Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has donated $100,000 to a Southern Baptist church in Louisiana that is being pastored by social conservative activist Tony Perkins, and has been instrumental in providing relief for those affected by torrential flooding.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins is responding to rumors claiming that he believes God uses floods and other natural disasters to punish gay people, saying that while he doesn't know what is behind calamities, he continues to put his faith in God.
After evacuating his Louisiana home due to flooding, Religious Right leader Tony Perkins was confronted with the fact that he and his colleagues always blame people they disagree with for spurring God's wrath. Critics gleefully wondered what his sin was. Perkins finally responded to that question yesterday, saying he had no idea why God caused this flood.
When Donald Trump visited flood-ravaged Louisiana last week, he promised a $100,000 donation to a Baton Rouge church—specifically, the Baton Rouge church of anti-LGBT hate group leader Tony Perkins. Because let's face it, Donald Trump...Show More Summary
It has been widely reported in recent days that Donald Trump donated $100,000 for flood relief to a Louisiana church which is run by anti-gay activist Tony Perkins (right), the well-remunerated head honcho of hate group the Family Research Council. O… Read The post Did Donald Trump Really Donate $100,000 To Hate Group Leader Tony Perkins? appeared first on Towleroad.
Donald Trump donates $100k to disaster relief fund of church led by Family Research Council president Tony Perkins.
The Republican presidential nominee donated $100,000 to the church where the hate-group leader is interim pastor.
As we all know by now, irony is rain on your wedding day. It is also 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife. But it's ALSO this: In 2015, the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins spoke with a Messianic Jewish pastor named Jonathan...Show More Summary
Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council, has been directly affected by the devastating flooding in Louisiana. His home was...
A flood has destroyed the home of a Christian lobbyist who preached that God sends natural disasters to punish gays. President of the controversial Christian group Family Research Council, Tony Perkins, described a deluge of "near biblical proportions" hitting his Louisiana home that forced him to flee in a canoe. Show More Summary
He once praised Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” bill
A home owned by the head of a “family” group that has claimed that the LGBT community could bring about human extinction has been nearly destroyed in a flood. In 2015, the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins interviewed extreme Messianic...Show More Summary
Tony Perkins, last seen making the RNC’s dog whistle orchestra work hard for the money, has taken a hit from that eternally angry, perfect (except for the poor aim and eternal anger), sky daddy he worships. In 2015 he caused controversy when he agreed with a statement that natural disasters are sent by God as […]
Family Research Council president Tony Perkins, who has described natural disasters as God's wrath in response to the legalization of same-sex marriage, had his home destroyed by the devastating floods affecting much of southern Louisiana right now.
Leading religious right bigot loses home in Baton Rouge flooding, and you know what? We are very sorry that happened.
Louisiana has been ravaged by historic flooding over the past week. Thousands of people have lost their homes and possessions, and at least 12...
We're used to the Religious Right blaming natural disasters on gay marriage and abortion. Which raises an important question: What message was God trying to send Tony Perkins over the weekend? Because the Christian Right leader's Louisiana home was flooded to the point where his family had to evacuate by canoe.
Karma is a bitch, Tony Perkins. In an epic display of karmic retribution, Family Research Council president Tony Perkins, who once claimed Hurricane Joaquin was punishment from god for the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage,...Show More Summary
Amid the horror of floods that have covered southern Louisiana in recent days, a grim note of irony: Tony Perkins, the head of the anti-queer Family Research Council, is among those whose homes are underwater. Perkins believes natural disasters are sent to punish gays. (more…)
As thousands of homes have been impacted by the torrential rainfall this weekend in Louisiana and Mississippi, leading social conservative activist Tony Perkins has shared his own story of how he and his family were forced to evacuate their home with over 10 feet of water sitting in their way.