By: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Hypocrisy has gone crazy as we have now learned that the nation’s leading anti-gay marriage organization was among the Christian conservative groups that knew that now resigned out of disgraced Ohio Assemblymen Wes Goodman, was Gay.
One of the members of the Citizens for Community Values board members told The Associated Press (AP), that the Cincinnati-based group first got wind of Wes Goodman’s consensual homosexual activity after the organization had endorsed him in last year’s legislative primary.
In fact back early summer, a non-House employee decided to come forward claiming to have evidence from the computer and cellphone screenshots of Goodman’s saying that he had been unfaithful to his wife with college students with the suggestive or explicit photos and messages found.
Goodman resigned last week after being busted having sex with a man in his state office. However they did not reveal what sex act it was he was busted doing! One can only imagine.
Conservative board member Board member Seth Morgan, added “Goodman did not have to deal with any general election opposition and was “dealing with it,”. so the issue was set aside by CCV and another group that was briefed, Ohio’s Conservative Republican Leadership Committee.”
Now here is the kicker! Another anti-gay conservative group known throughout the country as The Council for National Policy, admitted that they handled an internal complaint by another member of the organization that claims Goodman fondled an 18-year-old college student at a conference.
One has to wonder why Gay men want to hurt not only themselves but the people around them. This is the 21st century after all. Hopefully Goodman seeks professional help to come to the reality that he does not have to hate himself to live a lie – just to fit in with a crowd that you think you can benefit from.
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