Pastor James David Manning has suggested that the Supreme Court justices who ruled against gay marriage bans nationwide may have acted to protect their own secret love lives.

Manning of the Atlah World Missionary Church in Harlem, New York attracted world-wide attention when he promoted a fake news story about Starbucks spiking drinks with the semen of gay men on his channel.

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He's also known for the anti-gay messages posted on his church's billboard, including “Jesus would stone homos” and “all churches and members that support homos cursed be thou with cancer, HIV, syphilis, stroke and madness.”

On Monday, he appeared on Trunews, where he told host Rick Wiles that it may be possible that Justice Anthony Kennedy “and many of those who are on the Supreme Court have had sodomite relations themselves” and were victims of blackmail.

“They have got to support this sodomy,” Manning said. “They've got to say it or otherwise they get exposed.”

He added that the ruling will lead to America's destruction.

“Fifty years from now people will look back at this period and say, ‘My God from Zion, how could a nation have fallen? How could the mighty have fallen so quickly and so far and so low?'” he said.

Wiles added: “If there's anybody still alive in the United States of America 50 years from now.”