San Diego Democrats resoundingly rejected Morris Cerullo’s plans to build a Bible-themed resort after complaints from an LGBT spokesperson that the resort would trigger traffic concerns. Even the mainstream media is coming to the evangelist’s defense. In an editorial, The San Diego Union Tribune editorial board writes: But at Monday’s City Council meeting, all five Democrats—David Alvarez, Barbara Bry, Myrtle Cole, Georgette Gomez and Chris Ward—voted against the project after a

spokeswoman for the San Diego LGBT Community Center in Hillcrest and other critics who aren’t engineers cited traffic fears. Republican council members Scott Sherman and Lorie Zapf pointed to the project’s religious theme and the televangelist behind it to warn their colleagues about a wrong decision. “We may have disagreements with the applicant, but if they follow the rules and the law, we can’t, nor should we, find against them,” Sherman said. He’s exactly right. READ MORE