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Children’s TV show Rainbow was responsible for making kids gay, says UK pastor

Children’s TV show Rainbow was responsible for making kids gay, says UK pastor

Rainbow ran on ITV for 20 years

Children’s TV show Rainbow was responsible for making kids gay, according to a British pastor.

Daniel Erickson-Hull, a preacher from Bristol at the End Times News Ministry, has said the show that starred Bungle, Zippy and George, was a piece of propaganda that planned to ‘homosexualise all children’.

Rainbow ran on ITV from 1972 to 1992 and aired more than 1000 episodes.

Referring to a part of the show’s opening sequence, in which an animated rainbow opens a book, he asked whether it was intended to represent the gay agenda ‘infiltrating the Bible’.

‘Perhaps there is nothing in this, a coincidence?’ he said. ‘But it seemed worth raising as a possibility.’

Erickson-Hull has previously called same-sex marriage an ‘abomination’ and called homosexuality ‘hideous’.

He previously made headlines when his sister, Anna Erickson-Hull, wrote a homophobic rant after her daughter brought home a LGBTI badge for their awareness week about homophobic bullying.

‘You cannot enforce this filth on children,’ he said. ‘We are living in the last days.’