Pat Robertson wants ‘vomit’ button for Facebook gay pics

07/09/2013 1:45 PM

07/09/2013 1:45 PM

Attention gay people: Stop posting all those kissing photos on Facebook.

Or Pat Robertson’s gonna hurl.

The 83-year-old televangelist said Monday on his Christian Broadcasting Network show “The 700 Club” that he wishes Facebook had a “vomit” button he could use when he sees same-sex couples kissing.

That was his response to a viewer who asked how to deal with those images on social media.

“You’ve got a couple of same-sex guys kissing, do you like that? Well that makes me want to throw up,” Robertson said.

“To me, I would punch ‘vomit,’ not ‘like.’ They don’t give you that option on Facebook.”

He really needs to get that gag reflex checked because this isn’t the first time he’s used vomit imagery in relation to gays. He’s also said that the land would “vomit out” those who disobeyed the commandments of the Old Testament.

And remember when he said this?

“Many of those people involved in Adolf Hitler were Satanists. Many were homosexuals. The two things seem to go together.”

And back in 1998 he attributed wildfires in Florida that were started by lightning strikes to God’s punishment for Gay Days at Disney World.

Let’s cue the Pat Robertson gag reel, shall we?

On why it’s the wife’s fault if the hubby strays:

“Males have a tendency to wander a little bit. And what you want to do is make a home so wonderful he doesn’t want to wander.”

On those darn feminists:

“The feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women. It is about a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians.”

On tornadoes that slammed the Midwest in 2012: “If enough people were praying, (God) would’ve intervened.”

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