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The Pat Robertson presidential campaign has been in hiding since April when it was revealed he had hosted a private gathering at his Florida ranch in July of 2015.
The events were held under the name of the Christian Coalition, which was founded by the late televangelist Pat Robertson and was known for its controversial stance on abortion, homosexuality and other issues.
But in recent days, Robertson has come out publicly against a bill in Louisiana that would make it a felony to promote “homosexual propaganda” on social media.
He called the measure “absolutely ridiculous.”
But Robertson is a billionaire who has used his wealth and his political power to push for his religious beliefs.
His Christian Coalition has also been involved in other controversial political campaigns, including a 2016 effort to pass a law that would have required the teaching of creationism in public schools.
The campaign did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment about whether Robertson had attended the masquerade party.
On Sunday, Robertson spoke to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos about the new controversy and said he was not aware of any plans to boycott the Republican presidential nominee.
“This is an issue of great concern to the American people, and I think this is something that the American public is concerned about,” Robertson said.
“If you want to see what happens in the future, just look at the events of the last few months.”
Robertson’s father, Fred, has also spoken out against the Louisiana law.
He said in a video posted to Facebook on Tuesday that the “homophobic” bill was a “great step in the right direction.”
He added that the law would “allow for religious extremists to come into Louisiana, to impose their agenda of discrimination and hatred.”
In a statement, Pat Robertson said he would “never support any bill that would impose any sort of religious indoctrination.”
He also said the bill would have “no place” in a country that has an “open, secular society.”
The Louisiana bill has already been passed by the state legislature and is now before the Louisiana Senate, where Republican Sen. John Kennedy is leading a bill that is expected to pass.
The Republican bill would require that “material” be created with “homophobia” in the name, according to ABC affiliate WVUE.
The bill is also expected to be passed by Republicans in the House of Representatives, where Robertson is the majority leader.
The legislation is not the only controversial piece of Robertson’s agenda that the family has been pushing.
Last month, the family announced a $10 million campaign to help fund “gay rights organizations” that will “bring equality to all Americans.”
The campaign is being backed by the American Family Association, a far-right group that has been involved with anti-LGBT legislation in the past.
The group’s executive vice president, Robert Jeffress, told the National Review last month that Robertson’s crusade against the LGBT community is “a very dangerous one.”
“We’re in a race against the tide of history,” he said.
Robertson, who is also a member of the Family Research Council, has repeatedly said that homosexuality is a “corrupt lie” and “a sin,” and has also said that gay people are more likely to commit suicide than heterosexual people.
Robertson and his family have also pushed for a ban on same-sex marriage in the U.S. Since coming out against same-gender marriage, Robertson and the Family have been under intense scrutiny from fellow Christian conservatives, including former Gov.
Jindal’s administration has come under fire for its handling of a number of controversial bills, including one that would require women to undergo a pelvic exam before being able to get an abortion, and one that was designed to allow people to use birth control without a doctor’s permission.
In February, Robertson tweeted a video clip of Jindal urging people to boycott “bigotry.”
He has also received support from the anti-gay Liberty Counsel, which has argued that the United States should ban same-religion marriages, a position supported by most of the country.
The family has also come under intense criticism for its support for marriage equality.
On June 17, the Robertsons launched a fundraising effort to help “keep the flame alive” for their campaign.
The organization said in an announcement that it has raised over $6.7 million for the “family-friendly, non-profit” “Pat Robertson Institute.”
The effort comes after the Robertson family made waves earlier this month when they appeared on a “Celebrity Apprentice” season in which they hosted an appearance by Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.
In a joint appearance, the two men talked about the need to bring equality to the LGBT rights movement.
“I’ve been there, I’ve seen the fight,” Huckabee told Robertson.
“There’s still some fights to be fought.
I believe in a society where everyone is treated equally, and where you’re allowed to love whoever you want and whatever they want to do with their body