Pat Robertson: The LGBT community’s ‘weird way of doing sex’ will destroy the fabric of society

Homosexuality is present in every animal species. Modern humans have been around for around 200,000 years and homosexuals have been around for just as long, but Pat Robertson thinks they present a clear and present danger to the fabric of society. The “gay agenda” has been winning and we’re living in a more and more gay-friendly world, but Robertson wants politicians to know that they’ll be “voted out of office” if they go along with the trend.

Good luck with that, Pat.

On the 700 Club today, Robertson lashed out at a report on the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) regarding a Catholic adoption agency whose contract with the city of Philadelphia wasn’t renewed because the agency was in violation of the city’s non-discrimination policy.

According to Robertson, the story was an example of how “homosexuals” are willing to “destroy lives and destroy the whole fabric of society so long as they and their weird way of doing sex is legitimized.”

“That’s what they want and they will take away everything,” Robertson said in a clip flagged by Right Wing Watch. “They will destroy marriage, they will destroy families, they will destroy, in this case, the foster children. They are willing to tear down the entire edifice in order to have the majority of people recognize the way they do sex.”

Robertson demanded that his fellow Christians put politicians on notice.

“I think if Christians begin to speak out and insist that if some politician goes along with the gay agenda, that they’re going to be voted out of office,” he warned.

“Once they get that message, they’ll start saying, ‘We want to listen to the majority of the people in our society.’ Until they do, that small minority is going to be dominating everything we do and every aspect of our lives.”

Maybe Pat secretly wants to be dominated.

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:

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Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.