It gets better? Sickos continue to grossly gleefully gloat 'Bet Rick Warren's son Matthew was gay'

Utterly appalling. No H8?

What is wrong with you? Yesterday, we reported the incredibly sad news that Pastor Rick Warren’s son Matthew committed suicide. Those with a moral compass and, you know, human decency sent prayers and condolences to Matthew Warren’s friends and family.

Revoltingly, the morally bankrupt took to Twitter to spew hate during this devastating time of loss. Blogger SooperMexican chronicled the first wave of degeneracy, wherein sickos gleefully asked if Matthew Warren was gay: Read it all here, if you can stomach it.

The depraved are still at it.

Liberals constantly embrace anti-bullying bullies like Dan Savage and feign concern for gay people. “It gets better?” Not if there is a way to exploit a tragedy and dance on the graves of the dead. Dan Savage did put his tolerance bullying aside for today.

He has a stitch of human decency, for once. But the rest of the tolerance brigade? They have been putting their full depravity on display.

Indeed. We have chronicled some horrifying displays of hate, but this is beyond sickening. And it’s not stopping.

If you want to see mental illness, look in the mirror. Depraved hate is a mental illness. Please, seek help.

Hate-spewers, heal thyselves.

For shame.


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  • 2ifbyT

    As others have said, I am disgusted beyond words and belief. It’s a shame these people have not met Rick Warren. One of the nicest men on the earth. If they were to say these things to his face, his response would be that he forgives them and Jesus loves them too.

  • V the K

    Haters join the left because the left teaches that hate is good so long as it is directed at the “right” people.

  • Josephine (D)

    As someone who has struggled to resist suicidal temptations, I know that people commit suicide for different reasons, not just because of their sexuality, and I’d like to know how many gay suicides have nothing to do with their sexuality.

    BTW, any good Christian loves the sinner and hates the sin. Just because you don’t support the lifestyle someone leans toward doesn’t mean you hate them.

    • mmunson

      Suicide can be for many reasons, such as not being able to find a job.

      • melle1228

        Actually studies have shown that in 90 percent of suicides; there is an underlying psychiatric condition. Losing a job, bullying and a myriad of other bad things that happen in life does not make a person commit suicide. It is the underlying mental condition that makes them unable to cope like people without mental conditions normally can.

    • grais

      Well those hateful tweeters are certainly not Christians of any sort. Too busy with twitter (and other vitally important things) to give any thought to Christ.

      • John

        What’s ironic, though, are two things:

        1. Stories like this never fail to bring out the atheist gay advocates who preach that arguing against them is invalid, even immoral, because it relies on “myth’ magic, and an invisible man in the sky”.

        2. When you call their bluff and offer to eschew any self-imposed moral inhibitions from said “fictional religion” and treat them with the same level kf vile, vicious, obnoxious behavior that they dish out, they squeal like children.

        In another time and place I was in the unusual position of being a Physics major at a Jesuit university. It meant having to install several mental “on/off” switches. One moment I would be in Catholic Theology mode, another I was in secular existential philosophy mode, and another I was expected to coldly, mathematically evaluate the physical universe without regard to any religious teachings whatsoever.

        If the atheist contigent of the gay crusade wish to insist that religious criticism of their position is inherently invalid, I can flip the appropriate mental switches, but I guarantee they won’t like the result. That would switch off any consideration of any outside determination of morality and reduce them to physical systems whose only evaluation criteria can arise from the physical creation and consumption of resources.

        They want it both ways. They won’t get it.

  • CatHerder

    One question: is there a shred of evidence his son was gay, or is this just target-of-opportunity BS?

    • Anderson

      No shred, just opportunists. Sick, disturbed, disgusting opportunists.

    • Brett McMicken

      just like, is there a shred of evidence that he drove any gay person to commit suicide?

    • grais

      They wouldn’t need one.

