NYC pastor: Starbucks at risk of Ebola because ‘sodomites exchange bodily fluids’

Aaron Day October 31, 2014
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A New York pastor has warned that “upscale sodomites” could be spreading Ebola at Starbucks.

Pastor James David Manning, of ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem, made the claim in a video.

He ranted: “Starbucks coffee stores are indeed ground zero for spreading Ebola and other diseases, because of the clientele of Starbucks.

“Generally upscale sodomites who frequent Starbucks, who sit there with their computers and it’s a meeting place, they exchange a lot of body fluids, hands shaken and contact.

“Stay away from Starbucks if you don’t want to get Ebola. And especially the Starbucks in the urban areas…”

Coffee chain Starbucks recently launched a new ad campaign featuring two drag artists.

The anti-gay National Organisation for Marriage famously launched a ‘Dump Starbucks’ campaign in 2012, after the coffee giant backed draft legislation in Washington which eventually led to equal marriage becoming legal in the state.

The group’s president Brian Brown recently claimed the boycott had in fact single-handedly halted the global expansion of the Starbucks brand.

Manning claimed last month that Vladimir Putin is planning to out Barack Obama as a gay man within 100 days – 62 days remain before his deadline.

He also previously urged people to take their children out of schools to avoid the “demonic homosexual mafia” making them gay.

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