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Perez Hilton Demonstates Why He is a BIGOT

Why Miss California didn’t win Miss USA pageant.

Perez Hilton or Mario Armando Lavandeira, Jr. is a “RENOWN” homosexual and shows his bigotry towards straight people in the above video.

Did Miss California’s answer on gay marriage affect his vote?

Here is the question and Hilton’s immediate reaction.

Perez Hilton a bigot?

On his blog following the ceremony, Hilton called Prejean a “dumb bitch” and described her answer  to his question “the worst answer in pageant history”.

It is unclear what land Miss California was speaking of when she said she lives in a place in which you can choose a same-sex marriage, because same-sex marriages are, at least for the time being, not an option in California.  It is equally unclear exactly what an “opposite marriage” is.   Even stranger is how Prejean became first runner-up when she didn’t answer the question presented to her.

For someone representing the state of California, in which the decision to overturn Prop 8 currently lies in the hands of the state Supreme Court,  Prejean showed a shockingly poor grasp on the issue of same sex marriage.

You betcha……..

Did Miss California, Carrie Prejean’s views on gay marriage cost her the Miss USA title?


No tolerance is permitted by the radical homosexual community.

Remember the California Propsition 8 campaign and its aftermath with over the top boycotts and protests?

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  • Flap

    But, Owen, the Defense of Marriage Act pre-empts this and of course, there is the doctrine of federalism where each state has its own rights. So, in this respect Perez Hilton is correct.

    In fact, his exact argument was used by Senator McCain on gay marriage.


    The Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, is the short title of a federal law of the United States passed on September 21, 1996 as Public Law No. 104-199, 110 Stat. 2419. Its provisions are codified at 1 U.S.C. § 7 and 28 U.S.C. § 1738C. The law has two effects:

    1. No state (or other political subdivision within the United States) needs to treat a relationship between persons of the same sex as a marriage, even if the relationship is considered a marriage in another state.
    2. The federal government may not treat same-sex relationships as marriages for any purpose, even if concluded or recognized by one of the states.

    The bill was passed by Congress by a vote of 85-14 in the Senate[1] and a vote of 342-67 in the House of Representatives,[2] and was signed into law by President Bill Clinton on September 21, 1996.

  • Sam Wilson

    Perez Hilton was supposed to be a judge. Judges are charged with being fair-minded and evaluating the contestants on their merits, not their political views. I would hate to see him be an NBA referee during the finals where he called fouls on all he disagreed with and let his favorites run rampant on the court.
    Perez appears to be the West Coast’s answer to Rosie O’Donnell: “bullying, boorish, uneducated, lacking culture
    and knowledge about what constitutes civilized behavior.

  • Alex

    This Gay guy is the most bigot Gay of all — He/She had no business being a judge as he already is biased on sexuality.

  • Alex

    Ha! Just goes to show that not all Alex’s are made the same. Pure and simple, she didn’t answer the question.

  • Equal protection

    For purposes of discussion…why is this Perez Hilton not subject to indictment under Tittle Seven legislation that makes it illegal-I paraphrase- “to discriminate in the workplace…on the basis of religion?

    Miss California was clearly at her “workplace” and was forced into answering a question that went to her religious beliefs. Hilton clearly created an uncomfortable and hostile environment…the very thing Title Seven forbids.

    I would very much like to see the laws enforced with some equality.

  • Alex

    Gay Rights Activists are the ones who are bigots. They talk about equality but they are the ones who disparage against those who are not gay. What a bunch of losers, crybabies and most of all self-absorbed hypocrites — and Mario Armando Lavandeira , the foul-faced voiced of Gay Activism seats at its throne.

  • Mitch

    @I agree with Alex. Some gays are good and some are not that sometimes they even look down women. I mean true women and guys. They feel so superior on their selves and what they can do.

  • Julia

    They talk about equality but they are the ones who disparage against those who are not gay. What a bunch of losers, crybabies and most of all self-absorbed hypocrites. Thank you.

  • Stefanie

    This video is opens so many contradiction. But the point is we should respect each others rights and opinion.  No matter who  he/she is, straight or not as long as we respect each other lives then I think there’s no big deal about it.