A new video has appeared on the internet showing two Christian preachers being assaulted by gay rights advocates for trying to preach during a gay pride march. The incident occurred during the Seattle Pride Fest on Sunday.
In the recently released video, you can see the two preachers standing at the park away from the marching crowd. One held a Bible and wore a t-shirt with the inscription ‘Trust Jesus’, while his partner held up a sign that read ‘Jesus saves from sin’ and ‘Repent or else.’
In the video, you can see the two preachers being repeatedly assaulted verbally by both male and female gay pride advocates. One heavily set man was particularly trying to beat them up, but was held back by his companions.
The restraint, however, did not last long, ‘cos after several attempts by a group of females to take down the sign, one male suddenly jumped on the sign bearer and succeeded to yank it away, sending the preacher crashing to the ground.
Then the heavily set man descended on the fallen preacher and pummeled away until police arrived and arrested him.
Police has identified the assailant as Jason Queree, who has reportedly been arrested 29 times since 1995 for nine felonies and 12 misdemeanors.
The preachers remained calm throughout the ordeal.
So much for gays preaching about tolerance.
WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE