Like when plucky famous boxer Manny Pacquiao stopped punching people long enough to share his opinion that people in homosexual marriages were "worse than animals." Sadly, Pacquiao's skill at defense doesn't extend beyond the ring, because he played the "out of context" card, despite the fact that his whole interview is available. Hard to say that anything is out of context when all of the context that exists is a click away.
If animal comparisons don't cut it for you, there was an imam in Canada who told a classroom full of students that gay people were like cancer or diabetes. Once video of this came out, he decided to go with every variant of this defense at once. He was doing it to be funny, he was misrepresented, he wasn't even teaching it, and all of his information about homosexuality came from a Wikipedia article. Remember, kids, the road to bigotry begins by not checking the links in the "References" section.
Finally, there's YouTube star and grown-ass man Pogo, who chose the "out of context" excuse after people unearthed YouTube videos of him referring to gay people as an abomination, celebrating the Pulse nightclub massacre by calling it "fantastic," and comparing homosexual men to 12-year-old girls. He even used the screen name "Faggotron," because he's "always had a very thorough dislike of homosexuals." Nonetheless, he insists you're missing the context. So maybe the context is ... yet to come? That seems like a really long game for someone who is so obviously a goddamn moron.