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Christian radio host: ‘Beauty and the Beast promotes inter-species breeding’

Far-right anti-gay preacher and radio host Kevin Swanson is unique in the sense that he makes religious lunatics like Michele Bachmann and Franklin Graham look somewhat sane.

Far-right anti-gay preacher and radio host Kevin Swanson is unique in the sense that he makes religious lunatics like Michele Bachmann and Franklin Graham look somewhat sane.

During the 2015 National Liberties Conference, attended by Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, and Bobby Jindal, Swanson cited the bible and said parents should “drown themselves” before they allow their children to read the “Harry Potter” book series. He’s also called for the leaders of the Girl Scouts of America to be executed for promoting LGBT equality.

Now, Swanson is wading into the realm of bestiality, and he eyeing the movie “Beauty and the Beast” as the culprit.

During a radio segment from last month, Swanson said the movie wants to “homosexualize the next generation of eight and ten-year-old kids” and to make sure they are “indoctrinated into the homosexual lifestyle.”

Kevin Swanson (AATTP)

“This is how revolutions take place,” he said. “You are in the middle of a cultural revolution in the United States of America. No, this is not the cultural revolution that Mao Tse-tung brought to China; this is a different kind of cultural revolution, but I’m going to say it’s just about as dangerous … though a bit more insidious.”

According to Swanson, just like they did with the Star Trek series, Hollywood is promoting interbreeding between species.

“Christians, I don’t believe, can allow for this,” Swanson said. “Humans are made in the image of God. Humans are assigned a spouse which happens to be a member of the opposite sex. Friends, God’s law forbids it … Christians should not allow for this, man. We cannot allow for humans to interbreed with other species. It’s just wrong, wrong, wrong. It’s confusion, it’s unnatural.”

Listen to the segment in the audio below, via Right Wing Watch:

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