On Tuesday's The 700 Club, Pat Robertson launched into a homophobic rant against the LGBTQ community, blaming them for all the problems we face as a nation saying, "The people run amok and we have gone to the point where God will give us up."
Pat Robertson did a lot of anti-gay research on this one.
Tucker Carlson called Joan Walsh the C-word repeatedly, and other cute stories
Superintendent of the Chicago Police, Eddie Johnson, held a press conference outlining the charges and expressing a lot of opinions about the actor and his motives, who is now a felony suspect.
We wouldn't want to leap to conclusions, here.
The attackers allegedly used homophobic, racial slurs and said "This is MAGA country." (Ed. Note: The title has been changed in light of the news that Smollett appears to have filed a false report.)
Georgia State Rep. Jason Spencer was "Boratted." It is so cringeworthy even Georgia Republicans can't abide.
A Vice President at Fox News doesn't like the USA team because it's "darker, gayer" than... no, really.
After becoming the voice of so many in Alabama who came to realize that their homophobic views were wrong, he brings his message to The Ellen Show.
This Alabama voter is protesting Moore's blanket condemnation of his gay daughter, who committed suicide.