It’s probably not a good idea to go around the workplace saying that gays should be put to death when your boss is in fact gay. Also, if you believe that dinosaurs were created when a Satanic angel had sex with a woman, you might want to just keep it to yourself.
A 17-year veteran Dallas County jail guard has been fired after making numerous offensive statements to his co-workers, including that gays should be “put to death,” according to The Dallas Morning News. There’s no word on whether the guard, 59-year-old Stephen Johnson, was aware that his boss, Sheriff Lupe Valdez, is gay.
In any case, gays weren’t the only targets of Johnson’s hateful statements, and he apparently had a habit of interrupting private conversations among other guards to interject his beliefs. Johnson’s beliefs included the idea that whites are superior to blacks, and that slavery is supported by the Bible. He even showed a co-worker an ancestry binder that proved his family once owned slaves.
Under questioning about his statements by internal affairs investigators, Johnson offered his opinion about the origin of dinosaurs.
“I believe that all dinosaurs were born of Satanic angel who had sex with woman and the animal kingdom that created ungodly reptilian creatures none of these were on the ark,” he reportedly told them.
Not surprisingly, the investigators made note of this in their report.
“He continued making statements which included his belief that God had sex with angels, and that dinosaurs were destroyed because man had sex with them, as well as his belief that the Devil had sex with humans,” the report said.