      • Red Fred

        That plump faced “Rick is a bigot” needs some good old fashioned correction. What a hate-monger. Clearly doesn’t know that what he planted will grow in his own life.

        • grais

          ‘Rick is a bigot’ is a silly, little, angry kid with 13 twitter followers. He doesn’t realize how irrelevant he is.
          Bless his black heart.

    • L.N. Smithee

      It’s like the people whose first reaction to Tucson was to blame Sarah Palin and who falsely alleged that Andrew Breitbart died from drug-related causes. They have NO evidence, just a desire to spread as much poison as they can while the facts are unknown.

    • Scott Carroll

      Well to be fair I’m pretty sure if he weren’t gay then close friends and associates would’ve come out by now to refute it. These sick bastards are engaging in conjecture, but it’s not about his sexuality. These feces for brains members of the Gay Gestapo have gazed into their Conjecture Balls and somehow divined the reason for his suicide was his homosexuality and not his mental illness.

      Unless you’re facing a slow, painful death from terminal disease then suicide is a hallmark of mental illness. Maybe his sexuality was an exacerbating factor, but it was not the determinative one.

      • Seriously?

        I am thinking that his friends and family have not refused this attack for a few reasons. 1. They are grieving. 2. They may not want to be attacked like Rick Warren. 3. They have no idea that ghouls like this exist yet.

        It’s horrible, the hate the left is spewing.

  • Anderson

    WTF is wrong with these people.
    Again, my deepest sympathies to the Warren family and repeated prayers for strength and grace in the face of such abject hatred.

  • Lynn Norton

    this is horrifying. Never seen so much hatefulness in my whole life. R.I.P Matthew <3

  • Brett McMicken

    truly, soulless people

  • RedSoloCup

    Glad to see the progs are homophobic too.

  • trixiewoobeans

    Sadly, the mainstream media does this too…takes an occurrence, embroiders, exaggerates, exploits, speculates and outright lies…and it becomes FACT, being hotly debated, denounced, what-have-you, when they only have a germ of information. UGH.

  • Brett McMicken

    well after all the dead gay kids Rick Warren is responsible for, I guess one of his is a small price to pay.


    so, it was worth sacrificing one of “their own” to score some sort of evil satisfaction at someone they hate. nice to know they are the compassionate, tolerant ones.

  • Rulz

    The left and Westboro Baptists tweeting hate over the death of a family member of someone who has different views that they do?

    Say it ain’t so!

  • grais

    Wanna bet they’re all suicidal? And extraordinarily stupid? And gay? And deep-down anti-gay?

  • $45875941

    These are your homosexuals, people. The ones who want our acceptance so they, can accept themselves for what they are. They really deserve our acceptance, don’t they?! Hate filled bigot bastards! Again, God bless pastor Warren and his family.

  • TJ

    When are they going to switch from H8 of gays to gun control. if some have not already linked suicide with guns. Even if Matthew did not use a gun more people die from self inflicted gun shot wounds than murdered by assault rifles. There is some soapbox being dusted off to have a monolog on gun control to stop suicides and not just mass shootings.

  • descolada9

    Having worked in a mental health institution, it always amazed me how many patients who self-identified as homosexual also showed a high percentage of mental illness, usually depression, This is not a scientific study, just my personal experience. Also, it never fails to amaze me how much hate can be found in the supposedly peaceful, happy gay community (or the liberal community for that matter)

  • TocksNedlog

    These liberals say it, but do they ever really mean it?

    • Randi Starr

      No, but it does cover the rust spot.

  • CO2 Producer

    They all are just making this claim so they can shriek, “See?! We told you so! Bad, Christianity, bad!” in case the revelation comes out later.

    Yikes, double pun there. Totally unintended.

  • Love of Country

    Did anyone on the Left go after Jackson, Gore and Kennedy for the actions of their crummy, degenerate children?

