Phil Robertson “Insults” Women Around The Nation By Refusing To Do This

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Liberals everywhere are outraged this week after Phil Robertson announced that he refuses to share a restroom with women under Houston’s equal rights ordinance.

Phil’s comments were made in response to liberal’s recent push for “gender neutral” bathrooms. These bathrooms seek to make sure that no one will be forced to identify as a certain gender by having all of us share one bathroom.

The Duck Dynasty patriarch thinks this is absolutely ridiculous, and he doesn’t care who knows it.

“For all you ladies in Texas, trust me when I tell you this, when you’re seated in your restroom putting on your Maybelline, when I need to take a leak I’m not going there,” Phil said as the crowd erupted in applause.

Phil went on to lament that our nation seems to have forgotten the religious principles our founding fathers founded it on.

“America, America, it cannot be said too strongly or too often that this great nation was not founded by religionists, but by Christians — not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Patrick Henry, great orator, one of our founding fathers said that.”

“The Apostle Paul said the Gospel has divine power to demolish strongholds. The reason the political pundits argue ad hominem, ad infinitum on television night after night … they call each other left, right, liberal, right wing, left wing, but there’s never any Gospel there, ever.”

“No talk about sin, no talk about repentance, none. No talk about Jesus, the son of God, nothing. And we wonder why we wound up like we are. I’m not ashamed of the Gospel because it’s the power of God for salvation for everyone that believes first for the Jew then for the Gentile. That’s everybody.”

While liberals found this speech to be outrageous, conservatives are applauding Phil’s no-nonsense attitude.

What do you think of Phil Robertson’s latest speech? Let us know in the comments below!

H/T: Christian Post


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