Gay A&E Stars Not Suspended For Expressing Preference for 'Man-A**'

Gay A&E Stars Not Suspended For Expressing Preference for 'Man-A**'

For some in the left-wing media, the goalposts are starting to move in their anti-Christian jihad against everyone who believes in the Bible. For instance, McKay Coppins of the left-wing BuzzFeed tweeted Thursday that he believes the “Duck Dynasty” uproar isn’t about what Phil Robertson believes; it is about the “the actual words that he said.”

I’m not sure when the left started to get the vapors over blunt sexual expression, but apparently part of the issue here is the rather blunt way the “Duck Dynasty” patriarch expressed his preference for a woman’s vagina over a man’s anus.  

Well, if that kind of thing is wrong, especially when you are an A&E reality star, why haven’t A&E reality stars Chris Morelli and Tad Eaton been suspended for expressing the opposite preference in the same explicit way:

An openly gay couple on A&E’s “Storage Wars: New York” is NOT offended by the homophobic comments made by fellow A&E’er and “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson — telling TMZ, they just feel bad for him … because man ass beats vagina any day of the week.

Chris Morelli and Tad Eaton tell us, “We could give a s**t what he thinks … [man ass] is tighter.”

As we reported, Phil talked about how a vagina is more desirable than a man’s anus, and how homosexuality and bestiality are the same sin.

By the way, because they are tolerant grown-ups, Morelli and Eaton are not offended. They did however mischaracterize what Robertson said. 

The “Duck Dynasty” star did not say ” gay people won’t go to heaven.” Robertson was talking about several kinds of behaviors that will keep you out of the Heaven, and not just homosexual behavior. Greed, adultery, bestiality, idolatry, and drunkenness were also on his list — because those are on the Christian Bible’s list.

 

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