Editorial: Homosexuals influence Swinney

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney withdrew from a Palmetto Family Council awards event in South Carolina because some liberal legislators consider it a “hate group.”

This is because the Family Council opposes homosexual marriage and homosexual advocates managed to cancel Swinney’s appearance.

Officials from the Palmetto Family Council had spoken with Swinney in advance. He was going to get the South Carolina Champion of 2015 award.

“It was my understanding,” Swinney said in a statement, “that the nomination and selection for this award was based on the work done by our All In Foundation and the difference it is making in our community. My acceptance of this award was to be on behalf of all the volunteers that make our foundation a success.

“However, after much thought, in order to avoid a distraction for the team and the entire football program, I’ve decided it is in the best interests of all involved that I not attend the event on June 2.”

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, who is not controlled by homosexual activists, gave the keynote address.

“It’s amazing how many people have called us and just wanted to pray with us over the phone,” Wilson  said, “or sent us verses of Scripture by text and by e-mail to encourage us. That’s definitely what we want to focus on in this struggle.”

The strategy of the homosexual agenda is to attack traditional and Christian values and anyone who dares to speak out against perversion.

Shame on Swinney for bowing to the wishes of immoral secularists.