Preach Phil Snider gives people a shock with his intense speech on gay rights.
It starts off, as he explains "gay rights goes against the plain truth of God." He goes on for minutes, trashing homosexuality and explaining how it is an aberration of faith.
The onlooking crowd looks bored, but also like they are listening in peace at what he's saying.
It is not in-line with the Bible, he says.
There's a twist, though. After the slew of bigoted remarks, he abruptly says “I’m sorry, I’ve brought the wrong notes with me this evening. I’ve borrowed my argument from the wrong century. It turns out what I’ve been reading to you this whole time are direct quotes from white preachers from the 1950s and the 1960s all in support of racial segregation.”
It is, then, that people realized he was actually in favor of gay rights and making a point by reading the intensely racist text.
He has, since, been hailed as a hero for his stand with the LGBT community.