• The former navy chaplain says Christian parents should avoid having their children recruited into the homosexual agenda. (Youtube)Source: Youtube
Gordon Klingenschmitt has recorded a video demanding Christians boycott the new 'Beauty and the Beast' film.
By
Michaela Morgan

15 Mar 2017 - 12:58 PM  UPDATED 15 Mar 2017 - 12:58 PM

Former Colorado Republican congressman and navy chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt has recorded a video condemning the ‘exclusively gay moment’ in the new Beauty and the Beast film.

Klingenschmitt says “demonic spirits” are behind Disney’s motives in the clip that was found by Right Wing Watch.

“I recommend a boycott of the movie…I recommend that Christian parents avoid having their children recruited into the homosexual agenda,” he says.

He goes on to say that “behind the human actors, the Disney Corporation and the owners thereof are intentionally promoting sin to children".

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“When we discern through the moral lens of human interaction with the demonic spirits, pride is a demonic spirit. Sexual immortality is demonic, but what about pride?” he says.

Klingenschmitt then denounces sexual immorality and “homosexuals proudly marching in the streets,” getting visibly upset that the film’s director Bill Condon and actor Josh Gad have publicly said they are proud of the ‘gay moment’ in the movie.

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“Notice they’re proud about this and they’re tweeting about this. And there’s another gay scene at the end of the movie that we don’t know about yet because it hasn’t hit theatres.

“Some say this is the first openly gay character, I think Disney has been using money to fund the gay agenda for decades.”

Klingenschmitt then invites his audience to pray with him saying: “Stop the recruiting of our children into the sinful lifestyle of homosexuality.”

He joins a long list of conservatives around the world who have been outraged by the as yet unreleased film- including the owners of a drive in cinema in Alabama who said: “If I can’t sit through a movie with God or Jesus sitting by me then we have no business showing it.”