USA Today column: God ‘b*tch-slapped’ author of ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill by hitting his house with tornado

An opinion columnist for USA Today was shredded on social media after posting a “despicable” message celebrating the destruction of the home of a Florida congressman.

Rep. Joe Harding, a member of the Florida House of Representatives, saw his Central Florida home damaged by severe weather that rolled through the region over the weekend. And columnist Michael J. Stern thought it was great news since Harding is the author of the Parental Rights in Education bill – the legislation dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill by the hysterical left.

Good thing Stern is “not a believer” or he might have to answer to a higher power about his disgusting take.

“I’m not a believer, but the tornado that just ripped apart the home of the author of Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law is making me reconsider,” he tweeted Wednesday, responding to news about Harding’s home.

“Hey, Joe Harding (@josephbharding), God thinks you’re a rotten bigot and just bitch-slapped you,” he added.

His shocking outburst sparked intense criticism on Twitter.

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