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Not only is he not a scientist, but he believes the following: any LGBTQ identity is a choice.

Religion and military "have long been established in the traditions of the nation." The other four — race, gender, disability, and age — are, he claims, based on "primary" characteristics we can "generally discern by visual examination." He goes on to say, "Following this logic, the only way to extend 14th Amendment protections to those in the LGBT lifestyles is if these behaviors are genetically mapped or otherwise discernible.

The science on this issue seems to be uncertain." While on the Iowa campaign trail, he says in a video that "someone who engages in LGBT behavior — I don't know what the science is on this, I think it's still out — but as far as we know, LGBT behavior is a choice they make." Then, he goes deeper. And if you cannot follow the logic, then you're denying you're in denial." Clovis claims those that who cannot follow his faulty, rambling logic are in denial, but Clovis himself is in denial about the science behind homosexuality and other sexual identities.

"So we're being asked to provide Constitutional protections for behavior, a choice in behavior as opposed to a primary characteristic. According to the American Psychological Association, lesbian, gay, and bisexual orientations were not considered mental illnesses dating back to 1975.

There's no equivalency there between the civil rights issue associated between those protected classes and the civil rights of someone who engages in a particular behavior. The current APA website states that sexual orientation cannot be boiled down to "choice": "There is no consensus among scientists about the exact reasons that an individual develops a heterosexual, bisexual, gay or lesbian orientation.

In Clovis's scientifically and ethically unsound opinion, legalizing anything that would grant rights to LGBTQ individuals will inevitably lead to public acceptance of pedophilia, polyamorous relationships, and other "fetishes." The damning evidence comes from various comments Clovis made between the years of 20, when his primary daily duties included acting as a talk radio host, political activist, and short-lived US Senate candidate in Iowa.