Ex-homosexual now hated for pro-family views
Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center has decided to bestow that title on Greg Quinlan, who has been interviewed many times by OneNewsNow.
He summarizes the organization’s comments about him.
“It just goes on and talks about how I left homosexuality,” he tells OneNewsNow. “I’m past president of PFOX, I’m the founder of an anti-LGBT group called Garden State Families of New Jersey, and my crime is that I purport to advocate for the natural family.”
That is to say he supports male-female marriage and the biological children they produce.
“It also says I use the term ‘homofacism’, which I do, and that it threatens liberty, and [I also support] anti-homosexual legislation,” he says. “Now this is all true. These are things I’ve absolutely said and I take credit for it. And I have to say I’m honored to be hated by those who hate for a living, and that’s what the SPLC does.”
Lauded by the Left for its “hate map” that targets right-wing groups, the SPLC was infamously used as a source by a homosexual rights activist who attempted mass murder at the Family Research Council in 2013.
The SPLC can trace its roots to the Civil Rights movement but it’s since been labeled a money-chasing scam operation by its detractors.
“12 ways the Southern Poverty Law Center is a scam to profit from hate-mongering,” begins the headline of a May 17 commentary by The Federalist.