Dave Rubin is a Gay Hypocrite

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Someone linked me this video from Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report. The Right is just falling over itself to be love-struck by good old Dave. You see, he used to be a progressive but then saw the light and he’s now one of us! Isn’t that bitching! So cool, dude. Here he is with his new video where he explains why he’s not a leftie anymore.

I was watching the video and I was thinking that it was okay, nothing new but okay, when suddenly out of the blue came this line:

“I’m a married gay man …”

Hang on a second – you’re a what? (And no, I didn’t know that Rubin was gay. Everyone is fucking gay these days. It’s like we’re getting to the stage where you just have to assume someone is gay unless he tells you otherwise …

I’m not gay …)

Dave’s admission of having a gay marriage clashes rather abruptly with his earlier statement that progressives hate everyone who is a white Christian male.

So let me get this straight. Dave was all hip with the progressive stuff – his show even began on The Young Turks – and he even got married to another man. It was only at that point that he became a little uncomfortable with which way the wind was blowing.

Isn’t that nice? Dave wants to have his gay cake and eat it too. Gay marriage is not about giving gay’s “rights”. It’s about normalizing homosexuality and undermining the sanctity of the Catholic Church which is one of the three central pillars on which our Western civilization is built. Which makes it kind of a big deal to so many people. Particularly those white Christian males that he was apparently all keen on defending.

Dave is prancing around saying that he’s not a progressive any more, at the same time that he’s saying that he is a gay married man. Sorry Dave, that’s called being a complete hypocrite. We might begin to take you seriously when you cancel your blasphemous marriage. Otherwise you’re just as bad as the progressives that you claim to have disavowed.

  • Deplorable Steve

    Amen Adam. Could not have said it better myself. I am so over the fag era and its nauseating agenda. The traditional family is the bedrock of our civilisation, not some dead end route (pun intended) whereby Bruce loves Brad…

    • Bruce Mc

      I do not! :p

  • I have never heard of Dave Rubin, but he sounds like a very confused person with a twisted psyche.
    It’s very tiring to be subjected to Homosexuals trying to force society to accept their unnatural queer agendas.
    “Safe Schools” is an example.
    Thin edge of the wedge. There are depraved cretins trying to normalise kiddy fiddling. Next will be a push to accept bestiality and legalise marriage between beast and man.

    There are Marxists and subgroups busily at work to denigrate and destroy keystones of our Western society. Obliterate the Christian Churches and denigrate and vilify Christians.

    Destroy the concept of the traditional family.
    Re engineer the concept of marriage.
    Vilify White people and implant a White Guilt narrative.

    Destroy the concept of Nationhood via unfettered immigration.
    Force Islam and Sharia law down our throats.

    Attack Conservatives of any description: destroy all obstruction to the Marxist/Socialist aims, by any means.
    Entrench Globalism and forcibly manifest its evils.
    Divide and conquor White Christian society.
    The list goes on and on.

    If twisted and lying dialogue fails, these same feral Marxists and cohorts of useful idiots gleefully resort to violence.

  • Karen Dwyer

    And over at “globally inclusive” FB (to which I am not a subscriber): some are equal than others.
    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/facebook-freezes-out-christian-vlogger-for-quoting-bible-about-homosexualit

  • entropy

    I don’t have a problem with gay men being married… as long as their wives know.

    Let’s just remember that marriage isn’t exclusive to the Catholic Church. Variations of marriage are practiced by virtually all cultures around the world. As our societies evolved, they came to the conclusion that marriage is a positive institution to solemnise the sexual relationship between a man and a woman and to protect any resultant offspring. All peoples, in geographical isolation from one another, came separately to the same conclusion: that marriage is a heterosexual institution.

    That is a much stronger argument against gay marriage than any religious rhetoric.

    • Adam Piggott

      Marriage might not be exclusive to the Catholic Church but our civilization sure as hell is.

      • entropy

        I’d agree that our civilisation is based on Christian values but Australia was settled under the Church of England – only one-tenth of the convicts on the First Fleet were Catholic. I guess there’s an argument that the roots of our civilisation go back much further than that, but then we’d probably have to attribute it to Zeus and Hera.

        I just think there are much better arguments against gay marriage than religious ones, which are only effective on those of faith. In fact, one of my main frustrations with this debate is that gay marriage advocates constantly claim there is “no good argument against gay marriage” because they’re intellectually dishonest pricks who only ever choose to remember the religious ones.