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"Duck Dynasty's" Phil Robertson Claims AIDS and STIs Are God's Punishment

Margie Patton | PopWrapped Author

Margie Patton

09/21/2014 2:01 pm
PopWrapped | Television
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  Phil Robertson is at it again. The Duck Dynasty star, who once equated gay relationships to bestiality, is now proclaiming that AIDS and sexually transmitted infections are the result of God's wrath upon the immoral. Robertson made the claim during a recent interview conducted by Tony Perkins, president of a conservative Christian group called Family Research Council. Robertson stated,
"God says, 'One woman, one man' and everybody says, 'Oh that's old hat. That's that old Bible stuff.' And I'm thinking, 'Well, let's see now, a clean, disease-free guy and a disease-free woman they marry and they keep their sex between the two of them, they're not gonna get chlamydia and gonorrhea and syphilis and AIDS.' It's safe. Now, to me, either it's the wildest coincidence ever that horrible diseases follow immoral conduct or it's God saying there's a penalty for that kind of conduct. I'm leaning towards there's a penalty toward it."
Robertson never mentions babies born with HIV because of infected mothers, or the thousands of victims infected with HIV in the past due to contaminated transfusions. Maybe he thinks God was out to get them for other reasons. As for all of you PopWrapped readers out there doing your homosexual sinning, even though he thinks you deserve AIDS in this life and fiery damnation in the next one, Phil still wants you to know it's nothing personal. Robertson recently stated on Good Morning America, "People who are participating in homosexual behavior, they need to know that I love them." Gee, what a nice guy.

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