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Judge dismisses bogus lawsuit against Scott Lively! 

The case of Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) versus Scott Lively has been dismissed after five long years. Foreign LGBT activists sued Lively for sharing his biblical views on homosexuality during three visits to Uganda in 2002 and 2009. The summary judgment order puts an end to SMUG’s attempt to silence Lively and others who speak internationally about the “gay” agenda.

When asked what brought on this lawsuit for “crimes against humanity,” Lively responded, “What I did was tell the documented truth about the history and tactics of the ‘gay’ political movement, and urge a compassionate Biblical response, emphasizing rehabilitation and prevention for LGBT sufferers. That is all I have ever done in almost 30 years as a missionary to the global pro-family movement. No hatred. No advocacy of violence. No invasions of personal privacy. Just an insistence that homosexuality be denied normalization in the mainstream of society in favor of the natural family.”

Judge Michael Ponsor could have dismissed the case four years ago but through ideological bias he allowed SMUG’s case to continue. The SMUG case was utterly fraudulent in law and in fact, and in a direct challenge to the U.S. Constitution and the rule of law, SMUG tried to create new and dangerous precedent using international “crimes against humanity” – akin to genocide and war crimes – by relying on the obscure Alien Tort Statute (ATS). The U.S. Supreme Court issued the deathblow to SMUG’s lawsuit in 2013 by ruling that the ATS was never intended to allow a foreign citizen to sue a U.S. citizen in America, alleging violation of some supposed international law.

Judge Ponsor’s order dismissed the case in 2017 for the same reasons he should have dismissed it in 2013 but he let his personal bias against pro-family values and support of the LGBT agenda slip into what should otherwise have been a straight legal opinion. In the end it was a victory for an American pastor falsely accused of “crimes against humanity.”


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