December 23, 2016

Tillerson Article Cited at WND

Timothy Birdnow

Bob Unruh at World Net Daily extensively quoted my article on Sec State nominee Tillerson.
"At the American Thinker blog, Timothy Birdnow wrote that one of the founders of the Boy Scouts said: "Where does religion come in? Well, my reply is … it does not come in at all. It is already there. It is the fundamental factor underlying Scouting and Guiding.”

Birdnow wrote: "While there is no litmus tests on how one believes in God, there is that matter of duty to Him. Now, all three Abrahamic religions hold that morally straight means sexually pure, or at least sexually restrained, and all three consider homosexuality an abomination.

"So does the Bahai faith. So too Zoroastrianism. Hinduism frowns on it, as do Buddhism and Sikhism. Unless one takes a ‘progressive’ view of his faith or adopts some fringe religion, homosexual activity is forbidden.”

He pointed out Tillerson lobbied the Boy Scouts, from his position on the board of the organization, to begin promoting homosexuality.

The Dallas Morning News, at the time, reported Tillerson was instrumental in lobbying the Scouts’ board to accept openly gay youths, citing John Hammer, president of the Washington think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Birdnow continued: "How is opening an organization that involves young boys in close proximity to open homosexuals in the former’s best interest? Will Tillerson next seek to recruit hookers for them? These are boys in their early teenage years, after all, and as such, one must question their self-identification as homosexual.”

While the blog says Tillerson is a Christian, it points out he’s known to be "squishy on global warming, favoring some sort of carbon credit trading” as well as being a "globalist.”

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Tony Perkins and I published on the same day, which is a shame because I actually had the rough draft days before, but events in my life delayed the article (and I didn't write it as exhaustively as I wanted due to time constraints.) I would truly have had a scoop had I gotten this in earlier. Ah, well...

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