Lately it seems like these anti-gay politicians caught cheating on their wives are in the news almost as much as mass shootings. Almost.
Indiana House Majority Leader Judson “Jud” McMillin, who cosponsored the state’s contentious religious freedom law, resigned Tuesday after an explicit video starring McMillin was sent via text message from his phone to all of his phone contacts, including legislative officials.
Oh, that’s awesome. He couldn’t have sent that video himself, right? It’s almost like a thriller flick. Who sent those texts? Is the culprit texting from INSIDE THE HOUSE???
McMillin’s resignation comes after the house leader reached out to his phone contacts explaining his phone was stolen in Canada and to disregard any messages they received within the period that it went missing.
So that’s your story, eh? Lost your phone in Canada and now someone’s sending porn to all your peeps? Yeah, we’re all gonna believe that. Especially since it’s you in the video boinking some non-wife of yours.
McMillin is known for his staunch anti-gay views, opposing nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people and speaking out against marriage equality.
But of course he’s against gay marriage. Letting the queers marry would cheapen the very institution of marriage, which is the central pillar of our moral society. Or some crap like that. I’ve said it many times: anyone so vehemently opposed to letting loving gay couples marry is definitely hiding something gloriously embarrassing.