“Death To Gays” Pastor Quits After Admitting To “Sins”

Donnie Romero, a pastor who wished death to gay people, resigned after admitting to a few of his “sins.” Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks. Watch LIVE weekdays 6-8 pm ET.

Read more HERE: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/n…

“Donnie Romero — a pastor who gained national attention after his views on the Pulse nightclub shooting inspired a protest from LGBTQ advocates — has resigned. In a video posted to YouTube, Romero says that he had sinned by paying for sex, gambling and using drugs.

Romero — formerly the pastor of Stedfast Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas — publicly voiced support for the Pulse nightclub gunman, who opened fire inside the popular LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando and killed 49 people. A June 2016 Dallas Morning News report says Romero’s words sparked a protest.

‘These 50 sodomites are all perverts and pedophiles, they’re the scum of the Earth and the Earth is a better place now and I’ll take it a step further,’ Romero said in a sermon published online, the publication reports. ‘I’ll pray to God like I did this morning, and I will again tonight, that God will finish the job that that man started,’ Romero said.”

2 thoughts on ““Death To Gays” Pastor Quits After Admitting To “Sins”

  1. Huh. He didn’t only pay for sex, use drugs, and gamble; he actively supported ane praised a person who killed people. He messed up worst for that, according to The Big Guy, who Romero used to purport to represent.

    When we’re young, they teach us to be careful what we pray for. I believe this man’s prayer was answered, and the answer was “Indeed! You’re finished.” (Meaning Romero. At least he quit; he must believe at least a little bit.)

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    1. Hello Ali. I don’t see how anyone can take enjoyment in the mass slaughter of people. How inhuman of this guy. How twisted his view of right and wrong if death is a source of enjoyment to him. What I find interesting is these people never seem worried about the sins they do until they get caught. If they don’t get caught, they are very comfortable telling others not to do the very things they are doing, but once they get caught they are very vocal in their request of forgiveness from god and everyone else. So I guess it is only a sin if you get caught. Hugs

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