A 2010 video emerged since “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson was suspended from his A&E show, in which Robertson makes much more scathing remarks about homosexuality.
Footage shows Robertson give an hour-long sermon in Pennsylvania during which he says, “I’m Christian. It isn’t my place to judge.”
“Women with women, men with men — they committed indecent acts with one another and they received in themselves the due penalty for their perversions,” Robertson adds. “They’re full of murder, envy, strife, hatred. They are insolent, arrogant, god haters, they are heartless, they are faithless, they are senseless, they are ruthless, they invent ways of doing evil.”
He called this “gross sexual immorality” and said that homosexuals “dishonor their bodies with one another, degrade each other.”
“Uh, is that going on in the United States of America?” he asks. “Look around.”
He says because homosexuals gave up “the knowledge of God” they were given “over to shameful lust.”
Robertson also criticizes abortion rights stating that Thomas Jefferson gave every person a right to live in their mother’s womb.
“And we debate whether some woman has the right to tear you out of there a piece at a time?” he asked the audience. “Come on! You have a God-given right to live in all places inside your mother. What in the world happened to us?”
He also criticized the advocacy of animal rights.
“They bow down to birds, animals and reptiles and each other,” he said. “Don’t hurt a little bird or animal.”
“Turn to God,” he recommends at the 45-minute mark.