NBC Joins The Gaystopo War On The Catholic Church

The ink on the Supreme Court’s lawless decree that God’s law against sodomy is null and void is scarcely dry, but the Gaystopo has not taken a day off. They are pressing the fight and will continue to do so until either they or the Catholic Church in America have been defeated.

Emboldened by the realization that they own the Supreme Court, the Gaystopo, as predicted here, are turning every screw they can to mock Catholic doctrine and press their attack. Now, they have a new partner, the National Broadcasting Network (NBC), which has slithered out of the closet.

In the type of sneaky, out-of-the-spotlight move that characterizes these minions of hate, the Gaystopo has quietly arranged for the ouster of John Dunleavy, a faithful Catholic, from his position as Chairman of New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee. His offense was uttering a mild threat against the continued presence of Gay groups marching under a banner announcing their love for committing the sin of sodomy.

NBC’s ugly hand in all of this is that it now has a puppet chairman of the parade in its pocket and is blackmailing him into accepting a second Gay/sodomite group. The deal will be that in order for the parade to continue to be televised by NBC, the Committee will have to accept a group of in-house sodomites from NBC’s “Fabulous” OUT@NBCUniversal.

Last March, the Gaystopo took full advantage of feckless Church leadership and ordered the Committee to break its covenant with the Catholic Church. For the first time in its history, the parade allowed a sodomite group to march under its own banner promoting sin and violation of Church and natural law.

This irreversible destruction of New York’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is being followed up, and this demand for admission of yet another Gaystopo group will be just the beginning. As the Islamists do, the Gaystopo are using their signature touch of rubbing their vanquished enemy’s nose in the dirt.

The Gaystopo have all the cards; they own the Court, they own the media, and now they own New York’s Irish Day Parade – once called the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. They have no intention of slowing down their charge.

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With SCOTUS Decision On Same-Sex Marriage, You Knew Lawyers Would Soon Jump On THIS

When newly legalized matrimony ends in bitter, irreconcilable acrimony for same-sex couples, there’s now a law firm ready to handle divorce cases for gay and lesbian partners whose bliss has gone amiss. And what could be the nation’s first practice with attorneys who specialize in LGBTQ divorce has popped up in, of all places, the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia.

Yes, yes, I know we’ve all heard about legal action taken by same-sex couples against bakers and photographers who refuse them service; but when a gay or lesbian couple is ready to sue each other for legal separation, they can cruise on over to a just-launched website called Adam Vs. Steve. There, attorney J. Conor Corcoran has announced the formation of a new division of his law practice “devoted entirely to LGBTQ divorce.”

(By the way, if you’re not familiar with the new five-letter and not the old four-letter reference to non-straight persons, LGBTQ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer.)

On the Adam Vs. Steve website, the divorce-focused attorney Corcoran is described as a “staunch Democrat and social liberal” who’s realistic enough to face the fact that, just like what happens with heterosexual couples, same-sex marriages will sometimes not work out…and Corcoran wants the LGBTQ community to know he’s there when they don’t.

Like many LGBTQ community supporters, attorney J. Conor Corcoran celebrated Friday’s Supreme Court decision that upholds marriage equality throughout the United States.

But proud as he is of the upcoming boom in gay matrimony, Corcoran knows that some of this wedded bliss will end in acrimony. That’s why he has launched a new division of his law practice, devoted entirely to LGBTQ divorce.

As the local CBS TV station in Philadelphia noted in its report on what could be the country’s first gay divorce firm, the lawyer heading up the practice claims the name for his website was inspired by what he says were insults aimed at gay couples.

“I realized that there really is a certain kind of empowerment and benevolence in taking what was formerly a derogatory term or a denigration and turning it into some matter of empowerment. And it’s for a good service. These people are entitled to equal rights just like the rest of us.”

So, with the Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling that same-sex couples have a new, constitutionally protected right to legally marry in every state in the union, the justices have also created a new opportunity for other legal eagles to provide counsel for — some might say swoop down and feed off the remains of — LGBTQ couples whose marriages were not, so to speak, made in heaven.

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It’s Happening: Gay Couple Suing New York Bed And Breakfast For Not Hosting Wedding…

I can’t possibly write enough “I told you so’s” for this one. It’s happened in the UK, Canada, Denmark… and here we are in America.

At first… they came for the cakes. 


Now, we have a lesbian couple in Lyncourt, New York, who have thrown open the doors to another area: private businesses that host weddings. Andrea Needham, 22, and Sarah Dailey, 24, filed a complaint with New York’s Division of Human Rights, saying the bed and breakfast Apple Country Retreat discriminated against them because of their sexual orientation.

