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SC ‘Christian’ GOP Candidate Says LGBT Activists are Gremlins Who Can’t Stand Getting in the ‘Son’s Light’

A South Carolina GOP candidate wants everyone to know that he is the Christian choice for Congress.

Calling him the ‘Godly Servant to the People’, Anthony P. Culler told voters in April that he will never kow-tow to the un-godly views of non-believers.

“Ever notice how non-Christians believe Christians and our values should not be allowed in politics and government but we are to be open-minded to their un-Godly beliefs? (And to think polite Christians actually fall for this stupid and illogical double standard and stand down.),” he said on April on his Facebook page.

He also wants to spread the word that despite how LBGT activists present themselves they are not cuddly at all.

“Do not buy the ‘cuteness’ and ‘What will it hurt?’ arguments whispered in your ears and marketed to our children,” Culler said about those who support gay marriage. “Same-sex couples that seek to destroy our way of life and the institution of marriage are NOT cute and cuddly but rather (for those of you that are old enough to remember the movie), Gremlins that will only destroy our way of life.”

Then after his remarks caused a stir on the internet, with many people calling him a bigot, Culler once again took to his Facebook page to defend his remarks, especially in the ‘Christian’ district he seeks to represent.

“In the movie, those creatures, you had to keep out of the sunlight,” he said, before launching into some preaching on Jesus Christ. “The ones I’m talking about, they can’t get in the Son’s light.”

He also said despite the fact that “all across the nation, I have had all these bigots calling me a bigot,” he said everyone else is wrong.

“The people here — Black, white, Democrat, Republican — we believe in family,” Culler preached in his videotaped message. “Gremlins and pro-abortion activists need to be concerned…there’s a Christian running in South Carolina that you can’t intimidate or stop.”

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