RWNJ Blames Noah’s Flood On Gay Marriage, Says ‘End Times’ Are Nigh (AUDIO)

Here’s a good laugh for you – the latest “end times” theory.

Janet Porter is the founder of Faith 2 Action and a creator of pro-hate, anti-gay propaganda films in Christian clothing. She wants SCOTUS to “strike down” same-sex marriage or likely face the wrath of God.

Yep, that’s right folks – the end times are upon us again. All hell’s flown into the handbasket and the second coming will soon be more than the title of the latest adult film flying out of a California hotel room.

But how does Porter know the end times are nigh? Well, on her daily radio bulletin she stated (again!) that gay marriage caused – you guessed it – Noah’s Flood.

That’s right – Noah’s Flood. And you better believe Noah wasn’t having any same-sex anything amongst his animal pairs, either. That’s right, we’re looking at you, dolphins. There is no word, as of yet, as to what wrath nature’s hermaphroditic animals may cause God to cast upon us, but if it’s anything like Noah’s Flood, it isn’t going to be pretty.

Porter went on from there to suggest the Supreme Court legalizing same-sex marriage across the nation could likely lead to the “end times,” and ultimately the Second Coming of Christ, judging by the example Noah’s Flood set – the only other time in history, Porter says, when gay marriage was “legal.” Porter stated:

If this is true, we are uniquely positioned for the return of Christ like no other time in history.

You can listen to Porter’s bulletin below:

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But doesn’t it seem like Christians would be cheering on gay marriage if it meant a quick passage to the Second Coming of their Lord? And what about that “if” Porter threw in there? “If this is true…” That must have taken guts – “If this is true.”

Well, tell us, Ms. Porter, are you a believer or aren’t you? Should same-sex couples be denied civil equality and barred from marriage over a God, over a faith you only somewhat believe in “If this is true…”?

Sounds flimsy. Even swearing on the Bible won’t help that stand up in court.

Lord help us if it does.

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