Sounds like a lot of hot air to us!
Charles McVety is an Evangelical minister and Canadian TV personality. Actually, scratch that. He isn't a personality anymore because he's no longer on TV. After he spewed some particularly hateful preaching on his show in December, his broadcasters canned his show.
Charles McVety plans to take legal action over the cancellation of his show following his on-air antigay remarks.
Postmedia News reports that Pastor McVety’s Word TV was canceled when McVety made antigay comments towards a Toronto pride event. They explain:
“In December's ruling, the council said McVety's description of Toronto's gay pride parade as a ‘sex parade,’ as well as his characterization of gay events as ‘malevolent, insidious and conspiratorial,’ were in breach of the standards."
Sounds about right to us. There is a code of ethics everyone should have to follow and when you step outside those bounds, you deserve what you get.
But Pastor McVety claims the cancellation is a case of “political censorship” and he is looking to take legal action.
How about, instead, you issue an apology for being so cruel! Then maybe they'll give you your show back!
Some "man of God" you are!