It's the latest of the anti-LGBTQ+ minister's many preposterous claims.
January 28 2021 3:31 PM
Some of Trump's most fervent supporters feel betrayed by the move, although they're reluctant to blame him specifically.
Former ambassador Rufus Gifford (left) lost his primary, but at least Scott Lively (right) will not be the GOP nominee for governor.
The anti-LGBTQ minister's claim comes in a case brought against him for spreading hate in the African nation.
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Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul, both potential Republican presidential candidates, join the likes of Scott Lively in a new doc on the gay movement's 'persecution' of Christians.
Lively says he wants to influence U.S. policy toward Russia, which he lauds for 'standing up against the homosexual agenda.'
Homophobe Scott Lively is featured prominently in a twisted 'documentary' produced by Arkady Mamontov, the antigay Russian TV host who thinks gays can rain meteorites down on earth.
The antigay minister has submitted enough valid petition signatures to get him on the ballot as an independent.
On Wednesday, Christian rock star Vicky Beeching came out as a lesbian. On Thursday, she went toe-to-toe with internationally infamous homophobe Scott Lively.
The decision shows Ugandans are not his 'puppets,' says the antigay minister, who is being sued for spreading homophobia in the nation.
Rachel Maddow calls the Obama administration's plan to send American experts to Uganda a new kind of experiment in 'real science and real diplomacy.'
Scott Lively attributes the invasion of Ukraine somehow to Russia's conflicts with the U.S. and European Union over LGBT rights.
The antigay American evangelical claims that Russia's violent crackdown on LGBT people is actually 'gay-on-gay' violence.