NC Pastor Caught On Video Shouting "White Power"!!

Hat tip to JoeMyGod.comOriginal Story from The Raleigh News & Observer "Unlike most of the speakers at the Trump rally at Ace Speedway on Saturday, Jesse Hursey wore a suit. His black leather shoes shone. His hair was carefully brushed back. The satiny red tie he wore over a light blue shirt flapped in the breeze. Hursey faced the racetrack stands. A crowd gathered around. “First of all, I’m a Christian,” Hursey said, his voice rising and falling with a preacher’s practiced cadence. “Second of all, I’m a Republican. And in that order.”"The same day, Hursey drove a pickup truck through Elon, shouting “White power!” During his speech, Hursey praised Donald J. Trump and encouraged the “silent majority” of the president’s supporters to speak up. As the morning rally wound down, Hursey joined many others in loading into the flag-festooned pickup trucks that circled the speedway. A photo shows the 29-year-old Baptist preacher standing in the bed of a black truck."
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11th Circuit Court Rules Anti Gay Counseling Student Rightfully Expelled

Jennifer Keeton Expelled From Graduate Counseling Program
For Anti Gay Beliefs

This is a very interesting case!  This woman decided to enroll in a education program for an association that has certain rules and ethical requirements based on scientifically based counseling!  If she does not want to abide by their standards...well she can join Marcus Bachmann's practice.
In July 2010, Jennifer Keeton sued Augusta State University for expelling her from its graduate level Counselor Education Program when she refused to abide by the American Counseling Association’s Code of Ethics. Keeton argued that she should not have to affirm gay clients or silence her personal religious opposition as a counselor. Now, a unanimous three-judge panel from the 11th Circuit  Court of Appeals has rejected her appeal for a preliminary injunction against the expulsion, concluding that her free speech and free exercise were not hindered by the school’s conditions.
Keeton had said she believes members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning population suffer from “identity confusion,” and had expressed interest in attempting to convert students from being homosexual to heterosexual. She also said it would be impossible to separate her views about homosexuality from her clients’ views, and even admitted that if she were a high school counselor, she would tell a sophomore struggling with his sexual orientation that it is not okay to be gay. The court ruled that the cultural sensitivity remediation the school prescribed her so she could learn to work with GLBTQ clients did not constitute viewpoint discrimination, but rather reflected the expectations of the profession:
Every profession has its own ethical codes and dictates. When someone voluntarily chooses to enter a profession, he or she must comply with its rules and ethical requirements.  Lawyers must present legal arguments on behalf of their clients, notwithstanding their personal views.  Judges must apply the law, even when they disagree with it.  So too counselors must refrain from imposing their moral and religious values on their clients.


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