“Kill the Gays” Pastor Steven L. Anderson Arrested and Deported From Botswana *SNAP!*

Pushy Power-Bottom Steven L. Anderson

Pushy Anti-Gay Power-Bottom Steven L. Anderson

President Ian Khama of Botswana said on Tuesday he had ordered the arrest and deportation of U.S. pastor Steven Anderson, who was banned from neighboring South Africa last week over his extreme and dangerous anti-gay views.

 “He was picked up at the radio station. I said they should pick him up and show him out of the country,” Khama said in an interview. “We don’t want hate speech in this country. Let him do it in his own country.”

Anderson denied he was being deported.

“I am not being arrested. I am leaving Botswana voluntarily,” he told witnesses at the radio station.

Anderson who described the victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Fla., as “disgusting homosexuals who the Bible says were worthy of death” also told a radio station during an interview on Tuesday that the Botswanan government should kill gays and lesbians. described the victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Fla., as “disgusting homosexuals who the Bible says were worthy of death.”

Anderson, who is a pastor at the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Ariz., arrived in Botswana on Sept. 15. The government of neighboring South Africa announced earlier this month that it had banned him from entering their countries.  Anderson said he had arrived in Botswana last Thursday from Ethiopia.

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3 Responses

  1. John says:

    It makes no sense. If you think homosexuality is not appropriate then pray for homosexuals. LBGTQ people are not going to approach you or try to entice you. If you are opposed to gay people they will most certainly not want to be around you. Don’t look for them. Don’t speak out against them outside of your home. It’s a personal issue for gays, if you’re not gay you will never understand that it’s not a choice. And just so you know, the studies are out there that prove homophobes- are homosexuals. So if you keep making a big deal about something that has nothing to do with you, people are going to know you are gay too. Whether they tell you or not.

  2. One of these days this guy will get caught with a cock in his mouth.

  3. Gerry Gentile says:

    I doubt he has a word to say about (straight) adultery. That is, of course, simply because he can see himself getting it on with someone other than the woman he married. It’s just gay sex he has an erection over. Poor baby.

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