That’s Jim Jefferies. And 10 percent of the people who watch this are furious.
Oh, and here’s another reason we need gun control:
Orange County attorney Matt McLaughlin paid the $200 filing fee on February 26 to submit the Sodomite Suppression Act to voters on November 2016.
The proposal has no chance of becoming law, since it’s unconstitutional and would most likely never get approval from California voters, but it’s drawn national attention because its provisions are so abhorrent and extreme.
As the San Francisco Chronicle and Sacramento Bee reported, the proposal would require the execution of anyone who touches a person of the same sex for sexual gratification by “bullets to the head or by any other convenient method.” It declares that it’s “better that offenders should die rather than that all of us should be killed by God’s just wrath.” Private citizens would be allowed to step in to act as executioners if the state didn’t within a year, meaning that the murder of gay and lesbian people would effectively be legalized.
That’s crazy. But it’s going to be on the ballot in California if he gets 365,000 signatures. Let’s see. There are about 39 million people in California. Going by the video, let’s say 10 percent of them are furious gun owners. That’s 3.9 million people. and let’s guess that 10 percent of them are furious gun owning homophobic psychopaths. That takes it down to 390,000. Seems like more than enough signatures to me.
But what mostly bothers me about the block quote above is the part that says … “and would most likely never get approval from California voters.”
Really? You have to qualify that? You can’t say … “and no way in hell will ever be approved by California voters …”? Is there really a degree of uncertainty?