‘Glee’ Serves up Bible Mockery, Gay Propaganda for Valentine’s Day
The TV musical “Glee” has a long history of pushing the envelope on sexual matters and promoting the homosexual lifestyle. The Valentine’s Day episode of Glee, titled “Heart,” marked a new low in Glee’s campaign against traditional sexual morality, by mocking the Bible.
A lesbian student, Santana asked a group of Christians called the “God Squad” to sing for her girlfriend as part of a “singing telegram” performance. The idea didn’t sit well with a new homeschooled student, who conveniently fit all the stereotypes liberals have of homeschoolers (the unsocialized, barefoot son of a Bible salesman who listens to talk radio but doesn’t own a TV). His reluctance sparked a conversation among the so-called “God Squad” about the Bible’s teachings on homosexuality.
The students of the “God Squad” claimed to respect his decision – and then mocked the Bible’s relevance on homosexuality.
The leader of the “God Squad,” Mercedes, declared: "They say one out of every 10 people are gay. And if that's true, that means one of the 12 apostles might have been gay. My guess is Simon, because that name's the gayest."
Mercedes’ statistics are as faulty as her Biblical knowledge (two apostles were named Simion: Simon Peter and Simon the Zealot). Even the Williams Institute, which has as its mission “advances sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy through rigorous, independent research and scholarship, and disseminates it to judges, legislators, policymakers, media and the public” disagrees with that figure, declaring that around 4% of the population is LGBT.
Not that the rest of the “God Squad’s” conversation was anything better than an atheist squad doing a shallow hit piece on the Bible.
One of them, Sam, chimed in: “The Bible says its an abomination for a man to lay with another man, but we shared tents in cub scouts and slept next to each other all the time – so that would make Cub Scouts an abomination.”
Another character said: “You know what else the Bible says is an abomination? Eating lobster, planting crops in the same field, giving someone a proud look – not an abomination? Slavery. Jesus never said anything about gay people. That’s a fact.”
Sam replied: “Well maybe he wanted to, but he didn’t want to hurt Simon’s feelings.”
Predictably, by the end of the episode, the homeschooled student saw the light, declaring “love is love” and singing for the lesbian cheerleaders.
The episode was full of “Glee’s” usual instances where the gay lifestyle was pushed on viewers, featuring lesbian kissing in the hallways and a student coming out that he was gay. Lesbian cheerleader Santana complained: “All I want to be able to do is kiss my girlfriend, but I guess no one can see that, because there’s such an insane double standard at this school.”
In a singularly ironic way, she’s right. There is an insane double standard at that school – in favor of the homosexual lifestyle.
By mocking the Bible, “Glee” has gone further down the rabbit hole in pushing homosexual propaganda on its viewers.