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Pastor Goes To Trial For HORRIFIC Attack On Gay Church Member


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Participants of a North Carolina church are mosting likely to trial for a horrific strike on a gay parishioner. Ana Kasparian, Hasan Piker and Brett Erlich, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Inform us exactly what you assume in the comment area listed below.

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" North Carolina female confessed in court in Friday that she led approximately 30 parishioners from her church to attack and also defeat a gay member of the church in an initiative to "eliminate his satanic forces," Pink Information is reporting.

Sarah Anderson is just one of 5 participants of words of Confidence church in North Carolina who has been accuseded of assault on Matthew Fenner in 2013.

Speaking in court, Anderson stated she believed Fenner was "dirty as well as wicked," after the minister of the church, Brooke Covington, launched into a reported 2-hour long verbal attack on the guy. The minister informed Fenner that "God stated there is something incorrect in your life."

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  1. Posted by Why you gotta go there, at Reply

    Don’t blame these poor souls. They just hate Sharia law so much, and would never want it to affect their lives. They were mainly just tired of how oppressed Christians are in America, because Starbucks didn’t put Merry Christmas on the cups. They have to even this out by whipping a gay man while they support another man that says referring to Muslims “Ban them and take out their families.” …. such oppressed souls 🙁

    • Posted by YyyoDa, at Reply

      We have only identified the role of one out of two America’s fundamentalist religions. Radical Christians hate Sharia Law, Radical Purists hate The Establishment. Both are so blinded by their hatred, they let an Established Devil destroy Christian values and whatever purity and welfare that is left of the system. SIGH. The IRONY OF IRONY.

  2. Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

    this is terrorism

    • Posted by Raf Amador, at Reply

      +Travis Rogers i am interested.

    • Posted by Raf Amador, at Reply

      +Thomas MacKelly i dont buy it..

  3. Posted by Jason Nesbitt, at Reply

    radical christians and muslims are cut from the same cloth

    • Posted by #it'scomplicated -, at Reply

      Very true. Except there are far more extremist Muslim parasites that will be cleansed from this Earth in a time not too far from now

    • Posted by Blake Miller, at Reply

      Sure, but radical christians don’t go blowing up innocent children.

    • Posted by GWOS, at Reply

      Christians just shoot, beat and rape children.

  4. Posted by Danny OConnell, at Reply

    I’m a Christian and I find this absolutely disgusting hurt a guy just because he loves something different then u. Those people deserve more jail time then that.

    • Posted by Jo2Go100, at Reply

      Travis Rogers here’s what the bible teaches. If anything we sin like everyone else. The only difference is we chose to follow Jesus. Don’t believe me I cited the bible itself.

      John 8:1-11New Living Translation (NLT)

      A Woman Caught in Adultery

      8 Jesus returned to the Mount of Olives,2 but early the next morning he was back again at the Temple. A crowd soon gathered, and he sat down and taught them. 3 As he was speaking, the teachers of religious law and the Pharisees brought a woman who had been caught in the act of adultery. They put her in front of the crowd.

      4 “Teacher,” they said to Jesus, “this woman was caught in the act of adultery. 5 The law of Moses says to stone her. What do you say?”

      6 They were trying to trap him into saying something they could use against him, but Jesus stooped down and wrote in the dust with his finger. 7 They kept demanding an answer, so he stood up again and said, “All right, but let the one who has never sinned throw the first stone!” 8 Then he stooped down again and wrote in the dust.

      9 When the accusers heard this, they slipped away one by one, beginning with the oldest, until only Jesus was left in the middle of the crowd with the woman. 10 Then Jesus stood up again and said to the woman, “Where are your accusers? Didn’t even one of them condemn you?”

      11 “No, Lord,” she said.

      And Jesus said, “Neither do I. Go and sin no more.”

    • Posted by Jo2Go100, at Reply

      Travis Rogers also if you don’t know what stoning is. It’s killing someone by brutally throwing rocks until they cannot breath.

      the bible condemned these actions you accuse it of promoting.

  5. Posted by DefeatGlobalism, at Reply

    In 10 Muslim countries homosexuality is punished by death.

    TYT: but not all Muslims!

    • Posted by DefeatGlobalism, at Reply

      +She Snapped “The 10 countries you mention are also not democracies, the people that live there will never be able to get new governments, it would be wise not to judge an entire country by their government.”

      What? Muslims in those countries want live under an oppressive system called sharia you dumbass. How do you think the Muslim brotherhood came to power, they were elected through a democratic process. Muslims can’t be trusted with democracy because 9/10 they elect an Islamo fascist like Erdogan.

    • Posted by DefeatGlobalism, at Reply

      +Sinessa you literally can’t apply that argument to the Middle East. In Afghanistan for example over 90% of the population supports sharia law, under such a system gays and atheists would be murdered. So when you say not all Muslim you must be referring to a tiny minority who aren’t barbaric savages.

