Taylor Swift is turning kids gay, a pastor has claimed.
Larry Tomczak is now suggesting children are learning ‘homosexuality is a beautiful way of life’ because of the many pro-gay messages on television.
He suggests people like Ellen DeGeneres are exploiting the ‘Shake It Off’ singer into forcing girls into embracing an ‘immoral’, ‘unnatural’ and ‘shameful’ lifestyle.
‘Are you really aware of this avalanche sweeping across our society today?’ Tomczak wrote in a Christian Post column. ‘It’s not a trickle, it’s a tsunami!’
He argued gays and their advocates are intentionally inflating the proportion of LGBTI people in the US to make them seem more mainstream.
‘A while ago I was in New York’s Greenwich Village sharing a meal when I engaged my waiter with this question, "Are there a lot of gay people in the Village?"’ Tomczak recalled. ‘With a sly smile and twinkle in his eye he retorted, "Everybody in the Village is gay!”
Claiming TV programming promotes a ‘gay agenda’, he cites the gay characters on Glee, Modern Family, Scandal and Two and A Half Men.
‘Super hyped Empire series starts with Oscar nominee Terrence Howard having a homosexual son – and he’s a hunk,’ Tomczak says.
‘Ellen DeGeneres celebrates her lesbianism and "marriage" in between appearances of guests like Taylor Swift to attract young girls.’
Christians cannot passively submit to the ‘avalanche’ of gays, Tomczak said.
He suggested parents purchase decades-old shows like Little House on the Prairie, and if they must watch current shows, pause them when ‘unseemly characters’ pop up and lecture their children about ‘God’s design for a man and a woman and the sanctity of marriage’.
‘As "salt" and "light" Christians, we represent a bulwark against this tidal wave of unprecedented evil,’ Tomczak said. ‘May all of us be found faithful and vigilant at our posts.’
The self-described ‘Christian leader, author and cultural communicator’ has written several books – some geared towards children – on the evils of homosexuality.
He states gay people experience ‘higher rates of psychiatric illnesses’ and on average have ‘shorter life spans – up to 20 years less.’
In 2013, he was sued for allegedly covering up sexual abuse at a Christian school in Gaithersburg, Maryland.