The Bitter Taste Of One’s Own Medicine of the Day: The Tennessee state senator who sponsored the controversial “Don’t Say Gay” bill — which aims to prohibit teachers from discussing homosexuality in the classroom — was refused service at a Knoxville restaurant because of his anti-gay views.
“I hope that [Stacey] Campfield now knows what it feels like to be unfairly [discriminated] against,” The Bistro at the Bijou wrote on their Facebook page.
Reached for comment, Sen. Campfield, who just days ago defended his assertion that it is “virtually impossible” to contract AIDS “through heterosexual sex,” confirmed he was kicked out, saying “I went in there and the lady started calling me names and wouldn’t serve me.”
According to Campfield, the hostess called him a homophobe and accused him of hating homosexuals. “In my business I do rental properties and I’ve rented to homosexuals, mixed-race couples, black couples,” countered Campfield.
He believes the restaurant treated him unfairly. “If you don’t think the way certain people think, then they think you don’t have a right to be served,” he told Buzzfeed.
People denying other people rights simply because they have a different worldview? I agree, Senator. That’s unacceptable.
HUMAN!SAMULET/HUMAN!IMPALA, AS REQUESTED
So is this from a real interview or what? Cause I would freaking LOVE to hear Jared talking about cutting Jensen’s hair XD
OH GOD POOR SAM.I just. UGH.
Jensen, darling, I really love you but sometimes I’m a little bit worried about your past…
L O L
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