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Justin Bieber Compared to "Sissified, Effeminate Twinkie" by Homophobic Lunatic "Pastor" Steven Anderson

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We may have found the cure for "Bieber fever": twerpy Tempe "Pastor" Steven Anderson, who recently compared teen heartthrob Justin Bieber to a "sissified, effeminate twinkie" in one of his sermons.

Anderson, you may recall, is the leader of the Faithful Word Baptist Church, which teaches that homosexuals should be put to death by the government, and was recently labeled a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

One of his more infamous publicity stunts involved him praying for President Barack Obama to die from brain cancer.

In other words, the guy's a stooge, and now he's interested in "the Biebs" and his femininity -- a little too interested, if you catch our drift.

Anderson's got a problem with "metro Christians," and was spouting off about the difference between feminine and effeminate when he started bashing Beiber.

"We're in this store, and I see this poster of what I thought was a girl with bangs...it was a big giant poster and it said 'Justin Bieber,' and i'm like 'Justin?' I could have sworn this was a girl with lipstick on," Anderson rants. "I mean, it looked like a girl...then there was another poster right next to it where this thing looked a little more male."

Anderson says, "These are the types of images that they're pumping into our minds today of wanting men to look feminine." He says males looking effeminate is on a long list of sins spelled out in the Bible.

Anderson didn't immediately return our call this morning (perhaps he's still a little pissy over the story we wrote after we last spoke, which can be seen here), but his BS found its way to the Interwebs, and you can see it below. 


Congratulations Steven Anderson: you now can add every 13-year-old girl in the country to the long list of people who think you're a total asshole.

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