Oklahoma Legislator Wants Exemption To Hate Crimes Law In Order To End State’s Raging Corpse-Fucking Epidemic

Oklahoma state Sen. Steve Russell (R) plans to submit a bill that would authorize the state to opt out of the recently passed Matthew Shepard Act. Because it discriminates against the right to hate queers and would hinder the prosecution of corpse fuckers. SRSLY.

“The federal government should not be creating a special class of people, and that is just what they did when they passed and signed this bill,” Russell said. “All crimes against another person have some level of hate in them, and people can be assured that our laws that protect people against crimes such as murder are sufficient to protect everyone.” Russell said because the government has decided to intervene on issues of morality, he is worried that religious leaders who speak out against any lifestyle could be imprisoned for their speech. “The law is very vague to begin with,” Russell said. “Sexual orientation is a very vague word that could be extended to extremes like necrophilia.” Russell said he is also concerned if someone is attacked and killed for his or her sexual orientation, the suspect could pass the blame onto a religious leader who preached out against the lifestyle of the victim who was attacked.

What IS it about Christianists and corpse fucking? Russell plans to cite the Tenth Amendment in his bill, saying that the Tenth specifically restricts the federal government from imposing laws not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution. The Tenth Amendment has repeatedly been cited across Greater Wingistan as a way for states to avoid adhering to various federal programs, including heath care reform.