MAIDEN, NC (KTLA) -- A North Carolina pastor is being condemned after a recent sermon in which he called for the extermination of all gays and lesbians by locking them behind an electrified fence until they die off.
A video of the sermon by Pastor Charles L. Worley from Providence Road Baptist Church was record on May 13, according to the church's website.
[...]On the video the pastor says, "I figured a way to get rid of all the lesbians and queers. Build a great, big, large fence -- 150- or 100-mile long -- put all the lesbians in there . . . do the same thing for the queers and the homosexuals, and have that fence electrified so they cant get out.
Feed em, and you know what? Worley continues.
In a few years theyll die. Do you know why? They cant reproduce
Worley's sermon, in part, was a response to President Obama's support of gay marriage after Amendment One passed in North Carolina earlier this month.
According to the Providence Road Baptist Churchs website, Worley has served as pastor there since 1976.
Catawba Valley Citizens Against Hate (CVCAH), the group that posted the clip to YouTube, plans to protest Worley and the church on Sunday, May 27.
To hear this kind of hate being preached, this kind of intolerance, it hurt me, and Im not even part of the LGBT community, activist Laura Tipton, who organized the protest, told The NY Daily News