Former Southern Baptist minister Pat Robertson has criticized homosexuality time and again, but this time, he's addressing same-sex couples on Facebook.
During an appearance on his 700 Club show, he discussed whether "liking" photos of gay couples on Facebook was a sin and a sign of condoning the behavior.
He said that he'd prefer click a "vomit" button to express how he feels about such images.
Robertson's comments on the matter stemmed from an online question asked by a fan of his.
The question read, "When we 'like' things on Facebook, if it's something that goes against what is written in the Bible -- such as pictures of same sex couples -- is that considered condoning behavior? How do you explain this to new Christians or youth?"
Robertson, who has never been shy of voicing his feelings, candidly responded to the concerned viewer.
"You've got a couple of same-sex guys kissing. Do you like that?" Robertson answered. "Well, that makes me want to throw up. To me, I would punch 'vomit,' not 'like,' but they don't give you that option on Facebook."
This isn't the first time that Robertson has spoken out against some of the biggest things in pop culture.
Last year, he claimed that Twilight movies would lead to demonic possession and slammed the hit films.
"Yes, I think those vampire movies are evil. There are no vampires. The whole thing is demonic," he said regarding delivering them from the Hollywood franchise.
But the Prophet of Doom didn't stop there.
Added Robertson: "And it may give you some kind of a thrill…a spooky supernatural, but it will open the door into the occult. And you don't want to open any doors because you don't know what kind of a demon's out there who says, 'So you opened the door, you gave me permission.'"
And there you have it!