Gay Activist Dan Savage Calls Senator 'Bigot Blender Brain' for Giving America Credit

Ben Graham | April 3, 2015
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We could make you a list, and we have, of all the horrible, hypocritical things Dan Savage enjoys saying. This is just the latest one.

Savage was set off by Sen. Tom Cotton's (R-AR) comment to CNN's Wolf Blitzer, saying that U.S. needs to form a sense of perspective when it comes to our priorities. Gay marriage is not as important as the threat of nuclear annihilation:

“I think it’s important that we have a sense of perspective about our priorities. In Iran, they hang you for the crime of being gay. They’re currently imprisoning an American preacher for spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ in Iran. We should focus on the most important priorities that our country faces right now, and I would say that a nuclear armed Iran, given its threat to the region and our interests in the region, and American citizens, is the most important thing that we can focus on.”

 Sounds sensible, right? Not to liberals, it seems.

You can see the disgust flash onto Savage’s face when MSNBC Host Alex Wagner says the word "perspective" when quoting Cotton. But, wait, Cotton can’t say that word. That’s a liberal word. They own it like they own the word "bigot" - a word that comes out of Savage’s ever-increasingly bullying mouth every other sentence. If Savage were Marvel’s Groot, he would say nothing but “You are Bigot.”

It’s a word he uses to define every person who doesn’t follow his ideology and fuel his narrative. See him say it here, as he calls Cotton a “bigot blender brain” for attempting to remind people that none of these social issues will matter if we’re all vaporized by a nuclear war:


"The hypocrisy of people like Tom Cotton, who wants America to get credit for being better on gay issues but will point to how bad it is elsewhere to justify making it worse here, how do you rationalize that except through some bigot blender brain."

This is the same guy who Disney ABC wants to promote on their networks. They want to tell the story of one the nation’s harshest and crudest bullies through a sitcom.

He advocates against bullying, but it only applies to the people he cares about. He has no problem openly mocking Republican nominees, telling them to perform sexual acts on him. He has no problem making vulgar comments about a statue of a pope, claiming that it looks like the statue had just finished molesting an altar boy. And, he most certainly has no problem bashing the bible in front of high school students and calling them “pansy-assed” for refusing to sit and listen to his hate-mongering.

Just imagine if the roles were reversed, the media would crucify and revile a person who spoke against their beliefs in such a disgusting manner.

But, they’re the ones with all the "perspective" and none of the hate, right?

See the original interview of Cotton on CNN here:




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