    • Posted by DefeatGlobalism, at Reply

      +Chelsea Jones yes, and most of them have a terrible humans right record when it comes to fair treatment for women, gays and religious minorities.

    • Posted by Sinessa, at Reply

      You are literally too stupid to function. How are you even still alive?

  6. Posted by cne08, at Reply

    How much do you want to bet that the church members are gay?

    • Posted by I'm Not gonna waste time arguing with you, at Reply

      Their Suppressed gayness is the reason why they attacked this innocent man

    • Posted by The Zero Zero, at Reply

      I’d bet my ladyboy porn collection they are.

  7. Posted by LincDN, at Reply

    Christianity sure is a peaceful religion isn’t it?

    • Posted by wickednwyld, at Reply

      LincDN -Watch a documentary called ‘Jesus Camp’. It will scare the crap out of you.

    • Posted by Blue Mosquitoes, at Reply

      Stfu and Kys


  8. Posted by unbiased, at Reply


    • Posted by Robert X., at Reply

      unbiased Bible belt and Satan’s strap

  9. Posted by IV Ltd, at Reply

    If this was a Mosque the trumtards would be creaming themselves in righteous indignation…

    • Posted by N Ben, at Reply

      Celtic Warrior , hey I was sent to a mosque for 2 weeks to degay me in London. I wasn’t beaten just had to pray a lot. it didn’t work.

    • Posted by ismail ahl lamara, at Reply

      Celtic Warrior that’s a cringy nickname you’ve got there, and oh btw, you’re an idiot.

  10. Posted by IAN m, at Reply

    Please help me with something. Wasn’t Jesus supposed to be a kind person who loved people no matter who they were. The same Jesus that fed the poor ect. So when in the world did American Christians especially go so wrong. Do these people not realize they act just like the Muslim extremists their against .

    • Posted by welder guy, at Reply

      Yaszmin Bijou

      of course bible says tho shall not kill. but it depends, Just like a legal judicial system the bible has laws also and capital punishments for breaking the laws. For instances no gays, no adultry, no murder, no cheating, no eat pig, no eat sea clamps, women shall summit to men rule. etc. read the bible.

    • Posted by Cath' J J, at Reply

      Apparently they don’t. And this is a very strong current in America, present from the beginning. Sigh. Hypocrisy feeds hubris.

  11. Posted by Mat Broomfield, at Reply

    ALL Christians SHOULD be viewed with suspicion and concern. They’re just one enigmatic preacher away from this sort of behaviour. Once you accept magic as real, you can be convinced of any bullshit.

    • Posted by Mat Broomfield, at Reply

      No I’m not trolling. Christianity is a mental aberration. The majority of prison inmates are christians. The percentage of christians who do not live by their virtues is 100%, in spite of the fact that being virtuous is their highest tenet. Yes, there are a tiny percentage of christians who are not hypocrites, but even the best of them believes in fantasy – that makes them a liability.

    • Posted by Mat Broomfield, at Reply

      I’m not telling anyone what to think. It’s a statement of logic – prescriptive not proscriptive.

    • Posted by Mat Broomfield, at Reply

      I said nothing about them doing it in the name of their faith. Merely that mystical thinking makes you susceptible to mind control, and Christianity is ALL about mind control.

    • Posted by 501st Stormtrooper, at Reply

      “You can be convinced of any bullshit” Atheists are not even close to being exempt from that tho. Look at Communism. Karl Marx was a rabid atheist who wrote a book about a socio-economic system that resulted in the deaths of millions of people. Venezuela was also convinced that socialism was the answer, and look where they are now. If Christians all lived in the same place, you wouldn’t even be saying that, since they would all be getting along.

  12. Posted by rob smith, at Reply

    Some guy was telling me that there’s something violent inherent in Islam just yesterday. Obviously there must be something violent inherent in Christianity as well.

    • Posted by G Washington, at Reply

      rob smith yeah because all those Christians throwing gays off buildings, committing terrorist attacks, and beheading people.. oh… WAIT A SECOND…

    • Posted by rob smith, at Reply

      Are you saying there are no christian terrorist? Or are you just arguing that the method of terror is worse if you get beheaded with a blade rather than getting blown up by a drone strike?

    • Posted by Fatram Fatram, at Reply

      G Washington +
      Of course there are justifiable killings by christians . Like the killing of abortion clinic employees.
      How about “the lords resistance army” whos methods, tactics and goals are not too different to isis.
      Ignorance and religion are a deadly combination.

    • Posted by Christine M, at Reply

      Flip side of the same coin. Extremists.

    • Posted by Kim Welch, at Reply

      Yes, there’s something inherently violent in Christianity and Islam–People. Humans are inherently violent; the religion is just a way to rationalize it.

