BY STEVE WILLIAMS
The Ugandan government reportedly issued a statement Friday saying that it doesn’t discriminate against gays and that they are free to assemble whenever they like, with the AP reporting this as a marked climb down from the acutely hostile legislators—except it’s nothing of the sort.
The AP reports:
Responding to growing international criticism of anti-gay efforts in Uganda, the government said in a statement Friday that it does not discriminate against people “of a different sexual orientation.”
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