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Klingenschmitt : 'Demon Of Rape' Sending Transgender People 'To Violate Your Daughters'

Former Navy chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt warned on Wednesday that a "demon of rape" was granting bathroom rights to transgender people so that they could "violate your daughters."
6 years ago by David
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Former Navy chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt warned on Wednesday that a "demon of rape" was granting bathroom rights to transgender people so that they could "violate your daughters."

On his Pray in Jesus Name Internet broadcast, the disgraced former Navy chaplain pointed to the story of 6-year-old Colorado girl Coy Mathis, who was born as a boy.

"He has been dressed as a girl by his parents because his parents have a political agenda to push these coed bathroom bills into Colorado state law," Klingenschmitt opined. "What a cute little boy. Unfortunately, he's being abused by his parents, who have paraded him on national television shows."

"You know, there's not just a demon of deception here or confusion or sexual immorality," he explained. "But there is a demon of rape inside of this movement to violate your daughters."

Klingenschmitt was discharged from the Navy in 2006 after disobeying a direct order and wearing his uniform to a protest demanding that Jesus' name be used in military prayers.

(h/t: Right Wing Watch)

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