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Anti-LGBT pastor rants against ‘Adam and Steve’ in wild sermon straight out of 1987

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A Georgia pastor ranted against homosexuality in a sermon that seems to imagine Chris Farley’s motivational speaker character as played by Sam Kinison.

“I’m trying to tell you that God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve,” preached Pastor Jim Veitch, of Bible Truth Baptist Church in Griffin. “Somebody say ‘amen’ right there.”

He boasted that he didn’t care what the government legalized or what San Francisco, California, pushes.

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“Hey, it’s not the West Coast – it’s the Left Coast,” he shouted. “You better believe that right now! I don’t care what the news media pushes and what the public school has to say, this Bible says marriage is between a male and female! Not male and male and female and female!”

Veitch paced in front of the congregation, mopping sweat or spittle from his mouth with a handkerchief as he bellowed like a professional wrestler.

He recalled a conversation where a friend warned him to watch out for young people who may have been corrupted by popular culture, and he leaned into the face of a man sitting in the front row to deliver the punchline.

“We’re going to have guidelines and we’re going to do it right, praise God, but I am glad normal has kicked in!” Veitch yelled. “Praise God! Because what this world is pushing, what Hollywood is pushing, what the news media wants to push, is not normal!”

He resumed pacing as congregants shouted out complaints about perversion and Boy Scouts.

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“I’m not sure what they’re scouting now,” Veitch said, as the congregation roared with laughter. “Are they boy scouting or scouting boys? You help me right there. Somebody write that down, so I can remember that and preach it again!”

Watch portions of Veitch’s sermon posted online by Pastor Watch:

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Lara Trump’s lie about Biden family business deals demolished by conservative: ‘You could look it up’

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On Fox News Thursday, ahead of the final presidential debate, President Donald Trump's daughter-in-law Lara Trump repeatedly claimed that Joe Biden was allowing his family to use his name "while he was vice president" to secure profitable business deals.

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Trump supporters linked to Steve Bannon pushing ‘fantastical rumors’ to try to ‘pizzagate’ Joe Biden: report

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NBC News on Thursday published a blockbuster report on efforts to smear former Vice President Joe Biden.

"Some of the same people who pushed a false conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton that first emerged in 2016 are now targeting Hunter Biden, Joe Biden's son, with similar falsehoods. Their online posts are garnering astronomical numbers of shares on social media," NBC News correspondents Ben Collins and Brandy Zadrozny reported Thursday.

"The fantastical rumors, which NBC News is declining to repeat verbatim, echo specific plot points central to 'pizzagate,' a viral disinformation campaign that predates QAnon but also falsely alleges a vast conspiracy of child abuse," NBC News explained. "There is an important difference, however. The pizzagate-style rumors in 2016 were largely confined to far-right message boards like 4chan and parts of Reddit. But the Hunter Biden iteration of the same conspiracy theory took off last weekend with the help of speculation from conservative TV hosts and members of Congress. Their theorizing can be traced back to a new website that has been promoted by President Donald Trump and his surrogates."

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Pennsylvania AG warns Trump campaign poll watchers to stop videotaping voters

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On Thursday, The Daily Beast reported that the attorney general of Pennsylvania is warning Trump campaign surrogates to stop videotaping voters dropping off mail-in ballots.

"In a statement, Josh Shapiro, the Democratic state attorney general, said, 'Pennsylvania law permits poll watchers to carry out very discrete and specific duties — videotaping voters at drop boxes is not one of them,'" reported Blake Montgomery.

"The campaign has filed complaints with Philadelphia officials based on the videos, alleging fraud on the part of several voters who submitted two or three ballots, according to The New York Times," continued the report. "The Trump campaign initially said the purpose of the videotaping was to catch voters who dropped off a large number of fraudulent ballots rather than one or two, according to the Times."

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