See If They Can Swim

https://www.joemygod.com/2019/02/west-virginia-gop-state-rep-if-my-son-or-daughter-say-they-are-gay-ill-see-if-they-can-swim-video/

Last week Porterfield called LGBTs a “modern day terrorist KKK” when speaking in support of a bill that would ban local LGBT rights ordinances statewide. That bill failed to advance out of committee. But wait, there’s more:

Porterfield was asked by a WVVA reporter “what would happen” if his son or daughter came to him years from now and said they might be gay or lesbian. “Well, I would dress my daughter first, as I would take her for a pedicure, I’d take her to get her nails done, and see if she could swim,” Porterfield said as he smiled.

“If it was my son, I would probably take him hunting, I would take him fishing, then I’d see if he could swim,” Porterfield, wearing a MAGA hat, replied without hesitation. He continued to grin as the reporter, somewhat shocked, paused, then asked him to clarify. “I just want to make sure they could swim,” he repeated when questioned, continuing to grin.

2 Comments »

  1. This Porterfield is a stupid Dickhead-Monster – uneducated to hurting.

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by m-iles — February 12, 2019 @ 10:05

    • Hello Miles. And he is a religious leader! Really loving of him isn’t it? Hugs

      Like

      Comment by Scottie — February 12, 2019 @ 10:37


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