@RubinReport It sounds like his son had SERIOUS mental health issues beyond depression.
— GayPatriot™ (@GayPatriot) April 6, 2013
@GayPatriot I would imagine. But if you're gay and your dad is the biggest preacher in the country it could lead to mental health problems.
— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) April 6, 2013
As more and more news outlets report the tragic death of Pastor Rick Warren’s son, it’s clear that no one knows anything beyond what Warren revealed in an email to staff announcing the suicide. We’re certain that even Warren, who wrote that son Matthew decided to take his own life “in spite of America’s best doctors, meds, counselors, and prayers for healing,” is asking why such a tragedy had to happen. While some are simply asking the questions that anyone might ask, many ghouls are laying blame at the feet of Warren himself.
@BlazePhoenix_ I would've committed suicide if my dad was Rick Warren too.
— Rashid Hussein Obama (@rashid7053) April 6, 2013
I wonder if Rick Warren's son was gay and killed himself because of his father's anti-gay bashing?
— Da MAC (@War_of_Kings) April 6, 2013
So what are the odds that Matthew Warren was gay and his father’s rhetoric contributed to his depression and suicide?
— Matt (@tpamatt) April 6, 2013
Rick Warren's son committed suicide. They never say what his "mental illness" was. Being gay is a "mental illness" according to Warren.
— Michael Ditto (@janus303) April 6, 2013
— . (@anotheraka) April 6, 2013
— Chango (@changoland) April 6, 2013
Is homophobic preacher Rick the prick warren responsible for his sons death? Remember he contributes $$ to Uganda where gays were murdered!
— WILLEM (@WILLEM6) April 6, 2013
Dear Rick Warren: now U know the "anguished grief" parents of gay teen suicides feel after listening 2 U and UR ilk's anti-gay hate speech.
— Jeffrey Christian (@jeffreychrist) April 6, 2013
A lot of degenerates like @6kidneybean hoping Rick Warren's son was gay so they can attack religion: https://t.co/vRfsZ5WEa5
— el Sooper ن (@SooperMexican) April 6, 2013
Blogger Sooper Mexican did his best to compile some of the most offensive remarks before they were deleted, but sadly, we don’t imagine there will be a shortage of new ones any time soon as long as Christians are involved.
Seriously, find a heart if your reaction to a Rick Warren's son's suicide is snark or hate.
— Matthew Balan ن (@MatthewJLB) April 6, 2013