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In another sniveling pro-gay agenda article published on page A19 of today's Saturday national edition entitled "Gays Seeking Asylum in the U.S. Face New Hurdles," the four-eyed marxist wordsmiths at Amerika's newspaper of record take the insanity up a notch. This article tells the story of a down-low Brazilian named Something Castro who snuck into the US earlier in the decade, and who recently was awarded a green card based on the fact that he was gay (or so he claimed), and that being gay in Brazil was just so perilous that it would be wrong to deport him to.
[SOUND OF TIRES SCREECHING]
Being gay in Brazil is dangerous? WTF?
|Too Dangerous To Be Gay Here, Says the NYT.|
From the article:
"One lawyer recalled a recent client who applied for asylum on the basis of sexual orientation, then showed up a few weeks later with his wife, seeking help with a green card. In 2009, Steven and Helena Mahoney of Kent, Wash., pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a consulting business in which, among other things, they coached straight people on how to file gay asylum claims.
"For fees of up to $4,000, the Mahoneys provided asylum seekers with dramatic (if fictional) stories of anti-gay persecution, along with lists of gay bars and maps of the gay pride parade route in Seattle to help them pass as gay, according to federal prosecutors. Mr. Mahoney was sentenced to 18 months in prison, Mrs. Mahoney, to 6 months."