Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Autumn Burke Caves to LGBT Hate Machine, Throws Blacks Under the Bus

Assemblywoman Autumn Burke (D-Inglewood)  has done some good in the state assembly.

But her betrayal of the black faith community in Inglewood and throughout the state is just plain inexcusable.

She stood by an abusive chief of staff, who cursed out a pastor on a voicemail, rather than demanding his resignation.

She advanced the militant homosexual agenda instead of standing for all the churches in her district and throughout the state. She abandoned the First Amendment to score a few points with ... who exactly?

She also released an offensive leader demeaning Pastor Marc Little and the black faith community in her district.

Autumn Burke (D-Inglewood)

Here is the text of the letter, and my comments.

"Dear Bishop Ulmer,

'So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.' Matthew 5:11

This passage was never an invitation to permit sin.

LGBT behavior is not an identity, and should be treated as a special class.

In the legislature, contention over issues is expected but I am especially disturbed by the recent actions of opponents to Senate Bill 1146. SB 1146 simply calls for more transparency to ensure LGBT students are protected from discrimination in private and religious institutions of higher learning.

We need discrimination in higher education. We need to allow students to learn to discern between right and wrong, good and evil, truth and error. LGBT behavior leads to health and emotional problems. Why are we preventing people from learning the truth about these realities?

What exactly did Autumn Burke find so offensive about constituents confronting her and her staff about this bill, which would place undue burdens on private colleges, exposing them to public shame and potential lawsuits just for practicing their faith?

My integrity and that of my colleagues has been called into question for supporting SB 1146. But what integrity is there in promoting segregation and hostility towards the LGBT community?  Evident in the recent attacks on the LGBT community in Orlando and threats here in California, such hostility contributes to a culture of hate that takes lives. As a black woman and mother, I simply refuse to stand idly by while hate and segregation are encouraged.

On brother. "Segregation"? Now that is offensive. Being born black is not a crime, not a sin, not a destructive behavior. People are born black. People are not born gay. It is not a civil right. One of the most evil (yet politically genius) tactics of the Militant Homosexual movement was to collude and compare the fights for "gay" rights with the struggle of racial minorities in the South.

Outrageous and unbecoming.

Several members of the Faithful Central Bible Church stopped by my office recently to express their concern with SB 1146 and instead of being respectful, they decided to personally attack and question the faith of one of my staffers simply because he is gay. The same group then went to the office of Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer and started another confrontation by exclaiming, "I don't want my sons and daughters to be taught to be homosexual."

What did they say, exactly? Where does this line of argument come from, which concludes that this staffer or that office employee is "gay"?

All of this identity politics talk is corrosive to our political discourse. We need to stop labeling one another based on our thoughts, feelings, and actions.

Reggie Jones-Sawyer and Chief of Staff Joey Hill

There is just no justification for it.

The chief of staff to Assemblymember Jones-Sawyer subsequently left a voicemail to Paster [sic] Marc Little where he expressed his outrage over the antagonizing manner in which his staff was addressed. I do not agree with the language used, but I do agree with the sentiment that Pastor Marc Little's delegation message is devoid of historical context, respect, and compassion.

Listen to the voicemail, again:

You will notice that in the voice mail there is no mention of a visit from a pastor.

Joey Hill was responding--rather, raging--at the letter left by Pastor Marc Little.

In the 1960s, opponents [of the Civil Rights Movement] used the same argument - that laws intended to protect a certain class were an overreach - in a failed attempt to deny access to voting, housing, and fair employment. During this time, the church community played an integral role in guaranteeing civil rights by serving as a source of unity and empathy.

What laws were protecting a class? No! Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Baptist Christian League for natural rights for all men.

They did not march in the streets and refuse to give up their seats so that two men could sleep together, or that two women could "marry", or to protect individuals with mental illnesses to masquerade as a sex that they were not born.

There is no justifiable exception for [not] extending compassion to the LGBT community, many of whom are people of color.

Oh, stop! LGBT is not a community. This lie has to be confronted, and the truth shared with everyone to set people free!

I remain committed to SB 1146 and other efforts that add to the progress we have achieved as a diverse community."

WHAT? Diversity must be based on truth, and should not be focused on limiting individual liberty or community integrity.

SB 1146 is a bad bill. It should never have been introduced.

Senator Lara should be ashamed of himself for suggesting such a terrible policy. His star witness to promote the legislation.

I applaud the efforts of the Religious Freedom Bus Riders for standing up to LGBT bullying in the state legislature. I sincerely hope that more residents in Autumn Burke's district stand up to her cowering and her caving to homosexual/transgender bullying which now threatens all our liberties.

Contact Assemblywoman Autumn Burke's office, and demand that she:

1. Retract the above letter
2. Rescind their support for SB 1146
3. Demand the removal of chief of staff Joey Hill

Capitol Office
State Capitol
P.O. Box 942849
Sacramento, CA 94249-0062
Tel: (916) 319-2062
Fax: (916) 319-2162

District Office:
One West Manchester Blvd.
Suite 601
Inglewood, CA 90301
Tel: (310) 412-6400

Fax: (310) 412-635

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