Leftist Radio Host: Rev. Franklin Graham Should Really Try Sodomy, Like You'd Try Pizza

April 25th, 2014 11:45 AM

Leftist radio host Mike Malloy picked up a dated editorial on the Sochi Olympics by Rev. Franklin Graham to lamely claim Graham is “inching closer to Fred Phelps” on the hate meter, since he felt Putin seems more Christian than Obama.

But it’s Malloy who is a better role model for coarse rhetoric, suggesting this Christian leader needs "sexual advice," namely, to try anal sex before he condemns it, just like you shouldn’t condemn pizza without trying it (video below):

MALLOY: Jesus, Franklin! You know, I tell you what. Tell you what. I’ve said this before to some of you real tense homophobes. That if you just tried it one time, nobody has to know about it, Franklin – just, just, you know, I’m sure somebody would be willing, maybe an older gay man would be willing to introduce you into some of the fundamentals of gay sex, and just try it! And see if it’s the horror that you think it is!

You might be a little bit surprised! You might come out of the encounter saying ‘Well, that was, it’s kinda nothing.’ And you might come out of the encounter saying ‘WOOOO-HOOOOO!’ But Franklin, you know, until you taste a pizza, for example, you can’t really say that pizza is not good. You know what I’m saying? You have to try a little pizza to decide if you like it, you don’t like it, or you’re kinda neutral.

Malloy implied that President Obama was a better Christian than Rev. Graham: “Isn’t this a great Christian, Franklin Graham, all full of love and compassion, and brotherhood and sisterhood and love thy neighbor as thyself?”

Russia’s law banning pro-gay speech is offensive to American standards of freedom of speech, and the Americans “inching closer” to this authoritarian track are the libertine-left “Against Defamation” cops who blacklist celebrities and ruin careers for saying something offensive to gay activists...or for failing to bake a cake for a gay "marriage." They want all "hate"-filled social conservatives removed from newscasts and newspapers. In effect, they want an "anti-gay propaganda" ban.

Here’s some of what Rev. Graham wrote, which wasn’t entirely pro-Putin:

To be clear, I am not endorsing President Putin. To survive in the KGB and rise to power in Russia, you have to be tough. His enemies say he is ruthless. To some, he is a modern version of a czar. His personal life has its own controversies.

Isn’t it sad, though, that America’s own morality has fallen so far that on this issue—protecting children from any homosexual agenda or propaganda—Russia’s standard is higher than our own?

In my opinion, Putin is right on these issues. Obviously, he may be wrong about many things, but he has taken a stand to protect his nation’s children from the damaging effects of any gay and lesbian agenda.

Our president and his attorney general have turned their backs on God and His standards, and many in the Congress are following the administration’s lead. This is shameful.

The world used to look to America for moral leadership. But those days are long gone.

Today, we’ve abdicated our moral leadership. We defeated communism, only to relax and see secularism and progressives take over our country. Secularism is as godless as communism. Secularists and progressives have taken over our schools, media, and local and federal government. And it has all happened in the twinkling of an eye.