A failed Republican candidate for governor in Alabama has been discovered on a lesbian-impregnating rampage in New Zealand, despite his own anti-homosexual political actions and the fact that he’s married to a “two-time Mrs America finalist who has three children from a former relationship.” Bill Johnson, a conservative Christian politician who lost his 2009 campaign to become Alabama’s new wingnut governor, is now working for some charity in New Zealand. But he spends all his “free time” meeting lesbians online and then masturbating into a cup for the lesbians, who apparently want to have the children of this sketchy creep from the America’s Deep South. He also reportedly gives money to the lesbians, so they can have children even though they probably can’t afford the expense. It’s all so gross — he has knocked up somewhere between six and nine lesbians, with his anti-gay semen.
(Bill Johnson is apparently such a creep that the GOP in Alabama banned him from certain events, because he kept spreading weird rumors about the actual Republican governor.)
Three of the women are now pregnant, and Johnson has assisted another three with donations in the past month. It is believed he has been in communication with at least another three women to discuss sperm donation.
His actions as a sperm donor sparked concern in the fertility medicine community, whose guidelines recommend donations are made in the regulated environment of a fertility clinic, and that no man provide sperm donations to more than four families.
Freak! So how did the newspaper confirm that Alabama wingnut Bill Johnson was sexing-from-a-distance with all these lesbian ladies, even though he campaigned against gay marriage in America?
The Herald on Sunday approached Johnson on Thursday at a restaurant in Christchurch where he had just finished dining with one of the women he had successfully impregnated.Dr. Gundry reveals the top 3 common foods that you would have never guessed were the cause of your fatigue.
He said the urge to become a biological father was “a need that I have.”
Oh it’s just a need that he has! No worries. [New Zealand Herald]