Prominent gay journalist debunks Matthew Shepherd “hate crime” narrative
A lie will eventually run out of steam and the truth will expose it as a lie. But when lying and deception is the substance of the matrix a group constructs for itself, the truth hardly matters. A new book by Stephen Jimenez is unraveling the official hate crimes narrative used as a basis to pass so many unnecessarily punitive laws against innocent Americans.
Now, this gutter-level falsehood wasn’t uncovered by some white conservative with a homophobic itch to scratch, but by someone who’s arguably a card carrying member of the gay movement. Consequently Jimenez’s book has been met with a tsunami of venomous condemnation by the erstwhile tolerant gay community.
So, the truth is surfacing, but don’t think for a minute that homosexuals who have so much invested in this lie, will accept the truth. Its just more proof of how homosexuals can yell fire and the gay obsessed media will quickly spread it, even if it is an unsubstantiated lie.
Its also been proven false that homosexuality isn’t genetic or inherited, but they still act and talk as if it were the 11th commandment.
It was a farce arrest that led to the revocation of sodomy laws via the Lawrence v Texas case, but who cares if its black gay “hero” was discarded and died a pauper?
18th century English playwright Susanna Centlivre said: “Lying is a thriving vocation.” Matthew Shepherd is dead and Tyron Garner is dead but the gay community is just fine because the resulting narratives were about an agenda, not equality or justice for the two people. Maybe the Human Rights Campaign should adopt a slogan which says “dead gays are the best gays”. Homosexual activists have cashed in on windfall of benefits, government issued AIDS cash and social upheaval from the deaths of Shepherd and Garner.
Michael Cook wrote on his blog Mercatornet, “This week it became obvious that America’s sexual revolution has been built on lies.” Indeed, the entire homosexual rights agenda —unlike the civil rights movement— is built on a mountain of convenient lies.
Stephen Jimenez is an award-winning journalist, writer and producer. He is a 2012 Norman Mailer Nonfiction Fellow and has written and produced programs for ABC News 20/20, Dan Rather Reports, Nova, Fox, Court TV and others. His accolades include the Writers Guild of America Award, the Mongerson Award for Investigative Reporting (Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism), an Emmy, and several fellowships at the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming. A graduate of Georgetown University, he has taught screenwriting at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and other colleges.