by Susan Frommer | Top Right News
The singer for a multi-platinum selling international recording group is being blasted on Twitter after a friendly and innocuous Tweet in support of the ‘Duck Dynasty’ Robertson clan and their “family values”.
Perhaps Mr. Payne missed the recent Phil Robertson fiasco, but the “gay mafia” simply will not tolerate any support for religious values when it comes to homosexuality, or even a hint of support.
So needless to say, Payne’s Twitter feed lit up. LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) celebrities in particular hammered Payne for his kind words.
Tyler Oakley, an openly gay YouTube personality, had a special message for the young star when he said, “this changes everything.” Towing behind him his 1 million subscribers, the gay man sought to revive the war they already lost.
Oakley also wrote, “I live for the ignorance in my replies right now. I’ve never seen so many tweens telling me to kill myself and to leave the fandom. Amazing,” at one point. Tens of thousands of Pakley’s followers, among others, joined the absurd criticism of Payne.
Payne would have none of it, and hit back, attacking those who would deny him his “freedom of speech”. Nice to see, unlike ‘The View’s” Sherri Shepherd, Payne refused to apologize or back down an inch. Slamming the media as well, Payne said that he was sick of what they considered news—he even explained that someone had reported what he bought for a family dinner.
Payne’s fans got his back, unleashing supportive Tweets in his defense for hours.
Annoyed with the gay Twitter attackers, Payne informed his fan base that he was , “Sick of all this bull,” and that he would, “be back again when the freedom of speech law is back.”
It looks like the homosexual left that has demanded their “rights” for years want to deny those rights to anyone who disagrees with their positions.
We salute Liam Payne, but wonder how many more celebrities feel the same way, but remain silent, out of fear of what GLAAD and the “gay mafia” in Hollywood will do to hurt their careers. Enough is enough.