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Anti-Gay NJ Teacher Viki Knox Gives Silent Interview: VIDEO

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CBS New York went to the home of anti-gay NJ teacher Viki Knox and her husband Gene spoke out in her defense.

Said Knox's husband: "The ones that are vilifying her, if they knew her, they would not. They would not do that or say that...Everybody's entitled to an opinion...They can persecute her, but they can't prosecute her."

Viki Knox remained silent. Which is funny, because she had so much to say on Facebook.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

Previously...
NJ Governor Calls Teacher Viki Knox's Anti-Gay Facebook Remarks 'Disturbing' [tr]
Hundreds Protest Anti-Gay Facebook Remarks at NJ School Board Meeting: VIDEO [tr]
NJ Teacher Under Investigation for Calling Homosexuality a 'Sin' That 'Breeds Like Cancer' [tr]

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  1. @Lance...Right on brother!

    Posted by: Chicklets | Oct 19, 2011 6:57:54 PM


  2. This is what it's come down to. Bigots calling themselves victims of gay discrimination. Well, she is a victim alright. Of religious brainwashing and her own stupidity. Clearly, she is not fit to teach children.

    It's scary what we're unearthing, just how DEEP the levels of homophobia are within school systems in this country. Principals, students, teachers and parents alike. No wonder we see the tragic stories of LGBT teens committing suicide and self-harm. It's beyond time for us to protect the future from these evil forces.

    Posted by: Francis | Oct 19, 2011 7:19:24 PM


  3. I would think that teachers should be remain neutral on issues.

    Posted by: lk | Oct 19, 2011 7:47:25 PM


  4. This is all being orchestrated by people who have intentionally pitted African-Americans against the gay community and vice versa. The disgusting thing is it's being done by people who hate black people and gay people. It's a damned shame that people are too stupid to realize that.

    Now Rick Santorum is claiming that Republicans should do the same thing with the Latino community in order to get their vote in spite of their anti-immigrant/racist policies. The sad thing is, it will work like a CHARM!

    Posted by: TampaZeke | Oct 19, 2011 8:02:23 PM


  5. "The ones that are vilifying her, if they knew her, they would not."

    We know her by her fruits. The vile, rotten, evil fruits spewed from her mind into her keyboard and into the hearts and minds of CHILDREN.

    Posted by: Kevin | Oct 19, 2011 8:09:14 PM


  6. i honestly don't know why she doesn't just remain at home and keep her husband's hearth clean and do his bidding like the BIBLE SAYS.

    She can go get herself a job at the local Christian private school where she can continue to "have her opinion" and proselytize all she wants.

    And is anyone else posted equally as hateful racial edicts which can and HAS been justified by chapter and verse of her same "holy" bible there would be riots and protests.

    She obviously does not realize how hateful her words are and she gets it all...from her church.

    Posted by: mcNnyc | Oct 19, 2011 8:19:21 PM


  7. I'll lose the lust and she can lose the gluttony. I am only imagine the amount of grease and fried chicken crumbs on her keyboard.

    Posted by: Ladislav | Oct 19, 2011 9:07:40 PM


  8. Being gay and black I've dealt with creeps like this before. That is to say MEMBERS OF MY OWN FAMILY.

    They are BEYOND PATHETIC.

    They've lost and they would rather die than admit it.

    Posted by: David Ehrenstein | Oct 19, 2011 9:35:19 PM


  9. Way to bring in the "fried chicken streotype" LADISLAV. You are just as vile as she is.

    Posted by: Brian in Texas | Oct 19, 2011 9:55:32 PM


  10. With her, Brian, it's in play: she opened the floodgates for it. :)

    Posted by: Cody | Oct 19, 2011 10:01:28 PM


  11. @Brian In Texas Back in the 70's I (white) was riding with my friend (black) on the way to Thanksgiving dinner at his parents' house about 40 miles away. As we drove through his old neighborhood he pointed out a good restaurant. I said, 'So do they have good chicken?" I thought he was going to wreck. Then, wide-eyed, I said look at the f'in sign (extolling their chicken.) Anyway, at the time I had no clue that chicken was among the racist stereotypes.

    Posted by: Gary | Oct 19, 2011 10:10:29 PM


  12. so the bully gets to play the victim card....not so fast...even Gov Christie doesn't like her comment.

    Posted by: Chris | Oct 19, 2011 10:36:49 PM


  13. thank you David Ehrenstein. Your opinion is always of value to me.

    Posted by: ewe | Oct 19, 2011 10:37:26 PM


  14. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/19/patricia-mcallister-fired_n_1020252.html?ir=Education

    Posted by: ewe | Oct 19, 2011 11:15:42 PM


  15. When did she become the victim?! What about the LGBT students that had to be "taught" by her? Way to go media for letting her get away with this tactic.

    Posted by: Redebbm | Oct 20, 2011 12:10:14 AM


  16. WOW!!!
    From TampaZeke!
    This is all being orchestrated by people who have intentionally pitted African-Americans against the gay community and vice versa. The disgusting thing is it's being done by people who hate black people and gay people. It's a damned shame that people are too stupid to realize that.

    Now Rick Santorum is claiming that Republicans should do the same thing with the Latino community in order to get their vote in spite of their anti-immigrant/racist policies. The sad thing is, it will work like a CHARM!..Well Tampa Hopefully not!

    Posted by: TampaZeke | Oct 19, 2011 8:02:23 PM

    Now on that Tampa I can truly say...A person who has spoken the truth on this!
    THANK YOU!

    Posted by: CHRIS DACHOCOLATEBEARCUB | Oct 20, 2011 12:52:51 AM


  17. @Tampazeke - you're right on the money!!

    Posted by: mboaz | Oct 20, 2011 1:07:44 AM


  18. After being called out for victimizing they become the victims.

    Posted by: lk | Oct 20, 2011 8:07:09 AM


  19. By being gay, I have learned to have empathy for other minorities. It makes me sad that she hasn't learned that lesson.

    Posted by: John | Oct 20, 2011 9:54:52 AM


  20. The problem is that these people think being gay is "an opinion". Being gay is who we are - hating us is hate, not "an opinion".

    Posted by: mike128 | Oct 21, 2011 12:20:10 AM


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