What do you do when you are a Christian, who steps into the belly of the Beast (government schools) in order to educate America's young people on the Constitution, their forefathers, the ones that paid the ultimate sacrifice for their freedoms, God's law and the gospel of Jesus Christ; and liberal, homosexual attack dogs in the media come after you? Well, you do what you can and fight back. This is just what Bradlee Dean has done and is doing. In the latest news, Dean is continuing the fight against MSNBC and talk show host Rachel Maddow, in which she slandered him on national television, claiming that he was calling for the execution of homosexuals. He took it to court and months later chose to move his case to federal court, resulting in the judge overseeing the case declaring that before the case could move, Dean would have to pay MSNBC attorney's over $24,000. He appealed, and just last month the appeals court sided with the judge in the case. Now, Dean is determining how to proceed.
Of course, Dean's comments were taken out of context and twisted. Furthermore, the judge's decision was not a ruling, but a demonstration of prejudice. Dean told Freedom Outpost that they never even stepped foot inside the courtroom.
"We never lost our claim because there never was a ruling," he said. "Really what his all did was basically tell everybody that Bradlee Dean was willing to take it to MSNBC, but the judge, in favor of MSNBC, didn't want it to go there until I paid the attorneys off."
Dean believes that MSNBC came after his ministry because they saw the work of his ministry in the government schools and needed to incapacitate him. "They saw how effective we were in the schools and they sicked a jihad on us," he said.
To understand what brought all this on, consider the fact that Bradlee Dean has been going into the halls of America's government schools to reach this generation. His ministry, You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International, has ventured into over 350 public schools across the nation over the past two decades. Up until the time that he began to address the growing homosexual agenda, all seemed to be fine, as he was welcomed with open arms and warmly received by teachers, principals and students.
Once his voice came out openly opposing homosexuality, Dean became a target of the sodomite community.
Back in 2010 and 2011, following one of Dean's Sons of Liberty radio shows, Rachel Maddow decided to do a hit piece on Dean. Remember how MSNBC edited the George Zimmerman 911 call in the Trayvon Martin case in order to make Zimmerman appear as though he was a racist? They also did similar shenanigans with a father of a Sandy Hook victim to make him appear as though he supported more gun laws, as well as editing Texas Governor Rick Perry's statements to make him appear racist. Well, they did the same thing to Bradlee Dean.
So what did Maddow use and how did she use it? Here's the word Bradlee Dean spoke:
"Muslims are calling for the executions of homosexuals in America. This just shows you they themselves are upholding the laws that are even in the Bible of the Judeo-Christian God, but they seem to be more moral than even the American Christians do, because these people are livid about enforcing their laws. They know homosexuality is an abomination. And I continually reach out to the homosexual communities on this radio show, and I warn them, which one's love? Here you have Obama condemning it behind the backs of the homosexuals, but to their faces he's promoting it. Because he's the one that said that he would never, no matter which way the winds go, Obama said he is not going to condemn or go against the Muslim nation. He's also the guy that said we are no longer a Christian nation, we're a Muslim nation … The homosexuals, they need to listen… I say this to my gay friends out there, the ones that continuously nitpick everything I say in their defense and for their eternal destination, Hollywood is promoting immorality and God of the Heavens in Jesus' name is warning you to flee from the wrath to come, yet you have Muslims calling for your execution. "If America won't enforce the laws, God will raise up a foreign enemy to do just that. That is what you are seeing in America. Read Leviticus 26."
Clearly, Dean was warning the homosexuals that the Muslims, who are gaining a foothold here in America, are coming right behind their efforts for special rights as their executioners. No where was he calling for the lawless execution of homosexuals. It just isn't there. However, see for yourself what Maddow did with his words in 2010 and 2011:
She twisted his words in 2010, but did include a disclaimer from his website which read, "We have never and will never call for the execution of homosexuals." In 2011 though, she did the same thing, only dropped the disclaimer and drawing Congresswoman Michele Bachmann into the controversy, stating that Bachmann and Dean were "bloodthirsty" and calling for the "upping of the bloodshed in America's culture wars."
"Christians aren't doing the job by killing gays and lesbians," Maddow claimed Dean meant by his comments.
Following this second slanderous accusation, Dean's ministry was threatened to be bombed, he received death threats, leftist blog sites began posting his home address and pictures of his house, and even his street teams were targeted and removed from store property due to those that saw the slanted version of Maddow's defamatory report.
Dean then took the issue to court. He and his attorney appeared before Judge Joan Zeldon. MSNBC hired four powerful DC attorneys to represent them. However, seven months after filing the lawsuit, Dean's attorney wanted to withdraw the case from the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and file it in federal court.
According to a statement from Dean's ministry, "The move to another court was a 'tactical, strategic decision.'"
Dean's attorney then informed Judge Zeldon that he wanted to voluntarily dismiss the case from her court since it had been filed in federal court. Zeldon ruled that she would dismiss the case without prejudice if Dean paid Maddow's attorneys for the work they did in her court, which she assessed to be worth $24,625.23. However, Dean said he would not pay those fees because the work that attorneys did could be used in the federal court case, contrary to Zeldon's accusations that it could not be.
Zeldon was said to have been biased in her ruling as she is said to have referred to MSNBC's attorneys as "distinguished," but never referencing Dean's attorney in the same manner, according to the appellant brief filed. As a result of the appeal, the court affirmed the lower court's ruling last month.
While the federal court case was on hold pending the appeal process, it is still very much alive. Neither Judge Zeldon nor this appeal have determined whether or not there was actual defamation of Bradlee Dean by Rachel Maddow. As far as Judge Zeldon's decision that Dean pay Maddow's attorney's a ridiculous amount of money for work that would easily transfer over into the federal court case, Dean says that he will not be paying it.
"I don't mind paying for the lawsuit to bring Maddow and MSNBC to court, but I'm not going to pay for justice," Dean said. "I'm not going to pay a judge because she cannot distinguish between what is right and what is wrong."
So far, Dean says that he is not only considering pursuing the federal court case, but is also considering an individual lawsuit against Rachel Maddow.
While I can see why we pay for the services of attorneys, this does seem a bit overboard on the part of the courts considering that the work put together on the part of Maddow's attorneys could be used in the federal court case. I realize that some of it might have to be redone, but it would be minimal work, not work worthy of over $24,000. It seems there was extreme prejudice in the case, and it was aimed at Bradlee Dean.