BOB UNRUH, WND Faith
Texas pastors have begun warning about a new ad campaign from the ACLU of Texas demanding that the state’s residents “pee with LGBT.”
The Texas Pastor Council previously told the National Football League – when it threatened a boycott because of the Texas Legislature’s bill to require men to use men’s restrooms – that if forced to choose, “Don’t let the ticket gate hit you on the way out of Texas.”
These are the same pastors who fought back in 2014 when Houston Mayor Annise Parker rammed through the city council a pro-transgender city ordinance. WND broke the story when Parker subpoenaed the sermons of several pastors, and the resulting outrage forced her to back down. Her city’s voters, after the state Supreme Court ordered the city to allow a vote, trashed her plan.
Now the pastors’ group president, Dave Welch, warns “the ‘real’ opposition against the bathroom bill, the Texas Privacy Act, is beginning to surface, and it’s not a pretty picture.”
The bill would simply have biological men use men’s restrooms, and biological females use women’s facilities.
Welch cited a new ad from the ACLU of Texas that contends the bill is only “keeping transgenders from using the bathrooms that they identify with.”
“We can stop the bill, but there’s only one way,” say the actors in the ad in chorus fashion. “You’ve got to roll up your sleeves, pull down your pants, and pee with LGBT. … You’ve got to spray it, to say it.”