Model and perpetually aspiring actress Adrianne Curry channeled her inner Ellen Barkin today to lash out at the Right with all the bile we’ve come to expect from attention-seeking left-wing celebs. Move over Mia Farrow, Eliza Dushku and Roseanne Barr — time to make room for another tolerance bully on the “No H8” bandwagon.
That’s right, genius. Obviously those icky far Right Christians at Chick-fil-A are just fine with the homeless starving.
Ministering to the homeless is a calling Chick-fil-A employees take seriously. In fact, Chick-fil-A teams up with First Baptist Church of Ft. Lauderdale each year to feed and provide for the homeless. While local volunteers provide medical care and clothing, Chick-fil-A provides food and encouragement.
Curry, an atheist and self-appointed arbiter of what it means to be “CHRITSLIKE,” used her Twitter account to mock and castigate “far right Christians” for supposedly anti-gay views. Behold her desperate and ignorant play for relevance:
Forget “What Would Jesus Do?” It’s all about what Adrianne says Jesus would do.
Jesus loves big government, natch.
Oh, that’s right. Jesus was all about stoning. In fact, wasn’t it Jesus who said, “Let he who hates the gays cast the first stone”?
Perhaps Adrianne Curry should actually read the Bible before declaring herself the mouthpiece of Jesus.
Nah, brandishing her anti-Christian bigotry to bludgeon the Right is a lot more fun.
Curry’s not finished:
She’s certainly not judging, is she?
Nope. No judging here.
Ah. Well then, that makes her an expert on Christianity.
Adrianne wants do be the one doing the spewage.
Based on her tweets, Adrianne likely has plenty of dirty laundry.
She also has the support of Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan:
Isn’t that special.