Republican Lawmaker: Gay Marriage Will Lead To Apocalypse
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is continuing his Christian tirade tour, this time proclaiming that gays will lead to the downfall of America and possibly the world.
At a meeting with the 28th District Republican Club, the 67-year-old fundamentalist argued that the only thing keeping the United States above water is the "foundation" of marriage, and that if the "foundation" fails then the entire country will disintegrate around us.
"It is the sure foundation of all that is noble and stable in our civilization," Moore said. "It is the best guarantee of that reverent morality which is the source of all beneficent progress and social and political improvement. Foundation is the foundation of our country. If it is destroyed, then our Constitution will fail, our government will fail because God's institution has been interfered with."
Moore went on to say that ultimately, a tyrannical God rules us all, and unless we submit to His wrath He will scorch America off the face of the planet. The founding fathers, Moore added, would have been mortified by our country's transgressions.
"I'm glad they're not here with us to see the mess we're in, how we've given up our righteousness for a life of indulgent sin, when abortion is no longer called murder, when sodomy is deemed a right, when good is now called evil, and darkness is now called light," Moore said.
Unsurprisingly, Moore argued that evolution is one of the primary liberal conspiracies, and that Christians are cowards for allowing it to be taught in their children's schools.
"Our children are told they can't pray in school and they teach them evolution," Moore said. "Why can't they see the fear of God is the only true solution? Our schools have become a battleground while all across the land, Christians just shrug their shoulders, afraid to take a stand."
He added, "I think there's a new day coming. I don't think we need to submit to the liberal agenda any longer and think they're going to win. They do not win, they do not win."