By Bryan Fischer
If you want a peek into where America’s homosexual activists want to take us here in America, look no further than Madrid, Spain, where a prosecutor tried to get Judge Fernando Ferrin Calamita thrown in prison for issuing a pro-family ruling in an adoption case.
Although the prosecutor was unsuccessful in that attempt, he did manage to get Judge Calamita barred from the bench for 27 months and fined 6,000 euros ( $7,759 U.S.).
And despite the fact that its actions are against the law, the government is coming after him for the $130,000 in pay he received while he was waiting for the outcome of his investigation and trial.
So what did this judge do to get fined, forced to cough up back pay, and nearly get thrown in jail? What heinous crime did he commit? Did he take a bribe? Knowingly acquit a guilty man? Knowingly convict an innocent man? Exercise his judicial duties while under the influence of drugs?
Nope. His crime was to delay a decision on a lesbian adoption case until he received a report on the impact of the wanna-be lesbian mom on the child.
For exercising his due diligence as a family judge, which, by the way, is his sworn duty, homosexual activists have hounded him out of a job, nearly incarcerated him, and likely bankrupted him.
He is unlikely to get any political support, since even the most conservative of Spain’s political parties cowers in limp-wristed cowardice before the vitriolic animosity of the deviancy cabal in the land of Iberia.
This serves as warning to the pro-family community in the West. The homosexual lobby is not content simply to win in court. They want to lock us up.
Churchill once pointed out that if you will not fight for the right when you can win, “you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival.”
That day has come for the pro-family movement in Spain, and it will come soon to America unless people of conscience stand in the gap against the relentless pressure of a diabolical enemy.
Self-Educated American contributing editor, Bryan Fischer, is Director of Issue Analysis for Government and Public Policy at the American Family Association, and is the host of the daily ‘Focal Point’ radio talk program on AFR Talk, a division of the American Family Association. ‘Focal Point’ airs live from 1-3 pm Central Time, and is also simulcast on the AFA Channel, which can be seen on the Sky Angel network.