Radical homosexual agenda funded by billionaire lobby

Given the raucous demonstrations accompanied by cries of discrimination surrounding the issue of religious liberty SB 1062 has engendered here in Arizonait’s worth asking the question, “Just where does all the money advancing the ‘gay’ agenda come from?”  Michael Voris, who produces ChurchMilitant.TV, provides the answer.

Voris’ own religious perspective is Catholic, but his words hold truth regardless of one’s faith.

We urge you to watch the enlighteningPink Money.”

There is no discriminatory language pertaining to “gays’ or anyone else contained in SB 1062. That fact has not kept it from becoming a rallying cry for those relentlessly pushing the homosexual agenda. 

The Arizona Republic, leading the charge against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, “came out” long ago, as we previously pointed out in the post In their very gay element at the daily.


12 Responses to Radical homosexual agenda funded by billionaire lobby

  1. Frankly Speaking says:

    Advocates of promoting the same-sex agenda have inundated Americans with the fallacious number of 10% of the population being homosexual, when between 1% and 2% is the best estimate. But 1 or 2% identifies this group as a “fringe” making radical choices and foisting them on the rest of society.

    It would be more difficult to explain actions of 10% of the population as “fringe” behavior having more influence than 98% of the rest of us, so these numbers work wonders in promoting the deviant agenda.

    A great preponderance of “gays” are in the entertainment industry, so we are continually exposed to celebrity lifestyles and through movie themes, television bombardment in programming and even ads, along with Off-Broadway theater productions.

    Those of us who disagree with this barrage need to stop attending their productions, movies and concerts.

    This Family Research Institute article explains more:

  2. dee says:

    Why does Arizona need another law? Fun to see them in the news again. Leave it to the governor to enjoy the spotlight instead of just coming out immediately and saying I will veto.

    • State Delegate says:

      You obviously slept through your government class, dee. The U.S. Congress and state legislatures enact laws or amend and clarify existing laws. Citizens elect representatives to these bodies to do just that.

    • ZOO says:

      ” Fun to see them in the news again.” Intellect and navigation are not your strong suits. Twitter is several hundred web pages to the left.

      • East Valley PC says:

        Dee provides further evidence of the education establishment’s efforts at dumbing down America. It will only worsen with the implementation of Obama’s Common Core agenda. Worse yet, AZ’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, RINO John Huppenthal is promoting this scam, which also promotes and normalizes the gay lifestyle to our children.

      • Doc says:

        Annnd HEY! Don’t forget th’ R.I.N.O.’s who originally supported but are now back-peddeling…RE-ELECT NO ONE!!!!!

  3. ZOO says:

    A federal judge has just struck down the constitution of Texas defining marriage as one man and one woman. Are you paying attention Governor Brewer?

  4. Tucson Voter says:

    During a recent interview with CNN’s openly gay Anderson Cooper, AZ 2014 conservative gubernatorial candidate Al Melvin, stated the truth that America is under siege by forces attempting to disrupt its cultural fabric.

    “All of the pillars of society are under attack in the United States. The family, the traditional family, traditional marriage, mainline churches, the Boy Scouts—you name it.”

    Sen. Melvin is a graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy. He retired as a from the military with the rank of Captain.

    Newsman Anderson Cooper has said that “being gay is a blessing” and he “couldn’t be more proud” of his sexuality.

    This is Al Melvin:


    • ZOO says:

      I believe the ‘contemplation clock’ has unexpectedly run out. Al Melvin reflects my views on several vital issues. I just signed his nominating petition and made the contribution. It’s time to get to work.

      • Arizona Conservative Guy says:

        You’re right, ZOO. This coming election is too important to mangle. I sure don’t want to find that we are calling liberal Fred DuVal “governor,” because we made the wrong primary choice. Melvin has exemplary leadership qualifications.

  5. Ajo Joe says:

    This would be a horrible time to be raising young children. It’s got to be a full time job for committed parents to stay on top of the leftwing societal influences and instill morals and reason in their children.

  6. Clementine says:

    “Pink Money” is quite an expose on the funding sources behind normalizing the abnormal. Thanks for another fine post, SRAZ!