Sunday, April 17, 2011

Proposition 8 Judge Vaughn Walker Admits To Being Homosexual

Retired Federal Judge Vaughn Walker who became especially well known for overturning Proposition 8, a gay marriage ban, has finally come out of the close himself. 

In an recent interview with Reuter’s on Wednesday, Walker admitted to being involved in a 10 year homosexual relationship of his own. So what could be Walker’s motivation for doing so now? More than likely it is with the hope of marrying his gay lover in an officiated same-sex marriage which he has now legalized in the state of California.
“Walker had never previously discussed his sexual orientation in the press, but on Wednesday said he was in a 10-year relationship with a physician,” the reporter wrote.
Although, Judge Walker left the bench in January,  he did not do so without first pounding his gavel one last time to overturn Proposition 8 and thereby legalize same-sex marriages as a law for California. This was nothing more than an ungodly attempt by a practicing homosexual judge to redefine the history and institution of traditional and biblical marriage by using the courts to do so.

Walker overturned Proposition 8, a constitutional amendment which clearly defines marriage as being that between one man and one woman.  Furthermore, Prop 8, was voted on and approved by a majority of California voters.  Thus Walker’s decision was one that would allow him to become a ’beneficiary’ of.  He excused himself before reporters with the following reasons for not recusing himself from this case,

To do so would be to go down a slippery slope where judges must recuse themselves from a judicial matter because of one’s race, gender or nationality. “It would not be a positive development if you thought a judge’s sexuality, ethnicity, national origin or gender would prevent a judge from handling a case,” he told reporters.
There was much speculation swirling about in the media and newspapers about Vaughn Walker’s sexual preferences in February 2010.  However, despite questions about his sexuality, Walker never attempted to disclose his secret gay lifestyle until now. Why?  Because rather than allowing justice to be truly served, Walker attempted to allow justice to serve and benefit him as well as other practicing gays and elesbians, by overturning Proposition 8.

Furthemore, prominent legal analysts and experts are now calling for Vaughn Walker’s controversial decision to be immediately vacated as the evidence suggest that the judge was clearly a “direct beneficiary” of his own biased ruling. 

Judge Vaughn Walker did protest to much.  The Bible says, ”Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.”