Recently, American Family Association official Sandy Rios criticized the confirmation of Eric Fanning to be Army secretary. Rios didn’t find anything wrong with Fanning’s qualifications, she was just upset that he is a gay man. As a gay man, Rios said, Fanning cannot be an “alpha male.” “When it comes to leading men into battle, when it comes to being secretary of the Army, I’ll take an alpha male any day,” she said.
“Because, who do we have defending our country today? We have gay people, we have women, we have black soldiers. None of those groups are strong or vicious enough to do what needs to be done for America. Because, let’s face it – no amount of training can prepare you for the horrors of war. Because at some point, you’re going to be captured and taken in for torture. And how do you think they’re going to do that? Simple – they’ll target your weaknesses,” Rios opined.
She added, “Here’s how it’s going to work. If you’re a woman, that’s easy. They’re going to rape you, they’re going to mutilate you, they’re going to make sure you can never bear children, they’re going to target everything that makes you a woman. If you’re a gay man, that’s even more obvious. They’re going to bring in some monstrously-endowed interrogators who are going to make sure you get another opening to yawn from, if you know what I mean. Rape is really the most obvious option here, and that’s just the beginning.”
“And if you’re black,” she continued, “that’s where the story gets really gruesome. From what I’m told, when they capture black American soldiers, they utilize specialized torture programs on them. For example, they try to turn them against white people by brainwashing them. They play films that show the step-by-step procedure of Michael Jackson bleaching his skin to look more like a white person. They also play movies starring black women who fall in love with white guys. And one of the worst methods, from what I hear, includes an animated video clip depicting Abraham Lincoln, the man who abolished slavery, raping Michelle Obama. I can only imagine what that does to black people afterwards.”
“So, don’t get me wrong – I’m a woman, and I have nothing against homosexuals and black people, but if I were either one, I’d think twice about joining or staying in the army. Because you never know what could happen if you were to deploy first thing tomorrow. I wouldn’t want to get raped by a horde of angry Muslims half way around the world, and while this kind of gangbang might be a wet dream for gay people, I’d still fret what would happen afterwards. You know, if they do a good job. Get it? Because, let me tell you – you never forget a good gangbang. And no, I’m not going to tell you how I know that,” Rios concluded.