Pastor who Cheered Orlando Massacre Banned from Entering South Africa

Pastor who Cheered Orlando Massacre Banned from Entering South Africa

A hate pastor who celebrated the Orlando massacre that left 49 people dead, will not be allowed to enter South Africa. Pastor Steven Anderson was expected to make the trip later this year with his church Faithful World Bap

Steven L Anderson

Image via Steven L Anderson’s Twitter

tist Church, but calls from nearly 100,000 demanded the African country to deny him a visa. Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said that “Mr Steven Anderson and members and/or associates of his church are prohibited from entering the Republic of South Africa…‘This prohibition will be implemented in terms of section 29(1)(d) of the Immigration Act. This section affords the department the legal means to prohibit a foreigner who is a “member of or adherent to an association or organization advocating the practice racial hatred or social violence.”

The American pastor made headlines when he cheered the massacre by declaring that there were now “50 less pedophiles in the world.”

Steven has also been banned from the United Kingdom for similar reasons.
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