TV evangelist Pat Robertson is upset about homosexuals again.
Robertson, 87, is the host of nationally-syndicated Christian Broadcasting Network show The 700 Club, which airs on Disney-ABC channel Freeform.
The TV preacher simply loves putting his overactive imagination to use talking about gay people – whether he’s complaining about how they are all going to be “thrusting” at him or getting upset with gays “getting drunk with the wine of fornication”.
In his latest non-sequitur about homosexuality this week, Mr Robertson revealed he spends a lot of time thinking about getting dominated by gay men.
Taking to the airwaves, the long-serving media personality warned that gay people had “dominated” the media, and “infiltrated” academia.
He said: “When you get down to it, Chritians are still the majority in this country, but we have given the ground to a small minority… you figure, lesbians, one percent of the population; homosexuals, two percent of the population. That’s all. That’s statistically all.
“But they have dominated, dominated the media! They’ve dominated the cultural shift and they have infiltrated the major universities. It’s just unbelievable what’s being done.
“A tiny, tiny minority makes a huge difference. The majority… it’s time it wakes up.”
The host attracted fury following the Orlando Massacre last year when he called on evangelicals to “sit back” and let gay people and Muslims wipe eachother out.
He said:”The dilemma of the liberals, the so-called progressives, because they have two favoured groups. One, the Muslims. Number two, the homosexuals.”
“We’re looking at a favoured group by the left, the homosexuals, and that in Islam is punishable by death or imprisonment or some sanction, so what are the left going to do?”
Robertson concluded: “I think for those of us who disagree with some of their policies, the best thing to do is to sit on the sidelines and let them kill themselves.”
The Christian Broadcast Network, which films The 700 Club, has initially insisted that Robertson was using the word “killing” in a “metaphorical” context despite his long history of anti-LGBT comments.
However, the CBN later mysteriously deleted its statement.
Robertson has previously claimed that gay people aren’t capable of feeling love unless they repent their homosexual sins.