Check out these videos and clips of some people in the news who are hating on homosexuals. A guy shoots a gay rights sign, a preacher talks about slapping limp wrists kids and a classic clip from a minister who hates lesbians. PLUS – WE HAVE AN UPDATE TO ONE OF THESE STORIES…and a HATE EMAIL.
CHECK OUT THE AUDIO FROM THIS SEGMENT ON THE PLAYER BELOW:
Like a scene out of a bad comedy, a North Carolina man videoed himself shooting a sign that was against the state’s upcoming vote for a state constitutional amendment making gay marriage and civil unions illegal. Alex Wiles removed the video, but it’s still available and it’s gone viral. CHECK OUT THE HERE!
**HERE IS AN UPDATE ON THIS STORY**
North Carolina approved a constitutional amendment Tuesday defining marriage solely as a union between a man and a woman, becoming the latest state to effectively slam the door shut on same-sex marriages.
The North Carolina pastor who ordered parents to BEAT the gay out of their children has retracted his violent, homophobic statements — claiming his horrifying sermon was taken out of the “context of a ministry.” Pastor Sean Harris whipped himself into an anti-gay frenzy … claiming parents should “crack” their sons’ “limp” wrists if they act gay … and then “punch” them. But Harris called in to OutQ on Sirius XM yesterday to clarify his statements — claiming, “Those were not the best choice of words. If I had to do it over again again I would not choose those words. I was using hyperbole in an effort to communicate the importance of the gender distinctions that God created.” Harris says his sermon was based on specific Bible passages which condemn homosexuality. But when asked about similar Bible passages that condone slavery — Harris hedges … insisting slavery is wrong.
That reminds us of THIS guy…Remember the Preacher who hates Lesbians?!
A listener emailed in a gave us some STRONG hate about this…
“Good Evening Woody & Rizz: Until today, I was an avid listener and supporter of your show. The hate rhetoric played and replayed over the air waves did nothing to better or further the lives of the citizens of St. Louis. I wish you would have taken a stanch stance on hate and opted not to play the segment. Or better yet, while playing the segment, strongly denounced that hate speech from the preachers and North Carolina gentlemen. I am not sure why, but I thought you would do the right thing…and not give hate a voice. Please, choose the higher road. “
Woody and Rizz response:
“You will not be missed.”