Tornadoes Ravage Six Southern States After Anti-Gay Actions Taken by Legislatures, Hate Groups, and Individuals from Those States

 All of this has happened in 2011:

    • Tennessee–State Senate panel advances law that would prohibit the discussion of homosexuality in schools.
    • Virginia–The State Attorney General says that state board does not have authority to allow gay adoptions.
    • Georgia–Atlanta Braves pitching coach is investigated for making anti-gay slurs and gestures.
    • Alabama–A lesbian was beaten and then arrested by a group outside a bar.
    • Kentucky–A member of the Masonic Lodge in Lexington was kicked out for being gay.
    • Mississippi–The designated hate group, American Family Association, started a boycott against Home Depot for making donation to a gay organization.

Then, over a 24-hour period on April 27 and 28, 2011, a devastating storm with major tornadoes wreaked its havoc on the states of Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Virginia.  Don’t see any cause-effect relationship here?  You mean you don’t think it was the wrath of God?  Nothing but a coincidence?

Then why does anyone give evangelists, such as Pat Robertson and John Hagee, any credence when they have blamed gay people for events such as 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and the Haiti Earthquake?

Tony Alamo Update: Evangelist Sentenced to 175 Years in Jail

alamo guiltyFinally this child molester who hid behind religion will get his just metes.  Read more about the sentencing.

Tony Alamo Guilty on All Ten Counts

  The jury has come back with its verdict in the Tony Alamo case and he is guilty on all ten charges.

Tony Alamo Found Guilty of Transporting Minors for Sex

Tony Alamo Found Guilty of Transporting Minors for Sex

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Here is the latest from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: “Jurors on Friday found evangelist Tony Alamo guilty on all 10 counts of transporting five young girls across state lines for sex.

The jury of nine men and three women found Alamo guilty of transporting girls as young as 9, in violation of a nearly century-old federal law. He was accused in a 10-count indictment. Each count carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

The jury returned a verdict shortly after entering its second day of deliberations. The seven-day trial included testimony from Alamo’s accusers for the prosecution, and his common-law wife and a mother of an accuser for the defense.”

Read the entire article here.

Another Ted Haggard and New Life Ministries Scandal Revealed; Haggard Is “Out” (?) Promoting the HBO Documentary about His Earlier Sexcapes; Shouldn’t He Be Singing Brittney Spears’ “Oops, I Did It Again”?

Ted Haggard was having more than one “piece” of cake while “eating” it too, according to sources at his former church, New Life Ministries, in Colorado Springs.

It seems that about the same time as he was having his meth and sex liasons with gay call boy, Mike Jones, he also was having an on-going relationship with a 20-something parishioner of the mega evangelical church in Colorado. According to reports, the church kept the story of Haggard’s and the young man’s relationship hushed up by giving the church member money for college and counseling.

Colorado’s News Channel 13 has been a investigation of the Haggard and New Life Ministries scandal for the past two years. Recently, the young church member Haggard was involved has come forward to talk with the TV investigators and reveal recorded conversation between him and the former preacher.

See the KRDO’s interview with Haggard’s victim:

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Read more about Haggard and other evangelical preachers and their hypocritical actions here and here.