When even a radical, anti-Christian, God-hating atheist like Bill Maher has begun calling the “LGBT” movement the “Gay Mafia,” we know that America is finally starting to get it. Those who have been lulled to sleep by all the nonsensical and euphemistic rhetoric of “tolerance” and “diversity” are waking up to the stark reality that the “gay rights” movement has nothing to do with “tolerance” or “diversity.” Homofascism is the leftist order of the day. America can take heart in the fact that sexual anarchists have finally begun crossing that bridge too far in their desperate attempt to force universal affirmation of a sad, self-destructive and disordered sexual lifestyle.
Real Clear Politics reports:
In the online-only “Overtime” portion of his HBO show Real Time, host Bill Maher weighed in on the Mozilla controversy, and did not react in a way that you would think. Maher seemed to disagree with gay rights activists for targeting Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich because of a 2008 donation to support a ballot initiative that would ban same-sex marriage in California.
“Well, and he gave it when President Obama was still against gay marriage. So, I don’t think it’s very fair,” Carrie Sheffield of Forbes said.
“Good point,” Maher responded.
“I think there is a gay mafia,” Maher said. “I think if you cross them, you do get whacked.”
MAHER: What do you think about the Mozilla CEO having to step down over his donation to a pro-Proposition 8 group.
The Mozilla — which I’m wearing right now, by the way. I didn’t know what Mozilla was. I saw it on my computer, but — it’s Firefox, right? It’s the browser.
So this guy apparently does not want gay people to get married and he had to step down. What do you think of that, the question asks.
FMR. REP. TOM DAVIS (R-VA): Because he gave $1,000 eight years ago and it’s come back to haunt him.
CARRIE SHEFFIELD, Forbes: Well, and he gave it when President Obama was still against gay marriage. So, I don’t think it’s very fair.
MAHER: Good point. Also, I think there is a gay mafia. I think if you cross them, you do get whacked.
These may be the first ever words of truth to pass Bill Maher’s foul lips. But words of truth they are.
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