Christian activist launches ‘F*ggots are Maggots’ national tour: ‘This tour is inspired by the work of Donald Trump’

Right-wing Christian Mike Heath hates gay people so much that he’s launched a national tour, inspired by Donald Trump. Appearing on Dave Daubenmire’s Pass the Salt live stream, he credited Trump’s habit of insulting people as the inspiration for the upcoming “Faggots Are Maggots” national tour.

Heath, who made a failed bid to run for governor in Maine, has long been a homophobe. He runs Helping Hands Ministries and appears regularly on Daubenmire’s show, according to Right Wing Watch. On Friday, he used Daubenmire’s show as a platform to announce his upcoming Trump-inspired tour.

“I’m going to do a world tour,” Heath announced. The theme is ‘Faggots are Maggots.’ The tour is inspired by the work of Donald Trump,” he said. “This isn’t satire. I’m serious. I started supporting Donald Trump early in the 2016 primary for one reason: he insults his enemies. He makes things personal that deserve to be personal. The decades of leftists being the only ones allowed to make everything personal are over. It’s long past time for WASP manners to take a back seat to the truth. Long past time.”

Heath didn’t leave things at that.

“F*****s are indeed maggots. Maggots consume the rancid flesh of rotting dead things. F*****s are no different.”

He plans to launch his tour in Washington, D.C. on June 26, 2020, the historic day when the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage and added he hopes to take the tour to all 50 states.

“The subtitle for my world tour in 2020 is ‘Stump for Trump,'” he added. “We all need to Stump for Trump or it’s all going to be over.”

“I am beyond sick and tired of being told that I can’t call sodomites ‘faggots.’ For heaven’s sake, why not? When are we going to tell the truth.”

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Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton has traveled extensively throughout the Southern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. A lifelong atheist, these travels have informed her political views. She currently lives in a remote location with a large herd of cats and four dogs.