TV preacher Pat Robertson asserted on Tuesday that the Supreme Court would eventually rule that humans could legally have sex with animals and children.
During the “Bring It On” segment of The 700 Club, a viewer expressed outrage over a deceptively edited video in which a conservative group claimed that Planned Parenthood was selling body parts from fetuses.
“The pro-abortion community says a fetus isn’t ‘human’ until born, but they are obviously human enough to harvest their very human body parts,” the viewer wrote. “How could this kind of sociopathic hypocrisy possibly be legal?”
According to Roberson, the Supreme Court had “messed things up” by legalizing abortion and same-sex marriage.
“They haven’t allowed the reason or our collective consciousness to play, but they’ve come up with these strange rules,” he explained. “Same thing about separation of church and state, etc.”
“You watch what’s going to happen now,” the televangelist continued. “They’ve just said abortion is a constitutional right, they have said homosexuality is a constitutional right, they’ve said now homosexual marriage is a constitutional right.”
“Watch what happens, love affairs between men and animals are going to be absolutely permitted. Polygamy, without question, is going to be permitted. And it will be called a right.”
Co-host Terry Meeuwsen predicted that “relationships with children” would also be legalized.
“There have been groups that have been trying to push that for a long time,” she pointed out.
“Well, they’re going to succeed now,” Robertson agreed. “Because intellectually, you can’t get around these Supreme Court decisions.”
“We are stuck with a fix doctrine of five old men on the Supreme Court,” Robertson concluded, adding, “They’re not all old anymore.”
Watch the video below from CBN’s The 700 Club, broadcast July 21, 2015.
Morning Joe destroys your Facebook friends’ excuses for voting for Trump
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said most of the people he grew up hate President Donald Trump, but they're voting for him anyway.
The "Morning Joe" host said they share many of his concerns about the president and his fitness for office, but he said they always offer excuses for holding their nose and voting to give him four more years.
"It's good talking to them and just saying, so why are you voting for this man?" Scarborough said. "'Well, he's a terrible guy, he's a horrible example for my kids, I'd never invite him over to the house, he's despicable -- I hate him, I just hate him,' but and then, fill in the blank, AOC or Nancy Pelosi or Bernie Sanders or regulations or tax cuts or 401(k)s, and I say, so, well, we have right now a president of the United States who is demanding that his attorney general arrest the former vice president of the United States, his chief political competitor. This is something that happens or happened in the former Soviet Union, this is something that happens still in Russia."
Trump ‘is hemorrhaging support’ and is flailing badly to win it back: reporter
President Donald Trump is trailing Democratic rival Joe Biden in the polls, and one veteran journalist said that he seems clueless about how to stop the bleeding.
Journalist Alex Wagner, the host of Showtime's "The Circus," told CNN on Wednesday that President Donald Trump's flailing attacks on Dr. Anthony Fauci and "60 Minutes'" Lesley Stahl are not part of some grand strategy to stage a comeback in the 2020 presidential election.
"The idea that President Trump has somehow hatched a multi-pronged plan to make a closing argument in the last remaining days of the election is a fallacy," she said. "He is hemorrhaging support among suburban women and seniors, and what is he doing? Taking on a fight with the elder statesmen of the most venerable news brand in America. She is an older woman at precisely the time he needs to be getting women and seniors."
Sam Elliott narrated a powerful new Joe Biden ad — and it aired during Game 1 of the World Series
Actor Sam Elliott narrated a new ad for Joe Biden that aired during Game 1 of the World Series.
"There is only America," Elliott said. "No Democratic rivers, no Republican mountains, just this great land and all that's possible on it -- with a fresh start."
"Cures we can find, futures we can shape, work to reward, dignity to protect," Elliott continues, as the Star Spangled Banner plays quietly on a piano in the background.
"There is so much we can do if we choose to take on problems and not each other," the narrator continues. "And choose a president who brings out our best."