Sounds fake, but OK.
Stephanie Marie Anderson

26 Oct 2016 - 4:46 PM  UPDATED 26 Oct 2016 - 4:46 PM

In a recent sermon from Vision America pastor Rick Scarborough at Trinity Family Church in Forney, Texas, he lamented that people used 'gay' rather than 'sodomite', and claimed that this was a turning point for homosexuality. He then said that eventually the world would call paedophilia 'happy', legalise it, and lobby for their rights.

“What’s next? Paedophilia?" he asked the crowd.

“When we called homosexuality, instead of sodomy, ‘gay,’ it changed everything because everyone wants to be gay. So let’s just change paedophilia to ‘happy’ and we’ll have all kinds of leagues of happy people and we’ll have the lobby for happy people."

Preaching his thoughts as fact, he carried on: “Who wants to keep somebody from being happy? I don’t know how long we’ve got, but I intend to fight this.”

And it kept going: “[The courts have said] the heck with God, we’re going to let men who have sex with men get married and let them adopt children, and since they can’t have babies, they can just adopt yours and recruit them into the movement.”

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And going: “Every pastor in America is going to have to make a decision soon about what he’s going to do when he’s demanded to conduct a gay wedding.”

And going: “If it keeps going in the direction it’s going, what I’m doing will become illegal. And when it becomes illegal, I’ll break the law. Some things you do whether it’s legal or not because it’s right, folks."

This is the same man who once went 50 shades of Lucille Bluth and threatened to SET HIMSELF ON FIRE if same-sex marriage was introduced in the United States. 

Unfortunately for the queer community, he did not follow through on said threat.