If evangelical figures in the US are to be believed, gay people caused Hurrican Harvey.
And this comes despite overwhelming evidence that adverse weather and climate changes were responsible for the storm that has devastated parts of Texas, numerous voices claimed that the flood, was, biblical.
Among those who have been shouting slogans at the LGBTQ community, were minister Kevin Swanson, who believes the Bible preaches death to gays, and the similarly delightful radio host Rick Wiles, who thinks Ebola would be a handy way to wipe out the LGBT community.
The best was, however, right-wing commentator Ann Coulter, who suggested that she would be more willing to believe gay people caused the flood than the idea of climate changes.
“I don't believe Hurricane Harvey is God's punishment for Houston electing a lesbian mayor. But that is more credible than 'climate change,'” Coulter wrote on Twitter.
And now, days after the controversial right-wing media pundit said she would blame Hurricane Harvey’s devastation on the city’s election of a gay mayor, the official in question hit back with a succinct yet effective response.
The official in question, Annise Parker tweeted, “Darn it, I thought no one knew I had a super power over weather.”
And twitter was soon full of suggestive banters with one twitter user saying,
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While Carl Josehart also added,