Friday's "Faith and Freedom" radio broadcast was dedicated to Mat Staver and Matt Barber warning that the Employment Non-Discrimination Act is "a tragedy" that "must not pass" because, if it does, it will be the end of religious liberty in America.
Citing the firing of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich and supposed persecution of Phillip Monk, Barber spent a good portion of the broadcast railing against the "homofascists" in the gay rights movement who seek to use ENDA to utterly destroy religious freedom.
Calling ENDA the "crown jewel of the radical, sexual anarchist progressive left," Barber said that gay activists want to see it pass in order to "make sacrosanct all sorts of sexual perversion to the detriment of those who want to exercise and live out their lives and carry out their faith."
This push to destroy anyone who does not share their agenda, Barber said, is why more and more people are finally realizing that gay activists are "absolute thugs," which is exactly what they warned would happen, he said, before "Obama homosexualized the military" by repealing Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
"We have seen a military that used to recognize honor, dignity, things of that nature," Barber said, "now recognizes, as we've flipped it on its head, and now perversion is the order of the day instead of honor, dignity, service, and so forth":