Not only did Ruth Bader Ginsburg shamelessly display open bias and an inability to objectively interpret the Constitution prior to hearing Obergefell v. Hodges by personally performing a same-sex wedding, she performed said services to a couple that has now been accused of violent sexual assault.
In 2015, Ginsburg, along with fellow Justice Elena Keagan, was criticized for openly demonstrating her favorable opinion of same-sex marriage in the period of time leading up to the landmark Supreme Court case that unconstitutionally made legalized same-sex marriage the law of the land.
At the time, many conservative groups including the American Family Association urged the court to recuse Ginsburg and Keagan, writing at the time in a campaign letter that “U.S. Supreme Court Justices Elena Kagan and Ruth Bader Ginsburg should recuse themselves from any cases involving the homosexual marriage issue on the basis that they have conducted same-sex marriage ceremonies.”
The couple she had married in 2014, David Daniels and Scott Walters, are both highly esteemed in the classical music world, Daniels is supposedly the most famous countertenor in the world and Walters a respected conductor.
Now, however, they’ve been hit with #MeToo accusations of a very gruesome nature.
Samuel Schultz alleges that in 2010, the two men drugged and raped him following a performance in Texas.
He claims he was left unconscious and woke the next afternoon in a strange bed, disoriented, in pain and bleeding.
The report said Schultz was a 23-year-old graduate student at Rice University, and he kept his experience secret for years because he feared repercussions.
“Emboldened by both the #MeToo movement and upon learning that Daniels had made tenure at the University of Michigan – where he’d be in close personal contact with young aspiring singers – Schultz filed a complaint with the U-M Police Department’s special victims unit in July. Authorities in Michigan, in turn, passed the complaint on to the Houston Police Department,” the report said.
“The investigation is active and no arrests have been made, Houston police said. They declined to provide any further details.”
He alleges he met Daniels and Walters in 2010 at a party for Houston Grand Opera’s run of “Xerxes,” and it was at a corporate apartment where they were staying that he accepted a drink.
“He says he only remembers taking a few sips of the drink at the couple’s apartment – and then he blacked out,” the report said.
His therapist at the time said the incident affected the student’s emotional and psychological state.
Walters and Daniels deny the claims.
Does this mean that every same-sex couple “married” legally in the US is a violent rapist. No.
But what it does mean is that when you try to twist the laws of man to go against the natural laws of God, you’re heading down a slippery slope where “sexuality” can easily lead into something far more sinister than just “love.”