Phil Robertson is still talking and surprise, surprise, what he has to say is still awful.
The Duck Dynasty patriarch was the guest of honor at this weekend’s Rock the South music festival in Cullman, Alabama.
He spoke on stage to the crowd in a Q&A sesh where he addressed some of his previous controversial statements.
But in typical Phil fashion, he made more controversy while addressing the controversy!
When asked about the homophobic remarks he’s made in the past, the 68-year-old Evangelical said:
"I'm actually a nice man. I'm trying to help those poor souls and turn them to Jesus.”
Fans applauded his sorry excuse, but he didn’t stop there.
Next, Phil got political and told the audience:
“Whatever you do, whatever you do, go register to vote, especially on this next presidential election! Register to vote, and you ought register for the House and the Senate too! Get your tail down there and vote this ungodly bunch out of Washington, D.C.”
The crowd went wild.
We’re not exactly sure if Phil understands how voting works in this country. Sure, voting is awesome and EVERY American should do it but telling Alabamians to vote republican ain’t gonna get your guy in office (whomever that may be) come 2016!
The Yellowhammer State has gone red for the past NINE presidential elections!
So…save your breath dude. They’re gonna vote for the conservative candidate again!
As for calling Democrats ungodly, there are plenty of liberals who have faith in Washington. Christians, Jews, heck Minnesota was progressive enough to elect a practicing Muslim in Congress!
That’s called diversity, Phil. Lots of different perspectives coming together for the greater good.
You can keep praying for the world to wake up and start living the lifestyle you think is right. But we can tell you right now, you’re gonna be disappointed by the results.
Ch-ch-check out a clip from Phil Robertson's speech at Rock The South (below)!
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