It's well established at this point what Kirk Cameron thinks gay marriage is not just unnatural, but "destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."
This is a man who is on record saying he would tell a gay child that, "just because you feel one way doesn’t mean we should act on everything we feel."
So it's no surprise that in a new video for the Alliance Defending Freedom, Kirk seeks to help people he says are shunned for being opposed to same-sex rights:
Skip on up to about the 20-minute mark for key takeaway: When people promote gay rights, those people are basically anti-God and/or anti-American.
At least according to Cameron's Alliance.
Moreover, if college campuses hold gay pride events, they are "indoctrinating" students against Christian principles, and thus violating the constitution.
This, he believes, must be stopped.
One could call it ironic that he feels persecuted for what many might consider persecuting others who are actually preaching tolerance ... but no matter.
Kirk Cameron seems to want to have his Freedom of Speech cake and eat it to, while not sharing any of the cake people whose beliefs he does not agree with.
If he takes every opportunity to voice his controversial opinion - however much you support or denounce it - don't demonstrators for the other side have that right?