Texas Pastor Who Vowed To Set Himself On Fire Over Gay Marriage Now Says He Didn’t Really Mean It

Texas Pastor bon fire

 

Texas “Pastor” Rick Scarborough, the “Christian” who vowed to set himself and become a human smores maker if same-sex marriage became the law of the land has issued a statement reneging on his first comment declaring, “We do not support any violence or physical harm.” 

Scarborough issued a statement to  KFYO News just hours after the Supreme Court decision.

“I made that comment to paraphrase a spiritual song, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in which the three were given a choice—to bow to the image of Nebucahdnezzar or burn in a furnace,” said Scarborough.”‘We will burn’ means that we will accept any sanction from the government for resisting [Friday’s] Supreme Court decision. We do not support any violence or physical harm.” 

Some people just have no integrity.

 Now what the hell am I going to do with all these marshmallows?

 

H/T: The Advocate

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6 Responses

  1. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego did go through the fire. They didn’t make excuses.

  2. Bob in Chicago says:

    This was such a disappointment! But then we know how repulsivecons lie. Such drama queens.

  3. dwk322 says:

    no do overs…. burn

  4. Karl says:

    I Had the popcorn ready, such a dissapointment

  5. Brent Butler says:

    He should have oh wait that’s hate and judging that’s what has been done to us for years LOVE

  6. JC says:

    There’s two grammatical errors in the first sentence of this article. That irks me more than the pastor going back on his word.

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