Robertson was speaking on his Monday morning podcast, “Wake Up With Jesus,” when a caller asked him if he felt that the South Carolina flooding was in any way a message from God. “Well, you know,” the octogenarian preacher told the caller, “that’s a mighty fine question. We all know that God’s main weapon of choice for the mass culling of the human race is a flood, so yes, I do think God’s hand is at work in South Carolina.” Robertson said that if he lived in the state he’d consider building an ark, like that of Noah, and he’d start putting his and his neighbors pets in the ark, two-by-two.
“I may not have been too sure about the Texas flooding earlier this year,” Robertson told his podcast audience, “but I know for a fact that God was so angry about the Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision, that he deliberately waited for almost four months and then flooded South Carolina as a warning to the rest of us.” Robertson says that the “sin of allowing adults to lovingly commit to sharing their lives” with another member of the same gender is “a direct slap in the face to the God who sent his only begotten son to come to Earth, not ever get laid, and hang out almost exclusively with a group of twelve other men who professed a deep, abiding love for him.”
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