By telling anti-gay minister Bradlee Dean that he can no longer solicit donations in their parking lots. Dean, and his "Christian" band You Can Run But You Cannot Hide, first gained attention after Congresswoman Michele Bachmann praised him for making remarks like "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 he received a GOP-sponsored booth at the 2010 Minnesota Republican State Convention.
Dean'sÂ latest claim to fame is delivering an opening prayer in the Minnesota State House that was so offensive that legislators called in the House Chaplain for a do over and the very Republicans who invited him have denounced him and said that he and his kind will never be invited to the House again.
Not not only has Walmart given Dean the boot but according to the Minnesota Independent he's lost his radio show:
Wal-Mart and Salem Communications have severed ties with two entities run by pastor Bradlee Dean, who made headlines last week for a controversial prayer before the Minnesota House of Representatives. David Brauer reports that AM 1280 The Patriot, owned by Christian broadcaster Salem Communications, dropped Deanâ€™s â€œSons of Libertyâ€ radio show, and Nick Pinto writes that Wal-Mart has told Deanâ€™s ministry, You Can Run But You Cannot Hide, that it can no longer fundraise in the parking lots of its Minnesota locations. MinnPostâ€™s Brauer notes that Dean was fired from AM 1280 before he gave his controversial speech before the House. The station pulled Dean after he engaged in a six-minute song mocking African Americans and then likened President Obama to Osama bin Laden. â€œFor a minister to do that made no sense,â€ station manager Ron Stone told MinnPost. Dean is in talks to move to Clear Channel owned KTLK, but that station says that Dean would have to make changes to his show.
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According to a Walmart spokesperson Dean had registered to solicit for funds using a false name. So much for "thou shalt not lie"!