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VenomFangX

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VenomFangX (often shortened to VFX or Venom, and also known as or PCS or Posterboy for Creationist Stupidity) is a creationist Internet vlogger who makes YouTube videos mostly about religion, God, Christianity and young Earth creationism. To this date, he holds the highest subscribers amongst Christian channels (at one point even more than the Vatican YouTube channel).

VenomFangX is quite possibly YouTube's greatest "leaving and never coming back" champion, having closed and reopened his channel numerous times. He is also known for E-begging asking for donations from his viewers to aid him in his evangelist activities.

VenomFangX was brought to Christianity by watching Kent Hovind videos on YouTube. He worked for Hovind for a time.[1] He made many of his videos by simply reading Hovind's own speeches and arguments, often word-for-word, paragraph-for-paragraph. He has also ripped arguments verbatim like this from other sources.

At one point, he had a dispute with YouTuber Thunderf00t involving copyright law. In a fit of rage, Venom dressed up as the Joker from The Dark Knight, makeup and all, and made a threatening and batshit insane video towards him. On the upside, it wasn't a bad impression.

In 2015 he went off of the deep end after the US Supreme Court gay marriage ruling, and made a video comparing homosexuality to bestiality and pedophilia.[2]

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  1. "Will the real Kent Hovind please stand up? Dr. Dino gets outed by an ex-employee." Your Tax Matters Partner March 27, 2015. Archived by archive.is[wp] on March 30, 2015.
  2. VenomFangX. "Atheism is Gay" YouTube July 3, 2015.
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