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Fri Mar 10, 2017, 05:37 PM

'Don't Say Gay' Christian Values GOP Lawmaker Accused of Affair With Employee Who's Also His Patient

Who's Also His Cousin

http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/davidbadash/_don_t_say_gay_christian_values_gop_lawmaker_accused_of_affair_with_employee_who_s_also_his_patient_who_s_also_his_cousin


Do you remember Tennessee state Senator Joey Hensley? He's the guy who won the seat of wildcard lawmaker Stacey Campfield, an infamous advocate for a "Don't Say Gay" bill that would ban schools, administrators, and even students from discussing anything related to homosexuality. Senator Hensley, who has been a lawmaker for 15 years and happens to also be a medical doctor, took up the mantle of pushing the ugly legislation. He also pushed a Tennessee bill that would allow discrimination against LGBT people and atheists by mental health students, allowing them to refuse to treat people, as part of their required training, if they expressed a deeply held religious belief.

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Hensley still claims to be a good Christian conservative. He thinks "Modern Family" shouldn't be allowed on TV, but supports a pro-"MILO" bill created to ensure conservatives are allowed to speak on college campuses. It's named for that former Breitbart editor who advocated for underage sex between older men and teenaged boys as young as 13.

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Senator Hensley is a mighty Christian warrior fighting against gay children in schools, and fighting against gay children and adults who want counseling. And now he's even fighting to prevent same-sex couples from having children, by sponsoring legislation "from the Tennessee Family Action Council that would make children created using donor sperm illegitimate — an attempt to make it harder for gay and lesbian parents to establish paternity."

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"It is a clear violation of the American Medical Association’s code of ethics — to which the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners subscribes — for a doctor to become romantically involved with a patient," Nashville Scene notes. "It is also in violation of the state board’s guidelines to regularly treat immediate family members or prescribe them drugs."


I am truly in love with republican family values ---- also married and divorced 4 times

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