(Watch Live) In a podcast interview, the former president of Ireland, Mary McAleese, spoke out against the Catholic Church’s teachings on the ‘evils’ of homosexuality. The conversation was one of a 5-part series of interviews with various high-profile LGBT allies across the world. McAleese championed her vision for a more inclusive society that would accept people of all races, religions, and sexual orientations.
(Watch Live) Vice President Pence went to anti-LGBTQ Dallas mega-church to hold a political rally. The pastor made it clear he wants him to stay after 2024 as he becomes President. His joke about where he sleeps in the White House is not as disturbing as the thousands that came and violated every government rule on Covid-19. Not a mask to be seen as they cheered, stood shoulder to shoulder and more. We assume at Q News Tonight that they have some special immunity.
(Watch Live) A daily prayer from the Family Research Council, an anti-LBGT lobby group, promoted a strongly homophobic message asking God to protect the purity of American children from Biden’s proposed pro-LGBT policies such as the Equality Act. FRC’s prayer called on pure Christians to ‘vote based on biblical principles,’ and to prioritize life, family and religious liberty issues. The leader of FRC, Tony Perkins, is allegedly a member of Trump’s rumored evangelical advisory board.
(Watch Live) A man who tore down a Pride flag in his city has said he did it because it was 'mocking God' - and he believes his actions are protected under the First Amendment. Charges have been brought against Barrigar over the incident, which he recorded and shared on YouTube. Meanwhile, city officials have come up with the best possible rebuke to Barrigar’s actions - they will instead keep the flag up for even longer. Officials have taken measures to secure the flag to the pole and have decided to keep it up for the rest of the month. It was originally due to fly in the city for just one weekend.
(WATCH LIVE) Two white conservative Christians came to the conclusion that Black people should stop 'sitting in a chair and crying' over slavery because homosexuality is a 'worse' sin. Anti-LGBTQ activist Scott Lively discussed racism on his Breaking News Bible Study show with Knoxville, Tennessee pastor Richard May. During the show, May downplayed the horror of slavery in the U.S., calling it 'an unfortunate event.' He said the Bible backs that view and that 'It’s not something to lose your mind over.'