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The View’s Sherri Shepherd: I’m Not A Judgmental Bigot Because I Believe Gays Are Going To Hell

Sherri Sheperd Judgemental Bitch

“I think people don’t know my heart. I think people feel I’m very judgmental. I think people feel I’m very homophobic. If they knew me, and knew my heart. … You grow up being a Christian and you grow up believing homosexuality is a sin; you’re going to hell if you’re a homosexual. This is something that they teach in churches. So it’s something that I grew up believing.”

“I might not agree with your lifestyle, but I love you. You may not agree with my lifestyle, but you love me … I don’t say it’s a choice.  If you tell me, ‘Sherri, I was born gay.’ OK. I’m not gonna argue with you, because I can’t tell you how you feel and what’s going on inside. I’m trying to make it into heaven by the skin of my teeth … I don’t know who I’m gonna see. So if you tell me you’re born [gay], I’m not gonna argue with you. And I absolutely respect you for that. I just ask that people respect how I feel, [I] respect how you feel and we can have a great dialogue.” – The View co-host and actress Sherri Shepherd  in a recent interview with Fusion host Alicia Menendez.

Sheperd asks that gay people respect how she feels.  Isn’t that interesting? She asks that I respect that she feels that we going to hell, that we are less than deserving of what she believes she is, and then goes on to insist she isn’t judgmental. Sorry, but when you insist that someone is going to hell, that is the very definition of judgmental, and if you think of gay people as “sinners” and not as “humans” then that is the very definition of anti-gay.

Go sell your special brand of stupid somewhere else Shepherd.  And I hope that Whoopi and Joy jump your fat divorced sinner ass over this.

 

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3 thoughts on “The View’s Sherri Shepherd: I’m Not A Judgmental Bigot Because I Believe Gays Are Going To Hell”

  1. The most interesting thing about Sheperd is that she is woefully uninformed and not terribly bright. She better watch out or she will go the way of the failing Duck Dynasty A..holes. Typical of people that not long ago were struggling to the point of near failure, they think that now that they have accomplished something they feel they need to share every thought and opinion. I don’t care that she is a bigot. I just don’t want to hear about it. I think way less of her today than I did before I heard about this.

  2. Is anyone surprised about this? Its from a women that does not believe in evolution and thinks the world is flat (see you tube…the view 21 Sept 2007) and interrupts every good guest the show ever has…probably has never read a newspaper and only know what is written for her on her cue cards…one of the biggest hypocrites around who totally worships and believes in her fairy tale book (the bible) but has admitted to numerous abortions and lots of affairs. Karma is the bitch which will catch up with her stupidity soon. If her and that Hassblebeck women vanished from the planet no one would miss them. Just awful people. And Mr Kohler, sorry to say, that the only women that would ever confront her, Joy Behar, has been gone since July 2013. Except for Whoppi the show is pretty much unwatchable.

  3. What strikes me is that she forgets that free people have the freedom of THINKING, and looking for answers that what is indoctrinated is questioning….. like what has been teached to her as fact may be wrong….
    Seems she is still living in the assumption that what a higher palced individual teaches is right…. as was slavery teached as being a god-given fact, but with better development of brains (and of course the development of human right) people started to doubt what the teachers learned the people…. and found that equality was normal, and that segregation was wrong and despicable!
    This co-host seems to be still living in that era,, failure of her brains been developed!

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