Anti-LGBTQ Politician Busted at Gay Sex Party
"I can't believe it!" said nobody.
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We wouldn’t even care that a member of the European Parliament was busted at a gay orgy if it weren’t for the fact that this senior Hungarian politician built a career on his party’s anti-LGBTQ rhetoric. What’s especially unscrupulous is, after the scandal of his arrest broke, József Szájer glossed over the nature of the party he attended and that police found an ecstasy pill on him, and focused solely on apologized for violating COVID restrictions.
Szajer resigned for “personal reasons.” Mmhm. Take a good look at this face and stay vigilant at future orgies — he deserves no gratification from the people he treated as second class citizens.
We found it: The only acceptable use of a Bible verse in a legal filing:
When a woman at a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally asked what to say to people who call her “crazy” about her belief that the election was rigged and will soon be overturned, the advice she got from attorney Lin Wood didn’t help. If anything, it’ll make everything worse:
Speaking of that rally… If you're an atheist who wants to help Democrats win the Senate seats in Georgia, here's a fantastic way you can volunteer (phone/text banking from a distance, in-person literature drops, etc)!
According to Pastor Greg Fairrington, demonic forces are putting churches out of business, not COVID. Yet something about his presentation tells me deranged, ignorant pastors are the reason many churches may not recover from the pandemic…
This is what happens when no one in your life teaches you how to think critically:
Pro-Trump Christians have all the information they need to see that one of two things are true: Either God is indifferent to who wins the election, or (just maybe) there is no God. Well, fat chance “prophetic revivalist” Dutch Sheets is going to accept anything he doesn’t personally want to be true. Sheets insists God does not want Biden to be president, but that’s the computational limits of his brain.
Oh look. A professional prominent Christian liar whose greatest claim to fame is her ability to cry persecution at every turn.
Self-proclaimed Christian “prophetess” Kat Kerr believes there’s a city in Heaven made entirely of Jell-O, where cows drive tractors, and where helicopters are made of giant flowers.
Which is to say: If you’re going to ask her what happens to miscarried babies, expect an absurd response like “[God] will take that little spirit and, uh, put him back inside Himself.” I feel no more informed and vaguely violated for having heard that sentence uttered aloud.
Finally, now that the ballots are counted (and recounted), we have a tally on how openly non-religious candidates fared in the election. More atheists ran this year than ever in our nation’s history — and they did well! You can read the rundown here. Or, if this newsletter has you tired of reading, just watch this: