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Some of the remarks were made using off-color language. The network has placed Phil under hiatus from filming indefinitely. Entertainment Weekly added that the rest of the family starring in "Duck Dynasty" will remain on the program. My mission today is to go forth and tell people about why I follow Christ and also what the bible teaches, and part of that teaching is that women and men are meant to be together. However, I would never treat anyone with disrespect just because they are different from me.
‘Duck Dynasty’ star Phil Robertson anti-gay video emerges as A&E beefs up security amid threats
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Watch more news videos Latest world news. Phil Robertson, the "Duck Dynasty" patriarch who landed himself in hot water last year over anti-gay comments, just can't seem to keep his mouth shut about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT community. And he's reached a whole new low by enveloping himself in Jesus Christ himself in an attempt to validate his homophobic opinions. At one point, the interviewer asked Robertson if he considers himself a homophobe. The "Duck Dynasty" star responded by claiming:. People who are participating in homosexual behavior, they need to know that I love them. Robertson also attempted to justify his worldview by claiming that The Bible contains the only tangible answer to the "question" of homosexuality.
'Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Suspended Over Anti-Gay Remarks (VIDEO)
Conservative "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson was caught flapping his gums in an anti-gay tirade three years before his suspension for similar remarks. A video captured the gray-bearded reality show icon clutching a Bible in his right hand while roundly condemning homosexuality at a Pennsylvania church dinner. Look around.
Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson has stirred up more controversy with a newly-released Easter Sunday sermon, which went viral after TMZ posted a clip of it on Thursday. In the new video, Robertson addresses the public uproar that ensued after he called homosexuality a sin in a magazine interview last December. In that interview he also claimed that blacks were happier before the civil rights movement.