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Wisconsin’s ‘Sodomite Whorehouse’

Posted on | October 19, 2016 | Comments Off on Wisconsin’s ‘Sodomite Whorehouse’


The University of Wisconsin opened the football season with a victory over LSU, and the Badgers were 4-0 going into their Oct. 1 game against Michigan, which they lost 14-7, and last week Wisconsin got beat 30-23 by Ohio State. Why are the Badgers losing? Because they don’t love Jesus!

“[Westboro Baptist Church] will protest the sodomite whorehouse masquerading as the University of Wisconsin-Madison in religious protest and warning. Ranked the top LGBT friendly and the top party school in the nation, UW-Madison spends more time indoctrinating the drunken students to worship the fag agenda [than] to learn anything meaningful.”

Badger Herald columnist Yusra Murad urges her fellow students to treat the WBC protests with “apathy,” and UW Professor Ann Althouse doesn’t seem to take this prophetic message seriously, either, but the question must be asked: Why have the Badgers lost two games in row?

Isn’t it possible that the UW football team has succumbed to the degenerate anti-Christian influence of “the fag agenda” in Madison?

Certificate in LGBT Studies
The LGBT Studies Certificate Program, housed administratively in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, is a campus-wide program open to students in any major. Courses that count toward this interdisciplinary certificate come from a wide range of fields including literature, history, sociology, medical history, as well as from gender and women’s studies, which is in itself an interdisciplinary field.
The certificate program requires 15 credits in LGBT Studies.

Among the courses taught this fall in Wisconsin’s LGBT Studies Certificate Program is “Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer + Studies” (WS 200), where the required textbook is LGBTQ People & Issues, a 218-page anthology edited by University of Wisconsin Professor Cabell Hankinson Gathman, who “lives in Madison with her husband, two small children, and four cats.”

Far be it from me to say that the University of Wisconsin should not hire pink-haired bisexuals to teach its LGBTQ Studies courses, but the question is, how does this affect the Badgers football team?

You may scoff at Westboro Baptist Church, but given the evidence that Wisconsin is quite literally “indoctrinating” students with what WBC calls “the fag agenda,” isn’t it possible that the Badgers are suffering divine punishment for their university’s sins? Quarterback Alex Hornibrook completed only 9-of-25 passes and threw three interceptions against Michigan, and the Badgers offensive line failed to protect Hornibrook last Saturday when he was sacked on the final play of an overtime lost to Ohio State, after Wisconsin blew a 10-point halftime lead.


Clearly, Wisconsin is a football team that doesn’t love Jesus.

“For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men . . .”
Romans 1:18 (KJV)

Some would say it’s wrong to interpret something as mundane as a football game as evidence of God’s wrath against Wisconsin, but isn’t it possible that maybe the Westboro Baptist Church protest in Madison is a divine message calling the sinners to repentance? After all, the Badgers will be on the road Saturday against Iowa, and if Wisconsin wants to recapture the Heartland Trophy from the Hawkeyes, isn’t it about time they got right with the Lord? Isn’t sinful lust prevalent in Madison?

University of Wisconsin under federal
investigation for handling of sexual assault cases

With three open federal investigations into possible violations in handling sexual assault cases, the University of Wisconsin has the fourth highest number of probes in the nation, according to Department of Education numbers. . . .
UW is in the midst of what Erin Thornley-Parisi, spokesperson for Dane County Rape Crisis Center, called a sexual violence “epidemic.”
“We have made some advances, [but] I don’t think we’re even close to where we need to be,” Thornley-Parisi said.
Reports of sexual assault at UW are on the rise, according to data from the Dean of Students Office and as first reported by the Capital Times. From 2011 to 2013, there were more than 120 reports of sexual assault each year. In 2014, that number rose to 172. As of Dec. 4, 2015, there were 203 reports of sexual assault on campus.


UW-Madison student arrested on tentative
charges of sexual assault, according to police

A 20-year-old UW-Madison student was arrested Monday in connection with a sexual assault that occurred Downtown last week, according to Madison police.
Police arrested Alec R. Cook on Monday in the sexual assault that took place on Oct. 12 at 11:30 p.m. in Cook’s apartment on the 500 block of North Henry Street. . . .
Cook was arrested on two tentative charges of second-degree sexual assault, as well as strangulation, battery and false imprisonment.

“The young men have turned into drunkards or sodomites likewise the young women have turned into drunkards or whores. UW-Madison is proud of their national distinction in lust and hedonism.”
Westboro Baptist Church

Do you think maybe a “religious protest and warning” is way overdue for Wisconsin students? But probably the heathens in Madison won’t heed this call to repentance, and I’d bet Iowa wins by 7 Saturday.





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