It didn't seem possible, but this Duck Dynasty controversy just got a whole lot worse. After he was suspended from the A&E reality show for a series of anti-gay and racist comments he made to GQ, it's come to light that Phil Robertson has said offensive, terrible things about the gay community before—and it's way more repugnant than anything he said in that GQ interview.

In a clip (uncovered by TMZ) from a speech Robertson gave at a 2010 Wild Game Supper event at the Berean Bible Church in Pennyslvania, Robertson not only bashes gay people, but he also wastes no time calling them "heartless," "faithless" individuals who "invent ways of doing evil." It's pretty shocking, really, on top of disgusting and offensive—even after reading Robertson's comments in GQ.

There was this portion of the speech (via The Hollywood Reporter):

"First they say, 'There is no God. Get him out of your mind. Then they bow down to birds, animals and reptiles, and each other. And the first thing you see coming out of them is gross sexual immorality. They will dishonor their bodies with one another, degrade each other. Uh, is that going on in the United States of America? Look around. God's not there ... And boy is there some immorality going on around here. Does it get worse?"

And, later in the video, via Business Insider:

"...women with women, men with men, they committed indecent acts with one another, and they received in themselves the due penalty for their perversions,” Robertson said in the 2010 speech. “They’re full of murder, envy, strife, hatred. They are insolent, arrogant, God-haters. They are heartless, they are faithless, they are senseless, they are ruthless. They invent ways of doing evil. That’s what you have 235 years, roughly, after your forefathers founded the country."

A&E has released no new statement about this uncovered clip.

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[via TMZ]