California governor appoints two more gay judges

Thursday, November 29, 2012
Becky Yeh - California correspondent (

A California pro-family leader says people in that state shouldn't be surprised by their governor's decision to appoint homosexual judges.

Last week, Governor Jerry Brown appointed the first openly homosexual judge to serve on the California Court of Appeals and appointed a lesbian attorney as justice in a San Diego court.

Brown's appointments of Jim Humes and Paula S. Rosenstein made history and are said to be the governor's first appointments of homosexual judges since being re-elected governor last year.

Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia, says this shows a lot about Brown's ultimate priority as governor -- which the family advocate argues is not to uphold the constitution.

Thomasson, Randy ("When he was governor the first time, he appointed the first openly homosexual person to be a judge in America," he tells OneNewsNow. "And now, by appointing two more openly homosexual judges, Jerry Brown is actually reinforcing that he doesn't care about the constitution, but he cares about promoting homosexuality and other gay practices."

Humes married his gay partner in 2008 when same-sex "marriage" was legal in California.

"Homosexual judges have been notorious for placing their own agenda -- promotion of homosexuality, bisexuality, trans-sexuality, and cross-dressing -- above the constitution and above the statutes," Thomasson says.

In addition, Brown made history last week by appointing the first Latino judge in a Central Valley appellate court.

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