The Long Knives Are Out For Jerry Falwell Jr. Again After A ‘Lewd’ Pic & Video Hit The Internet

A photo and video of Jerry Falwell Jr. is floating around the internet that shows him with his pants unzipped with his arms around a woman in booty shorts with her midriff exposed.

The photo was posted to Falwell’s personal Instagram account but was quickly deleted.

Robert Downen, a religion reporter at The Houston Chronicle was first to share the photo and said that it was sent to him.

The caption on the deleted post read:

“More vacation shots. Lots of good friends visited us on the yacht. I promise that’s just black water in my glass. It was a prop only.”

Falwell’s Instagram account has other photos posted from a yacht that he is vacationing on.

A video has also been circulating and it appears that Falwell and his friends were creating a parody of the comedy TV show “Trailer Park Boys.” The video published by Pulpit & Pen set the video to the music of the show. It shows Falwell and other yacht guests in costume.

Jerry Falwell Jr. Deleted Trailer Park Boys Yacht Video from PulpitPen on Vimeo.

According to reports, the people in the video were family members.

The View host Megan McCain, said, “How is this Jerry Falwell Jr. photo even real?” tweeted Meghan McCain. “Also if you’re running the largest Christian university in America maybe don’t put photos of yourself on social media with your pants undone on a yacht – with random women in bad wigs. So gross, so hypocritical.”

CNN’s token never-Trumper S.E. Cupp wrote, “There were already so many good reasons not to entrust your kids to Jerry Falwell Jr’s learning institution. The unzipped pants yacht photo – of the school’s PRESIDENT – is sadly the least of them.”

The mainstream media should really sit this one out because they have been silent about former President Bill Clinton hanging out with his pal Jeffery Epstein.

After doing some googling it appears that the woman Falwell has his arm around is Sarah Falwell, wife of Trey Falwell. However, in this political climate, it probably wasn’t a good idea to post those types of pictures on social media.

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