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Prominent Trump-Loving Pastor Says God Is Burning California As Punishment For Accepting Gays

Evangelical pastor and right-wing radio host Kevin Swanson said on Saturday that the wildfires that are ravaging California are God’s punishment on the state for its years of accepting an attempting to “legitimize the sin of homosexuality.”

Swanson, a fervent Trump supporter, said on “Generations” radio program:

“If you look at the history of California, they have been at the forefront of this,” said in his “Generations.” The first gay pride march occurred in San Francisco in 1970 and then San Francisco legitimized homosexuality in 1972. In 1982, Laguna Beach, California, elected the first openly homosexual mayor in United States history. In 1999, California adopted a domestic partnership law; I believe it was one of the first in the nation to do that.”

“In 2005, California state legislators became the first in the nation to pass a same-sex marriage law … In 2008, the California Supreme Court then struck down Prop 22 in regard to marriage cases, and Prop 8 also was struck down later on that year, I believe. In 2011, California became the first state to mandate homosexual indoctrination for K-8 students and then, in 2012, California became the first state to sign a ban on therapy that was attempting to convert homosexuals into non-homosexuals. And then, in 2017, the California state schools implemented the homosexual indoctrination program … and that was the kickoff for the biggest fires that California has ever seen in its history.”

“So God is burning down California in 2017 and 2018 after about 25 years of leading the pack to legitimize the sin of homosexuality in that state,” Swanson declared.

Listen to Swanson’s remarks below.

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