David and Jason Benham stopped by the Family Research Council’s “Washington Watch” at the National Religious Broadcasters convention in Nashville Thursday, where they told FRC President Tony Perkins about their work to defeat a proposed LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance in Charlotte, N.C., which David Benham called “so depraved and just absolutely craziness.”
Jason Benham kicked things off by describing how the Devil had worked through the separation of church and state to “remove our God” from society.
“And when God is removed, chaos is the only thing that’s going to fill the void, and when chaos happens people are going to cry for order, and when people cry for order but they’re not willing to turn to God, who are they going to turn to? The government. And the government is the one then that defines your rights, and if they give your rights they can surely take them away. You have to remove God first,” he explained.
Article continues below“We are about to fight in Charlotte this transgender bathroom ordinance,” David Benham chimed in. “It’s so depraved and just absolutely craziness that I look back and I see that pattern.”
“It’s taken the form of nondiscrimination,” he continued. “That’s just simply the fourth point of the radical gay agenda’s plan to change America. The fourth point is ‘do not request direct support for our lifestyle, but rather assume nondiscrimination as our support.’ This is a disguise. And it’s not because of LGBT people, it’s because of this radical agenda.”