Kirk Cameron, former child actor and current Christian crusader, says that the group wedding of 34 gay and straight couples at Sunday’s Grammys was “an all-out assault on the traditional family.”
In a Facebook post that’s since been deleted, Cameron declared that the “lines were drawn thick and dark” and warned his 1.47 million followers they “must work together to create the world we want for our children.”
The self-serving actor-activist used the rest of his status update to encourage visitors to download Mercy Rule, his first feature since 2008’s Fireproof.
There’s not a lot of info about the film but judging by the trailer below, it’s some kind of Bad News Bears rehash where everyone learns an important lesson about being good, heterosexual Christians. And white—really, really white.
It was almost two years ago, on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight, that Cameron declared homosexuality was “unnatural” and “ultimately destructive.”
Cameron initially asked his Facebook fans how they wanted to see Mercy Rule—in theaters, on DVD or as a download—and more than 60,000 replied, with the overwhelming majority wanting a digital version.
We guess hoisting the Rascal into the SUV just to go to the multiplex is a lot of work.