The Truth is Powerful

Republican caught saying if gays were put on an island “they’ll be gone after 40 years”

George E. Langdon IV Photo: YouTube screenshot A Republican elected official in New York is facing calls to resign after he was caught on video saying that gay relationships are bad because “Give them an island, they’ll be gone after 40 years.”

Albany County Legislator George E. Langdon IV (R) issued a bizarre apology claiming that he has “never been homophobic nor do I think any individuals should be placed on an island” after he made homophobic comments at a meeting for a local conservative group. Even Republicans are distancing themselves from his statements.

Related: A gay man lost an ear in a brutal beating that almost left him dead

“This whole gender issue. OK,” Langdon can be heard saying in the video shared on social media that’s from a meeting held this week. “Everything God does is sustainable. It’s sustainable. It goes on and on and on. It’s perpetual. Sorry.”

“When you have homosexual relationships, it’s not perpetual. Give them an island, they’ll be gone after 40 years, OK? Because they can’t — God created us to be this way,” he said. “There’s so much common sense that needs to be applied to our policies, our procedures, the things that […]

Click here to view original web page at


This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More