Gordon Klingenschmitt isn’t known for his restraint. Hyperbole is sort of what the man does, and that makes it really hard to tell when he’s trying to be “funny.” I mean, let’s face it, there just isn’t a lot “funny” about Klingenschmitt.
That, however, didn’t stop the Republican nominee for a seat in Colorado’s statehouse from accusing the Democrats of lacking a sense of humor after he said that a gay U.S. congressman was going to start beheading Christians.
Oh, sure, that’s absolutely hilarious. I’m laughing my head off.
In a video uploaded on Monday, Kligenschmitt said: “This weekend I sent out an email alert to my constituents in which I used hyperbole.You know what hyperbole is. It’s a literary device where you exaggerate to make a point. Well, apparently some Democrats do not have a sense of humor and they were offended by some of the things I said using hyperbole this weekend.”
The openly homosexual Congressman Jared Polis (D-CO) introduced a revised bill to force Christian employers and business owners to hire and promote homosexuals with ZERO RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS for Christians who want to opt out.
Polis ‘wants sexual orientation and gender identity treated the same way as race, religion, sex, and national origin, when it comes to employment protections,’ claims the Advocate, under the headline ‘Polis trims ENDA’s religious exemption.’
Dr. Chaps’ comment: The open persecution of Christians is underway. Democrats like Polis want to bankrupt Christians who refuse to worship and endorse his sodomy. Next he’ll join ISIS in beheading Christians, but not just in Syria, right here in America.
The email received bipartisian criticism. Not helping was the distribution date for the email — less than a week after the ISIS jihadists released a video of the beheading of American journalist James Foley. In his video, Klingenschmitt admitted that he was wrong in comparing Polis to ISIS extermists — even though, in his words, the gay congressman was “persecuting Christian businesses owners here in America.”
Klingenschmitt somehow managed to win the primary election in June, and hopes to replace state Representative Mark Waller (R-Colorado Springs) in the general election.
You can watch the video below: