Gay rights leads to giant evil “super mice”

Steven here…

Looks like the supermarket chain, Tesco, has a problem with horrible rodents. From Pink News:

Health inspectors found a “supermouse” in the Tesco Metro branch in London’s Covent Garden. The mouse had swollen to much larger than normal size because it had been feeding on chicken and cakes.

Tesco pleaded guilty at Westminster magistrates’ court yesterday, as the court heard that staff had failed to fix doors, pipes and loose ceiling tiles, which had allowed mice to enter fridges and food crates.

Wow, sounds like they messed up pretty bad. Good thing this is being dealt with. But I can’t help but wonder how their pest problem got so bad. Oh wait, Stephen Green of the Christian Voice has figured that out for us. Hooray! Now we can improve our public health regulations for the better.

“It is symptomatic of the bad management of Tesco. Any company which announces its support for gay pride six weeks before Christmas obviously can’t operate basic pest control.”

What a relief! All we have to do to stem the tide of mutant rats is to stop treating gay people like they are people. I admit it took me a while to make the connection between basic human decency and an infestation from the pits of Hell, but I think I grasp it. See, if we give gay people the same rights that straigt people have and treat them with respect, all of the filthy creatures of the night will see this and suddenly think that they deserve “special rights” too. Mark my words, it’s only a matter of time before June becomes Flea-ridden Varmint Pride Month and we have activist judges forcing our children to marry perverted rats.

Either that or the infestation wasn’t connected to equality at all and a Christian leader decided to take a cheap shot.

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