Pat Robertson: Gay Atheists are the Shocktroops of Iran

Written by TM_Dealer

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Pat Robertson is concerned at the mortal peril certain "bad folks" pose to people in the USA, and just this once, he's not been shy to get to the root of the problem.

Now, listen carefully, my dear friends. If we are going to let all these, you know, these hooomoseeexual atheiiists, you know, if we tolerate them, let them work in our public facilities and business corporations....

Well, you've probably heard it before, but I'm gonna tell you, because it's the truth, and it bears repeating.

Yes, the homosexual agenda cannot be tolerated.

Because if we tolerate all these fine, young, handsome atheist guys running around, and tempting our good, solid, pious men of God, and leading them into bad ways; hell, you know there are even ministers and pastors that have been feeling these urges...

Well, sooner or later, we will have similarly well-groomed, black-cloaked, handsome, and fashionable Ayatollahs from Iran also running around, ordering people about, in their trendy, effeminate black capes...

I mean, you have all seen these guys, they have beards, like 1980s bears, is what I believe the term is.

They smirk at you (no, some of these guys do do this, you know), and they act all tough, but they are actually very, very weak and cowardly individuals...

Who need a sense of the Divine presence in order to get them on the straight and narrow again.

I mean, you can be handsome, but you can be godly with it.

I mean, Ted Haggard, have any one of you heard of this guy?

Oh... well, never mind. I guess you all know what I am talking about.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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