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The leader of an anti-LGBT group who has joined with Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott to ban same-sex marriage had his own marriage end after his wife began a romantic relationship with another woman.
According to court documents obtained by Lone Star Q, Corrine Morris Rodriguez Saenz was dating another woman when she filed for divorce from Jonathan Saenz in 2011. Less than six months later, Jonathan Saenz took over as the president of the state’s top anti-gay group, Texas Values.
Corrine Saenz told the court that she wanted to end her marriage on the grounds that it was “insupportable due to discord or conflict of personalities … that destroys the legitimate ends of marriage and prevents reasonable expectations of reconciliation.”
originally posted by: intrepid
originally posted by: seeker1963
a reply to: olaru12
Why does it has to be about a political affiliation?
I didn't mention any political affiliation, though I think it would be pretty easy to guess. I don't care about political affiliation. Nice to see the world evening out as it sometimes does.
originally posted by: Diderot
a reply to: seeker1963
"Why does it has to be about a political affiliation?"
Because of the uncompromising position that the Republican Party has embraced.
At least Rep. Saenz can't be accused of hypocrisy.