Lawyers Team Up to Resist the Gay Mafia

by Steve Ray on June 11, 2014

A team of lawyers is being assembled to make sure there are no more cases like that of Brendan Eich, the CEO of Mozilla.

He was forced out of his position for contributing – years earlier — $1,000 to the Proposition 8 campaign in California in which voters themselves decided to define marriage in their state constitution as between one man and one woman.

A homosexual judge later overturned the will of the people, and the Supreme Court let the decision stand on a technicality.

Officials with the Alliance Defending Freedom say enough is enough.

“Alliance Defending Freedom and the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund are jointly offering free legal analysis and possible pro bono representation to anyone losing his or her job or suffering other job-related consequences because of past support for California’s constitutional amendment affirming marriage as the union of one man and one woman,” the organizations confirmed in an online posting.

“In addition to Eich, others have also been pressured out of their jobs since voters adopted the amendment in 2008,” the team of attorneys said.

“People who exercise their First Amendment freedoms should not be bullied into silence and forced out of their livelihood,” said ADF Senior Counsel Joseph Infranco. “We will consider representing Californians or citizens in other states who have suffered job consequences for their support of marriage through the most American of activities: participating in the political process – a legal activity that is not disruptive to the mission of the employer.”

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