A woman who is a lesbian and attended Pastor Charles L. Worley‘s church for years, spoke today to journalist David Pakman. She says attended Worley’s church more than 20 times, and also has a family member who attends the Church currently. Worley is the North Carolina Pastor who called for the mass murder of the world’s homosexuals, by airlifting all “queers and hoomosexuals” into an electrified fenced-in area.
Pakman reveals that some of Worley’s supporters do not believe the comments he made on May 13 accurately reflect his views on homosexuality, but the unnamed woman Pakman interviews disagrees.
Pakman’s guest said that she was “not surprised” that Pastor Worley had advocated for all gays and lesbians to be rounded up and dropped into a pen surrounded by an electric fence so they could all die off.
She also tells Pakman that there were “quite a few ‘Amens’ from the congregation,” when Pastor Worley would rail against homosexuality — which he said was “against biblical scripture” from the pulpit a number of times in the years she attended his church.
Pakman at the end seems to be trying to get some evidence of the Pastor’s violation of IRS regulations, but, as I read the federal regulations, churches are prohibited from advocating for or against candidates, not issues. Pastor Worley certainly advocated against President Obama, saying he wasn’t going to vote for a “homosexual lover” or a “baby-killer.”
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