- Tennessee–State Senate panel advances law that would prohibit the discussion of homosexuality in schools.
- Virginia–The State Attorney General says that state board does not have authority to allow gay adoptions.
- Georgia–Atlanta Braves pitching coach is investigated for making anti-gay slurs and gestures.
- Alabama–A lesbian was beaten and then arrested by a group outside a bar.
- Kentucky–A member of the Masonic Lodge in Lexington was kicked out for being gay.
- Mississippi–The designated hate group, American Family Association, started a boycott against Home Depot for making donation to a gay organization.
Then, over a 24-hour period on April 27 and 28, 2011, a devastating storm with major tornadoes wreaked its havoc on the states of Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Virginia. Don’t see any cause-effect relationship here? You mean you don’t think it was the wrath of God? Nothing but a coincidence?
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