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Attorney General Jeff Sessions: Today’s “Homophobe” Award Winner


This isn’t the first Award presented to Jeff. In the past, she has been the recipient of twenty-two (22) Awards in various categories and the subject of three (3) opinion piece. Those awards and opinion pieces are listed at the end of this article and can be viewed by going to the listed categories.


Recently (October 2017) United States Attorney General Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions issued a government-wide legal guidance Friday that urges sweeping protection for religious freedom and could impact a series of pending policy decisions involving health care and LGBT rights. (Josh Gerstein)


Beauregard’s 25-page screed ordered all federal agencies in response to an executive order by Donald “Trumporleone” Trump that laughingly claims to promote “religious liberty.”


In his bigoted screed, Beauregard said in part:

  • “Religious liberty is not merely a right to personal religious beliefs or even to worship in a sacred place.”
  • “Except in the narrowest of circumstances, no one should be forced to choose between living out his or her faith and complying with the law.”
  • “Therefore, to the greatest extent practicable and permitted by law, religious observance should be reasonably accommodated in all government activity, including employment, contracting and programming.”

Beauregard’s decree may well allow corporations of all sizes or family business the religious freedom rights to cheerfully discriminate against members of the gay community and other minorities for that matter. In his bigoted decree, Beauregard said:


The protections granted by the Religious Freedom Restoration Act "extends not just to individuals, but also to organizations, associations and at least some for-profit corporations.”


In other words, Beauregard with the blessing of The Don are specifically claiming that homophobes and other assorted bigots have a constitutional right to discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community by claiming a “religious belief” to so act. Put simply, the bigots can discriminate by saying “Jesus made me do it.”


If it is acceptable to claim the “Jesus made me do it” defense to discriminate against the LGBTQ community, then wouldn’t the same claim regarding Blacks and/or Asians also be applicable, which would then allow for the following discriminatory conduct.

  • Blacks required to ride in the back of the bus (like the good old days in Beauregard’s Alabama)
  • Chinese made to rebuild dilapidated railroad tracks
  • Posting of “Whites Only” drinking fountains
  • Japanese to be returned to internment homeland in the Arizona desert

If a lifelong racist were to claim that “Jesus” told him that he had a religious duty to discriminate against Blacks and/or Asians then such conduct would be constitutionally protected under the First Amendment according to Beauregard’s twisted logic.


Congrats Beauregard; keep up the good work! We should let everyone know of your amazing record as one of Americas Least Appreciated “Homophobes”; you are far too humble.

  1. Ass-Kisser Award Winner = 1
  2. Bigot/Racist Award Winner = 2
  3. Bullshit Award Winner = 2
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  5. Jeff Sessions: ethical dwarf, bigot and a Moron? – Art.290 – Dawg Opinions
  6. Jeffs Sessions asks: who’s that Judge sitting on an island in the Pacific Bigot: Art. 269 Bigot Awards

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