Seems that Utah's anti-LGBT bigots aren't going to let same-sex marriage continue in the state without a fight. Or possible intimidation. Or maybe actual bloodshed. Or, well, who knows what might happen...
The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association on Saturday organized a meeting in Highland, Utah to call for an uprising and to express their opposition to same-sex marriage in Utah, Fox 13 Now News Salt Lake City reported.
"The people of Utah have rights, too, not just the homosexuals. The homosexuals are shoving their agenda down our throats," Former Graham County, Ariz., Sheriff Richard Mack said at the meeting.
You see, LGBT Utahans don't count as people, so whatever may happen to them as a result of this group is going to be unfortunate, but it'll be their fault anyway, the awful perverts.
Mack said that Gov. Gary Herbert (R) failed the people of Utah.
"State sovereignty supercedes what this judge did," Mack said. "The Governor needs to get some courage and grip."
Cherilyn Eager, one of the event organizers, said that people need to speak out.
"We need people to stand up and speak out. We need to get noisy. We need some outrage," she said. "It is about the sheriffs now coming out to protect the people."
Federal law doesn't matter apparently since Utah is no longer part of the United States or subject to the Constitution, and since we've established above that LGBT Utahans aren't people according to these lovely folks, well, "the people" will need these armed officers of the law to "protect" them.
If you catch my drift.
Mack and Eager asked meeting attendees to call their local representatives and ask them to urge clerks to stop issuing marriage licenses to gay couples.
"The way you take back freedom in America is one county at a time. The sheriffs need to defend the county clerks in saying, 'No, we're not going to issue marriage licenses to homosexuals,'" Mack said at the meeting.
While we're breaking the law and everything, let's "ask" county clerks to do so as well. If they don't, well then, maybe the "people" will need "protection" from them, too...