Hollywood to Punish Supporters of Traditional Marriage
Published : December 11, 2018
Let’s not be naive about the culture war that has been going on for over fifty years. Starting with the sexual revolution and then the normalization of homosexuality, they’re now openly speaking out against Americans who have traditional views on marriage, family, and morality.
Producer Ryan Murphy declared war during a politically-charged address at a pro-LGBT gala in Los Angeles and even said politicians are wrong for polluting the morals of the LGBTQ movement. He said that his new multi-million dollar organization will “target anti-LGBTQ candidates running for office.”
But his solution went a step further. He suggested targeting those he considers who are causing the problem:
“The homophobes, the trans naysayers and the small, restricted and dangerous minds who are causing so many young people to needlessly hate themselves and doubt themselves in our country;”He also plans to target twenty Republicans including Senator Mike Lee. Lee introduced a religious freedom bill designed to protect Americans who simply believe marriage is between one man and one woman, and don’t want men to use women’s restrooms. Crying discrimination, Murphy warned:
“Mr. Lee is a future leader of the GOP who just committed himself to the bad old days by introducing what has been called ‘the vilest, anti-LGBTQ religious freedom bill of our time,’ so we want to say we see you, Mike Lee; …You cannot keep killing our vulnerable young people by promoting and nationalizing your rural, close-minded anti-constitutional viewpoints.”Translation: if you live in rural areas outside of big liberal cities and support the First and Second Amendments, people like Murphy think church-going Americans are wicked people who must be silenced.
Murphy is not alone and there are countless examples of millionaires spending massive amounts of money to bully and badger people of faith.
Just two years ago, then Vice President, Joe Biden confirmed marching orders to LGBTQ allies in New York saying, “We need to push – and push hard.” If not for the work of Tim Gill, Biden says, there is no telling where the LGBTQ-rights movement would be.
Who is Tim Gill?
He’s a software programmer who committed $500 million to fight religious liberty bills across the nation and to silence Christian business owners including bakers, photographers, florists, and wedding planners. He said the left has been fighting since the sixties and the religious right has lost the marriage issue.
But wait a minute. Aren’t we all just supposed to live and let live?
Radio host, Peter Heck, stated emphatically that Bible-believing Christians and progress-seeking homosexuals can no longer live in the same culture where there is such a sharp public disagreement about sin. One leader in the gay and lesbian movement stressed the goal of “pushing the parameters of sex while transforming the very fabric of society.” Heck clarified:
They know the success of their cause depends upon the total abolishment of the Judeo-Christian ethic and the Moral Authority it teaches. That’s why any belief that the homosexual lobby is merely a passive group of individuals wanting to peacefully coexist with others who have different beliefs and values is naively absurd.
More than any other activist in the nation, Gill has methodically poured $422 million of his fortune into the cause of so-called “equal rights” for the LGBTQ community. He literally said,
“We’re going to punish the wicked.”Don’t misunderstand. By wicked, they mean anyone who disagrees with them or believes in Jesus and His definition of marriage between one man and one woman. Traditional family values are now wicked.
The Bible teaches about this reversal of values. Isaiah 5:20 is a warning to people who distort the truth of God:
Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness;
Tim Gill and Ryan Murphy falsely claim that conservative politicians are imposing their ethics on America. Imposing? Trying to be a positive, respectful influence is far different than forcing beliefs.
Stay the course, friends. Things are most likely going to heat up very soon!