Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas
By Brian Tashman / 10.11.2016
Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, who has previously registered his concern about the prospect of gay space colonies, connected homosexuality to Noah’s Flood on a radio program yesterday.
Gohmert, who was guest hosting the “Point of View” radio show, interviewed conservative activist and “Reaganbook” founder Janet Porter about her anti-LGBT film “Light Wins,” which featured appearances from Gohmert and other prominent Republicans such as Rand Paul and Mike Huckabee.
The congressman quoted a portion of the movie in which Porter, who believes that same-sex marriage caused Noah’s Flood, alleges that the only time in history besides today “where homosexual unions were authorized as marriage was in the ‘Days of Noah.’”
“We know homosexuality was widespread in Greece and Rome and Babylon and especially in Sodom and Gomorrah but that’s a little scary that it wasn’t legal except before the flood,” Gohmert commented.
Porter responded that this statement “tells you where we are in the overall timeline—“
“Does it ever,” Gohmert interjected.
Porter then claimed that Hillary Clinton’s support for LGBT rights will further push the world towards the Last Days because “this was the issue that led to the flood and that this will be a sign of what’s to come that ‘as it was in the days of Noah so it will be in the coming of the Son of Man.’ If we don’t correct this we, then we are crying out for judgment, we are crying out for the end of the world as we know it.”