Judge Walker: Seven million Californians guilty of a hate crime
Monday, August 09, 2010 8:48 AM


Bryan Fischer 


Federal judge Vaughn Walker, in rejecting California’s Prop. 8, conducted not just a trial of fact but launched a criminal prosecution of his own. 


Rather than confine himself to the Constitution, which is famously silent on the subject of marriage, the judge charged all seven million Californians who voted for natural marriage with a hate crime, and found them all guilty. 


He ruled that just holding the belief that marriage consists exclusively of the union of one man and one woman does “harm” to the homosexual community. Doing harm to someone else on the basis of his sexual preference is the very definition of a hate crime. 


And you will notice that in Judge Walker’s twisted world, you don’t even have to actually say anything, that is, actually utter hate speech, to be found guilty. Just believing in natural marriage, in his bizarro world, is a hate crime all by itself.  


We have truly entered the twilight zone here, the medieval world world of the Inquisition. Judge Walker is the modern-day Torquemada of the new Dark Ages, and he wants everybody, including the president, the vice-president, the secretary of state, and Elton John on the rack. They all are equally guilty of believing that marriage is the union of one man and one woman. 


Accused, charged, prosecuted, and found guilty as charged. Lock ‘em all up!