Hate group Family Research Council promises to ‘monitor’ DADT repeal

Hate group Family Research Council promises to ‘monitor’ DADT repeal

As I noted Tuesday, several folks on the right aren’t happy with this week’s repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

But now, the SPLC-designated hate group, the Family Research Council, has weighed in with a nonsensical scathing attack on President Obama and an ugly promise to “monitor” the effects of DADT:

FRC will continue to monitor the consequences of this reversal of 236 years of American military policy, limit the damage — and demand that the Defense Department do the same. Expect to see celebrations from homosexual groups and fawning stories in the media about how “the sky has not fallen.”

That’s only because there will be no press releases from the new victims of sexual harassment or assault, the soldiers exposed to HIV-tainted blood, the thousands of service members who choose not to reenlist rather than forfeit their freedom of speech and religion, and the untold number of citizens who choose never to join the military. It’s clear this President is more interested in appeasing sexual revolutionaries than in fighting America’s enemies.

Knowing FRC’s history, the organization’s definition of “monitoring” will probably mean passing along inaccurate anecdotes about gay soldiers allegedly “harassing” heterosexuals or gay soldiers allegedly “harassing” chaplains, etc.

Case in point seen here is FRC’s resident phony researcher and spokesperson, Peter (gays should be deported out of the United States and ‘homosexual behavior’ should be made illegal) Sprigg in a one-sided interview with Pat Robertson’s 700 Club:

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