• Christian Pastor Wins Race to Blame Hurricane Sandy on the Gays

    As Hurricane Sandy barrels up the Eastern seaboard,  those of us who have already made the appropriate preparations are left with only two questions…

    1) What did the gays do this time to bring on the storm? Was it New York State's new gay marriage law, Maryland and Maine's referendums on marriage equality, or the San Francisco Giants winning the World Series? And…

    2) Who will win the douchebag prize for winning the race to make the above connection?

    Our usual competitors are Pat Robertson, the Family Research Council's Tony Perkins and American Family Association's Bryan Fischer, but this year's winner is the more obscure Christian chaplain John McTernan

    "This monster storm aimed at America and ready to inflict severe damage during election week is not a coincidence. Hurricane Sandy may flood Washington, DC on election day! It is like the hurricane is a huge bucket of vomit in America's face during the election. What a sign from the holy God of Israel that American politics is an abomination to Him.

    "A pro-homosexual Mormon along with a pro-abortion/homosexual, Muslim Brotherhood promoter, Hard Left Fascist are running for president. And there is no cry of repentance from God's people! I see this storm as a warning from the LORD to call His church to repentance, This might be the last call from the Holy God of Israel."

    As they say on the interwebs: "FIRST!" (Incidentally, today in 1969, the first host-t0-host message was sent on ARPANET. Do you ever wonder what the researchers who built the early Internet would have done if they knew their invention was going to be used to disseminate this shit? "Shut it down, Erik! Yeah, there are going to awesome cat pictures, but the assholes will ruin everything else.")

    Honestly, it's times like this when we need Politifact to go beyond its usual role of monitoring politicians. I'd love a fact-check on this guy's use of the term "Christian."


    Tags: Christianity, LGBT, Natural Disasters, Religion

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