    If you wanted to, you could basically tell every Democrat who has lost a child to suicide that their wretched lack of parenting skills and their soul-robbing, anti-American values caused their child’s death. And while all this is most likely true, you don’t see Republicans going out and trying to rub that kind of salt into those types of wounds …. unbelievable!

  • Randi Starr

    Westboro Church and gays need to join up and put all that hate to use!/Sarcasm…….

  • MaryUKtheScot

    Are these examples of the oh so “tolerant and compassionate” left!!! It makes me feel like weeping!!

  • Mike Rogers

    Help me out here. Besides being a Christian believing in the bible. Has Rick Warren ever said much about gay people?

  • VerminMcCann

    Dicks, dicks, dicks. It’s always about dicks.

    Is there any reason to believe the son was gay, or are they just nuts?

    Edit: I see this has been asked and answered. So, they’re just nuts.

  • RevDennisMiller

    If his son was indeed a sodomite then we can only hope he repented of his wicked depraved filthy abominable lifestyle choice before he took his life. Let us pray.

  • CO2 Producer

    Yet the man the progressives voted into the Oval Office stated to Rick Warren that marriage is between a man and a woman, that the subject is a matter of state law, and that civil unions are acceptable.

    Rick Warren believes pretty much the same as what Hopenchange Obama believed. Was the old Obama a hate-spewing, homophobic so-and-so, too? If so, does anyone really buy that the accusations of hate and fear made the old Obama sincerely change his tune, or did he “evolve” his view to gain political points? Saying “Obama’s a great man who wouldn’t lie” is not proof. No man can truly see into another man’s heart.

    Besides, Rick Warren’s probably done more to help people stricken with AIDS than any of these ignorant pissants ever have.

  • Kenneth M. Dignan

    We must pray for Pastor Rick Warren and his family and church at the loss of their 27 year old son. I can relate to them we lost our 20 year old son 10 years ago.

  • Tina Sergent Seward

    What proof do any of these people have that Matthew Warren was gay?

  • Biff_Maliboo

    Ain’t nobody can hate like a gay man.

    • L.N. Smithee

      I don’t think that’s true. But as a San Francisco resident, I can tell you that when gay activists DO hate you, they are given an incredible amount of latitude.

      For example: When some evangelical Christians came to the corner of Market & Castro (the intersection that’s now famous for people walking around naked) back in 2008, they were assaulted and literally run out of the neighborhood.

  • Tanker74

    You have to forgive homosexuals for their insane hatred. They were born (again) that way.

  • AaronHarrisinAlaska

    “my first thought was…” Ergo it must be true, right? If this poor young man wasn’t gay, how will these monsters feel when their gleeful projection and desperate grasp for justification of their hate come to nothing?
    I ask a rhetorical question, I know. It won’t change how they feel. It won’t be any less justified to them, having said the most vile thing imaginable to a grieving family: “this was your fault and you deserve it.”
    Because they thought…because the possibility exists. And to them that’s good enough. Facts be damned. “It could have been true, even if it wasn’t it could have been.” Another sickening fact of all this is the revelation that they WANT it to be.

    I’m not a Christian. But I do believe in God. So I have no qualms with saying the following: I curse these people. Every one of them. Their minds and hearts are evil and so may evil follow them, and do to them. May a physical infection rot their bodies to show the world how their spiritual infections rot their soul. I hope they suffer a tragedy of their own design and never know a day again with out suffering. These “people” have ceased to be human.

  • Jim

    Are we as Christians looking at the hate to Rick Warren and Christians as if it were from these people? It should remind us that these individuals are blinded by Satan, and we should pray that their eyes are opened lest they die in their sins. We cannot take this hatred personal, “they will hate you for my name sake, because they hated me”

  • Andy Hebert

    Speaking as a gay man, I do NOT agree with most gays on many subjects (I do not believe in “gay marriage”). Whether Mr Warren’s son was gay or not, the hate being thrown out by gays at Mr Warren is pure hypocrisy on their parts. Yes, they are the bullies they claim to despise. I might not agree with Mr Warren’s thoughts about gays and mental illness, but I most certainly do not hate him for having a difference of opinion or his religious views. Not all gay men and women are like the examples above.

