Far-right GOP Group Sets Hate Tour Dates Across Texas

Houston-based Conservative Republicans of Texas, run by the rabidly anti-gay Steven Hotze, announced today a list of events stretching from August into the fall that will target “adversaries” who support LGBT equality and abortion rights:

“Christian, it’s time for us to stand up and fight to take back our government from the godless Secular Humanists, Pro-Abortionists and Political Homosexual Movement. We will trust God! We will take action! We will fight to restore our Constitutional liberties based upon Biblical truth!”

The email includes a Bible verse warning that God “will tread down our adversaries.”

The events are set for eight cities from August 13 to October 1: Houston, Fort Worth, Dallas, San Antonio, Tyler, Lubbock, Corpus Christi and Waco. The list of sponsors is a virtual “who’s who” of religious-right groups, including the equally venomous Texas Values and Texas Pastor Council as well as phony historian David Barton of WallBuilders and disgraced former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.

Hotze declares in his incendiary email today:

“Christians must rise up, organize, oppose and defeat those individuals and groups who are committed to bringing sexual and moral anarchy to our society. …

We have a duty to protect our children and our grandchildren from the evil tide of the homosexual political movement, the pro-abortion movement and from the godless, that is sweeping America.”

Hate is on the march.

5 thoughts on “Far-right GOP Group Sets Hate Tour Dates Across Texas

  1. Be afraid, Steven Hotze, be very afraid. This godless secular humanist is going to come to a few of your bigoted crap fests to hold my signs telling you all you are the ones who are going to hell. Of course there is no hell so your filthy bigoted body will just rot in the ground and become worm food, and that’s good.

  2. … variation on a popular Christian praise song

    And they’ll know we are Christians by our hate, by our hate.

    Yes, they’ll know we are Christians by our hate.

  3. I just don’t get this stuff. Those same Republicans gripe about Democrat marches. IT is just so inconsistent.

    Now, as a Christian I can’t say anything but that homosexuality is a sin but I am not interested in talking about it openly or things like that. Not because I hate them but if I believe in God then He will take care of it.

    Abortion is another problem and with the videos coming out that put Planned Parenthood on a plane with Nazi Doctors. That is is wicked and evil and shedding of blood is proof that a person doesn’t have the Spirit of God in him or her.

    But like everything else I believe, I am not going to harm, bully or malign people just because they don’t think the way I do.

    Men and women are agents of will and to me God will deal with the results of choices made.


  4. I notice they aren’t bothering to come here to Austin. They know we terrible, demon pagans would only laugh at them.