It’s true. A dead man has swung a vote in favour of homosexual rights at the Northern Ireland Assembly. After a two-hour debate at Stormont, 39 assembly members voted in favour of a DUP motion censuring government plans to introduce so called "equality legislation" for gays, lesbians and bisexuals and 39 against it. Because the vote was tied, it did not go through, but get this….
Sinn Fein/IRA West Belfast assembly member Michael Ferguson died in September. The St Andrews Agreement Act enables parties to use the vote of an assembly member who has died but has not yet been replaced. And so it was that even though Ferguson is long since in his grave, his vote was cast in favour of the pro-sodomite lobby. Only in Northern Ireland is it considered possible to use a DEAD MAN’S VOTE to enshrine pro-Gay legislation – shocking. How did Sinn Fein/IRA know what Ferguson thought on this issue?
It’s interesting to also observe that WHILST unionists voted against the gay activists legislation nationalists and republicans were all in favour of it. I wonder which part of Roman Catholic theology embraces homosexuality perversion, exactly?