  • digitalPimple

    Well if I were to follow this twisted train of thought these obviously disturbed people have, than the argument can also be made that this gross hate towards him and his father may have caused him to commit suicide. Correct?

    So in reality it wasn’t his father that was responsible for this sad event but the blame now falls on the shoulders of the vary people shown here.

  • $6539006

    True or not, someone will come forward claiming to be Matthew’s gay lover just to embarrass the Warren’s. These a**h***** do not understand, we do not have to like everything about a person to love that person. Mental illness goes so much deeper and they clearly do not understand that. May they never have to face what the Warren’s are facing. Burying your child for any reason is horrible, burying your child because he or she felt their only option was suicide is hell on earth. You don’t need people to accuse you of anything because you do a good job of it all on your own.

  • Huan-Zung Hsu

    I’m a progressive and pro-marriage equality. And I am sick and repulsed to see what some people on my “side” have posted about Matthew Warren. I hope and pray it’s mostly a handful of insecure trolls. But for anyone serious about progress and equality, evil and hate for any cause is still evil and hate; if we can’t more forward with love and compassion for all humanity, then there’s no point.

  • Chris McGrath

    It’s weird seeing a bunch of hate being spewed at “the left” considering it’s typically leftists that are about promoting better access to mental health services for the mentally ill by way of UHC, treating mental illness as a disease and not a crime (say hello to the drug war!), and combating knee jerk reactions in society against people with mental illnesses or attempts to slander all mentally ill people by comparing all of them to Gays, bestiality lovers, and pedophiles; all of which leads to a much lower rate of suicide coupled with much better lives for the mentally ill.

    Rick Warren on the other hand did none of those things that could help people like his son and in fact actually engaged in the slandering of mentally ill people in general while proclaiming his intent to die before he ever supports anything approaching universal access to healthcare so fuck him. Whether his son was gay or not is beside the point that Rick Warren thinks access to healthcare isn’t a necessity which means mentally ill people (people who typically are poor and unable to pay for medicine out of pocket leading to them being unable to treat their ailments resulting in feelings of depression, rejection, and suicide) and that if you just “pray really hard!” you’ll be cured of your mental illness/addiction which in turn leads to high suicide as people quickly discover A) closing off access to mental health services coupled with a total misunderstanding of how exactly mental illnesses work while pedaling crazy wackjob cures that don’t work leading to great misery and feelings of an inability to overcome mental illnesses both personally and in society.

    If any of you actually give a shit about the mentally ill, you’ll set aside your petty tribe politics of left versus right and understand that people require access to healthcare, that treating mental illness like a crime is barbaric, and understand that society as a whole, from gay hating bigots who think sexual orientation is the same thing as schizophrenia( and also all gay people are going to lead us into bestiality and pedophilia making the latent claim that accepting mentally ill people in general means promoting animal/child sex) to people who view addicts as people with personal moral failings that should be blamed on themselves and who the mentally ill in general as dangerous violence prone people and in effect promoting suicide as the only solution.

  • David Bankson

    If you base your opinions of others groups based on Internet tweets, then you’re doing it wrong. Either that, or you see an easy way to compare your opinion to morons because it’s much easier that way. Most liberals that I know aren’t even discussing this out of not only respect, but also because there are huge issues for everyone right now, and this isn’t a issue that affects the nation. Just as there are those that claim his son may have been gay, there are those also claiming the investigators are “fags” and the like. So it’s a two-way street. Name calling isn’t solving any issues either, though…you’ve turned this situation into something you can complain about liberals over, which is exactly what you’re so angry about — people turning a tragedy into an opportunity for political discussion while eschewing the respect a recently deceased boy deserves.