Originally posted on Well Strike Me Down With a Ham Sandwich:
UKIP councillor David Silvester has accused the Prime Minister of causing the storms and floods during the early weeks of the New Year, saying that by making the decision to legalise gay marriage, Cameron had acted “arrogantly against the Gospel”.
Silvester condemns the PM’s decision to legalise gay marriage because the act goes against the Leviticus passage in the Bible which states, “thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind”. Silvester claims that no man can digress from God’s law or disobey divine decree without reaping the worst of consequences and it now seems as though Britain is paying the price for Cameron’s bold move in the form of torrential rain and gale-force winds.
Across the country people are reporting bad weather as a result of the acts of gay people, strengthening Silvester’s allegation. In Devon a middle-aged woman reported that the heavens opened and large hailstones rained down continuously after she witnessed “one bloke looking at another bloke funny”. Just north of Manchester it was reported by an elderly gentleman that a fierce wind started to blow, just as he overheard one man compliment another man on the colour of his jacket. But, perhaps more worryingly, concern was sparked amongst residents in Haverhill after two men were seen to be exchanging glances in Tesco.