Dailey told Syracuse.com that the owner told them that it was “nothing personal” but that gay marriage was “against my faith.”

The couple further stated: “We are human beings, just like anybody else. We’re not asking to impose on anybody’s else beliefs or opinions, just to celebrate our love as any other two people would.”

I’m confused. If the owners told you it wasn’t personal, but that it was against their beliefs to host a gay ceremony… and you don’t want to impose on anyone else’s beliefs… then why are you filing a complaint? Why not find another location? How do their personal beliefs affect you? Remember that?

Unless, of course, you didn’t actually mean you don’t want to impose on anyone else’s beliefs.

It’s a fair question though, and one which the Supreme Court has helped to make that much more confusing. Does a couple’s “true love” trump an individual’s right to religious freedom?

Can a business “discriminate” on any grounds whatsoever? If the answer is no… then why have Amazon and eBay remove Confederate merchandise from their site? Can a business refuse service to someone who isn’t wearing a shirt and shoes? Does a business ever have the right not to serve someone? Ever? Ever ever ever ever?

Either the answer is yes, or it is no. It cannot be both.

This is literally an exact mirror image of what we’ve discussed from the UK. A Bed and Breakfast was sued, next step… they lost their business. I talked about it on the show. I guaranteed this would happen. It couldn’t be more comparable.

Gay activists already want churches to lose their tax exempt status. Next step: pastors who won’t officiate gay marriages will be on the chopping block. Just wait. It’s coming.

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Bakery Owners Who Refused Lesbian Wedding Service Just Told What State Will Do To Them

For Melissa and Aaron Klein — owners of a small, family-run bakery in Sandy, Or. — Thursday was not a day for baking a cake in celebration of a victory for their First Amendment rights. In fact, it may have been the day that will be remembered for having forced the Kleins to power down the ovens and turn out the lights of their business, Sweet Cakes by Melissa.

As The Blaze reports, The Oregon Labor Commissioner — citing Oregon law that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation — has issued a final order imposing a whopping fine on the Kleins.

“The owners of an Oregon bakery that refused to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian couple were ordered Thursday to pay $135,000 ‘in damages for emotional and mental suffering resulting from the denial of service.’”

After learning they would be fined $135,000 for declining the lesbian couple’s wedding cake order, the Kleins posted a message on the Facebook page for their business — a message that, as of this writing, has gotten well over 9,300 likes. The Kleins pledge they will not give up the fight, saying they are “here to obey God not man.” An image of the entire Facebook post appears below.

Image Credit: Facebook/Sweet Cakes by Melissa

Image Credit: Facebook/Sweet Cakes by Melissa

A GoFundMe page that had been set up for donations to help support the Kleins was shut down. However, through another online donation site called Continue to Give, people are now stepping up frequently and generously with pledges toward the fundraising goal of $150,000.

On the website for their bakery, the Kleins say they’re still in business, still baking cakes that are “custom made and designed to fit you.” As for their wedding services, the wording on the website for Sweet Cakes is explicit and leaves no doubt about their stance on traditional marriage.

“We here at Sweet Cakes strongly believe that when a man and woman come together to be joined as one, it is truly one of the most special days of their lives….”.

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In Wake Of Supreme Court Ruling, This Gay Teacher Is Suing Catholic School For Discrimination

The fallout over last Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring ‘gay marriage’ a constitutional right continued this week when a one-time Catholic school teacher sued his former employer for discrimination.

Flint Dollar claims in his suit that he was fired three weeks after signing a contract with Mount de Sales Academy in Macon, Ga. Though his story now includes the assertion that he told administrators he was planning to marry his boyfriend upon finalizing his paperwork last May, he said at the time that the wedding announcement came via a Facebook post.

While serving as the school’s band director several years ago, Dollar’s suit asserts he informed President David Held that he was involved in a same-sex relationship. Furthermore, he claims the school’s handbook does not specifically require employees to abide by the Catholic Church’s doctrine.

Reports indicate Dollar is asking for his case to be decided by a jury. He is suing to get his job back plus compensation for back pay, emotional pain and attorney’s fees.

Although the Diocese of Savannah spoke out in support of Held’s decision to fire Dollar, a board of trustees meeting served as the backdrop for a protest attended by dozens of critics. Some cited Pope Benedict’s more progressive view on social issues, with a few signs bearing his quote: “Who am I to judge?”

Breitbart readers were overwhelmingly critical of the lawsuit’s supposed merits. Many pointed out that this is but one of the possible consequences of last week’s Supreme Court decision.

“This has opened up a can of worms which will eventually shutter churches, schools, universities, and every other religious institution in this country due to the efforts of the gay mafia already underway to repeal their tax exempt status,” one commenter concluded.

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