On April 28 the US Supreme Court case will hear oral arguments for the case that will essentially decide whether “gay marriage” is a previously unknown “fundamental right” enshrined in the US Constitution, similar to the Court’s 1973 abortion ruling. What was once a fringe, unthinkable idea is now on the verge of being imposed on the entire nation. Learn more: Ten things you need to know about the US Supreme Court “gay marriage” case…
Radicals have used twisted interpretations of the US Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment to advance their agenda through the courts.
“Do you believe being ‘gay’ is strictly genetic?”
The video is particularly relevant because in all the past cases in which the courts ruled in favor of overturning state Marriage Amendments, which protected marriage as an institution between one man and one woman, they did so by reasoning that being engaging in sodomy is on the same footing as race and, therefore, protected by the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment. Specifically, they state the oft repeated claim that, ‘gays are born that way’ in order to achieve Suspect Minority Class Status. In order to be deemed a Suspect Class under Supreme Court precedent a group must meet three criteria.
- The group must have suffered a long history of discrimination
- The group must be politically powerless to help themselves
- The group must have been “born that way”