Hypocritical Christian vlogger Sam Rader, best known for “surprising” his wife with her own positive pregnancy test in a viral video (she later miscarried but it wasn’t all madeup for the views, honest), has admitted to using an account on the cheating website Ashley Madison.
But — good news — in a YouTube video with his anime psycho-eyed wife Nia by his side, Sam claims that God has forgiven him for seeking extramarital sexual partners online to f*ck outside of his marriage for his own sick pleasure.
Sam tell us:
“Hey guys. As you may have seen, my name has been associated with an Ashley Madison account, a website made for spouses who want to have an affair. I’m here to clarify some of this with you guys, ‘cause I owe it to you. I did make the account. I made the account two years ago. This is an issue that is in our past. This is before I got onto YouTube.”
However, the heathens at Gawker report that Sam Rader opened the YouTube account his family now uses in 2007. He began paying for an Ashley Madison account in September of 2013. So Sam’s a liar, too. And pity the poor woman from the Madison site who did him.
God, coincidentally, has also spoken to me about all this.
The Divine Being said (to me) that hypocrites are among His most disliked of his creations. People who call themselves Christians, in part so that the petty details of their lives go “viral” to their personal profits and cheap fame, do not represent His Word. In fact, God told me that His plan all along was that people conduct internal dialogue, deeply felt and sincerely arrived at, as to what is right and wrong, and that humans who make for-profit careers out of telling others how to live while they live a lie are going to spend their lives cleaning up the Devil’s poop in Hell for all eternity. He added, with a deep laugh that rolled like thunder from heaven itself, that perhaps the poop cleaning could also end up as a viral video.