Bradlee Dean flunks gay sex law 101

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Bradlee Dean, scholar.
Everyone's favorite odious preacher Bradlee Dean has made a cottage industry out of anti-gay rhetoric on the radio, the internets and, most recently, Walmart parking lots. So is it too much to ask that he at least be familiar with the law around gay rights, since he's working so hard to change it?

Apparently, it is.

In a weekend rant about Rep. Keith Ellison's Muslim faith (Ellison's actively engaged in trying to overthrow the Constitution, ICYMI) Dean offered his acolytes this bit of wisdom:

Apparently Keith Ellison does not know that sodomy is illegal in this country.

Apparently Bradlee Dean doesn't know what he's talking about.

The anti-sodomy laws in 36 states and Washington, D.C., were either struck down in court or legislated out of existence by 2003. Minnesota's anti-sodomy law was ruled unconstitutional in 2001 in Doe v. Ventura.

In 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated anti-sodomy laws in fourteen more states when it struck down Lawrence vs. Texas.

Apparently these inconvenient facts slipped by the Brett Michaels wannabe.

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