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UNREAL: Liberals Have DEMENTED Reaction After Seeing Noah’s Ark Replica Lit Up In Rainbow

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A Kentucky man named Ken Ham recreated a life-sized version of Noah’s Ark, and at night he illuminates it in rainbow as a sign of God’s covenant with man, but you won’t believe how the left is reacting to it.

Ham tweeted out a picture of the Ark at night, adding to it a caption stating that “Christians need to take back the rainbow.”

“God owns it – He decreed it as a sign of His covenant with man after the Flood,” wrote Ham.

Any rational person with even the slightest knowledge of Christianity is aware that the rainbow first appeared after the flooding receded. As a reminder of this, Ham lights up the Ark in rainbow every single night.

Todd Starnes reported:

The 500-foot-long ark is the centerpiece of the biblical theme park based in Williamstown, Kentucky. Hundreds of thousands of visitors have toured the replica of Noah’s Ark.

“The Ark is lit permanently at night with a rainbow to remind the world that God owns it and He decreed it’s a sign of His covenant with man after the Flood—Christians need to take back the rainbow as we do at the Ark Encounter,” Ham said.

In 2016, Ham had the following to say:

“The rainbow itself wasn’t designed to be a symbol of freedom, love, pride or the LGBTQ movement. God created this beautiful, colorful phenomenon and designated it as a sign of His covenant with Noah and his descendants forever.”

However, in 2017, liberals all believe the rainbow belongs to the LGBTQRSIDGAF crowd, and their demented reactions to Ham’s Ark are proof of it.

Check it out:

“This is Ken Ham’s sad attempt to take back the rainbow symbol from the LGBTQ community,” read a headline in the Orlando Weekly.

“It makes the ark look incredibly gay,” Kentucky Fairness Campaign’s Chris Hartman told USA Today.

The Orlando Weekly added, “So, if you ever drive through Kentucky and see a big gay boat off in the distance, just think of Ken Ham.”

Yeah, they’re accusing Ham of appropriating the gay pride symbol, when the reality is they’re appropriating God’s symbol, and absolutely nothing about God’s message with the rainbow had anything to do with gay people.

Try barking up another tree, lunatics.

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