After appearing on Rick Wiles' radio show where he called President Obama the Antichrist, Scott Lively spoke with the not-yet-Senegalese Janet Mefferd on Friday, once again to discuss his view that "homosexuality is the moral issue of the End Times."
Lively maintained that "everyone is being tested with this issue" because homosexuality represents "the extreme example of rebellion on the verge of judgment."
Lively also addressed a lawsuit he is currently facing from Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), which is represented by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), over his role in inciting anti-LGBT persecution and legislation in Uganda, including allegedly pursuing legislation calling for homosexuality in Uganda to be punishable by the death penalty.
Lively told Mefferd that SMUG are only "a handful of Ugandan homosexuals and are really just dupes”"of the "radical" and "Soros-funded" CCR.
"They are very powerful, they are heavily funded, absolutely dedicated, these are ideologues," Lively said of the CCR. "These are the hard-left, Marxist ideologues and I am their primary—I am the most visible symbol of opposition to the gay agenda right now in the United States."
Fresh off of accusing Obama of being the antichrist and working with gays to bring to bring about the apocalypse, Lively complained that CCR was trying to "paint me as a demon."
As if any other word were appropriate for someone who insists that the very existence of another is criminal and should be punishable by death.