Scott Morrison does not think gay people go to hell


Australian PM Scott Morrison was forced to explain his position after he avoided the question of whether gay people go to hell at a press conference in Perth on Monday, May 13th, and the following day he clarified that he did not believe so. It was a desperate, cheap shot from Bill Shorten who is looking to distract attention from his housing tax that will undermine the value of people’s homes.” The question was put to Morrison at the Perth press conference amid discussion about Australian rugby player Israel Folau, who has been under fire for saying that God’s plan on LGBT people was hell. “I support the law of the country and I always don’t mix my religion with politics and my faith with politics. It’s always been something that has informed how I live my life and how I seek to care for and support others,” Morrison initially responded and changed the subject. Opposition leader Bill Shorten told media in Tasmania after the conference: “I cannot believe in this election that there is a discussion even underway that gay people will go to hell. I cannot believe that the prime minister has not immediately said that gay people will not go to hell.”


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