Jerry Kenney has a simple challenge for all those people with "the great gay think tanks that they claim to have": Prove to him scientifically that there really is such a thing as gays.
"I don't believe in gay people," the America's Survival television host says. "I don't believe there is such a thing as a gay person."
To convince Kenney that there is such as thing as a gay person, you would have to prove to him "scientifically, with some evidence, that there really is what they call a gay gene or whatever."
Your efforts, however, will be vain.
"They can't, there isn't. It's a behavior," Kenney confidently asserts.
So even if you are the greatest thinker at the greatest gay think tank in the world, and even if you present to Kenney the collective evidence of all the great gay think tanks, and even if you yourself are gay, you will fail to persuade Kenney that you exist.
You have to admit, it's an airtight line of reasoning.
Science, 1; Great Gay Think Tanks, 0.
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