Sometimes direct quotes are just…Wow. From a profile in The Guardian:
I don’t believe that any minority has the right to create changes that impact on the majority. That’s really the only issue for me.
I can’t keep myself from laughing at that one. It’s just too stupid. This, coming from the fundamentalist Christian personification of Derek Zoolander’s “Blue Steel” look.
The context is that gays are bad and gays shouldn’t have rights and he thinks “ex-gays” are “astonishing.”
(Yes, talentless Baldwin brother, they are, but not in the way you think.)
So, from his own words, we can reasonably assume Stephen Baldwin also believes the following things are bad:
1. Blacks being allowed to marry.
2. Blacks being able to vote.
3. Women being able to vote.
4. Black men being able to marry white women.
5. Haitian slave revolt.
6. Equal Protection Clause in the United States Constitution
7. Desegregated schools
8. Any small gesture to help American Indians.
9. Rosa Parks
Right, Stephen? Because any time a minority dares to cramp the style of White Male Heterosexual Christians, it’s totally NOT GNARLY, DUDE, right? RIGHT?
Alec, I’m begging you: This would be a good time for one of your famous “My God, My God, Why have you made my brother so stupid?” public comments.