  13. Posted by Bruce Huff, at Reply

    What I don’t understand is why gay people want to associate with christians at all.

    • Posted by Alexa Saperstein, at Reply

      hussain abdulhaqq you’re literally a 3rd world savage islamic animal. Pretty funny for you to feign offence on behalf of gays when your dad iqbal and mom fatima would proudly murder their own gay children. How pathetic

    • Posted by Bruce Huff, at Reply

      I should have said, religious people, and or their dogma; seems counter intuitive to want to partake in a religion that condemns oneself;

    • Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

      +Bruce Huff
      Many are raised as such, that if you don’t participate in church you’re somehow ‘bad’.

    • Posted by Bruce Huff, at Reply

      +XIPHIASCDXX I can neither pronounce or spell your handle
      I pray (just kidding, figure of speech, I too was raised on shame) that reason and intelligence will kill religion;

    • Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

      +Bruce Huff
      Swordfish420 in Latin/Roman numerals.
      Just imagine how much more technologically and scientifically advanced the human race would be without religious meddling, the US education system gets attacked by cultist nut-jobs even still today, they should be called what they are- *Cults.*

  14. Posted by ms Stephanie Amanda, at Reply

    This hurts to hear about…. Not what the higher power is about

    • Posted by Kim Welch, at Reply

      You stop talking, find a quiet place to sit, and you listen. That’s how it’s been done for 30,000 years or more until we invented television then our brains melted.

    • Posted by dropbearattack, at Reply

      Kim Welch You have a melted brain?

    • Posted by Kim Welch, at Reply

      Not since I started taking zero technology days. Technology is not equal to evolution.

    • Posted by dropbearattack, at Reply

      Kim welch That post didn’t make much sense. Are you able to state your position more clearly?

    • Posted by Kim Welch, at Reply

      You asked, “How did you determine that there is a higher power and what It’s about?” I told you how. Of course, it is never quite that simply in practice, and no amount of explanation will make it easier. Experience cannot be completely reduced to text.

  15. Posted by Cee Bee, at Reply

    I like your christ,
    I do not like your christians,
    Your christians are so unlike your christ.

    —–Mahatma Gandhi

    • Posted by Gerald Greenfield, at Reply

      Travis Rogers, AMEN to that brother.and who’s to say the bible wasn’t a novel written by someone with a wild imagination!!!!

    • Posted by CumulusSkies, at Reply

      Latte Cat
      Sorry, Latte. I feel badly you took the time to write all that when I was trying to be ridiculous. I’d have to be pretty old to have known Gandhi for “years”. That said, he does sound like a bumhole. But with nice quotes here and there.

    • Posted by Latte Cat, at Reply

      CumulusSkies I kind of figured you were joking, lol. No need to apologise either – I was just putting that info out there for anyone who happens to read it.

  16. Posted by Fred Funk, at Reply

    Religion was an attempt to explain unknown phenomenon prior to all the discoveries of science. It is long past the time to discard these now idiotic beliefs.

    • Posted by Robb G, at Reply

      Fred Funk Thank you.

  17. Posted by Shalom Heppner, at Reply

    There are Christian extremists just as there are Muslim extremists and atheist extremists.. Let’s not paint all with the same brush. This does NOT reflect the life of Christ. This isn’t what I know of ANY of my Christian experience. This is crazy!

    • Posted by entylsa, at Reply

      Please let Atheists out of comparisons where people do BS based on religious believes.

    • Posted by Shalom Heppner, at Reply

      entylsa extremism has nothing to do with beliefs. If you’re an extremist you’ll be drawn into the nearest /easiest avenue. Whether it’s religion based or not. And please refrain from using the term “BS” in regards to personal beliefs. I accept your right to choose your lifestyle/belief system, please accept mine. I think we’re on the same page as far as wanting a peaceful society to live in.

  18. Posted by Wayne Templar, at Reply

    I had to pay some hooker $200 to beat me until my heterosexual demons were expelled

    • Posted by Another Nasty Woman, at Reply

      LOL! I’m dying…

  19. Posted by Ginny Cox, at Reply

    That’s not Christianity. It’s something else. Cults that tell you to commit suicide say they are Christian too, but do you believe they are “True,” Christians? It’s nothing but a device of the devil, pretending to be Christianity. We humans have to be more discerning than just lumping everybody together. Try reading the scriptures, it tells BOTH sides.
    The concept of Separation of Church and State is in there too.
    I feel sorry for the young man. I am a Christian, and what they did was wrong. They should go to jail.

    • Posted by mberg1974, at Reply

      No true Scotsman …

    • Posted by Somnivers, at Reply

      There are only 3000 Christian cults, I’m pretty sure they all think they have it right.Just like Islam.