Mike Adams: How Elon College Became Uber Gay…

Excerpt From: Townhall. Written By: Mike Adams.

For nearly a decade I have known that Elon University, located near Burlington, North Carolina, is a hotbed of gay activism. On one occasion when I spoke at the school, Elon gay activists tried to hijack the Question and Answer session at the end of my speech on feminism by changing the topic to homosexuality. When the activists tried to grill me on my views on gay marriage and adoption I politely reminded them that homosexuality was not the topic of my speech. The fact that dozens of gay activists had flocked to my speech on feminism seemed to demonstrate a genuine commitment to their cause.

A few years later, I wrote about the Elon gay activist effort to have Chick-fil-A banned from campus for contributing money to “hate groups” like the Family Research Council, which was campaigning against gay marriage. With no sense irony, this effort to exclude Chick-fil-A was done in the name of tolerance and inclusion. These activists even set up a special committee to review extensively all of the associations of Chick-fil-A. Again, they appeared to display a sincere and genuine commitment to their cause.

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