Conservative PAC Issues Warning Over White House Pride Month Ceremony
Members of a religious conservative political action committee who once warned their followers that "Barack Hussein Obama will force doctors to assist homosexuals in buying surrogate babies", issued another warning today, this time to President Obama over last week's White House ceremony marking LGBT Pride Month, threatening that "his goal of normalizing homosexuality in America" would not go unpunished.
The group, GING-PAC, whose initials stand for "Government is Not God Political Action Committee", according to their page on Politifact.com, is "a political action committee for social conservatives founded in 1992 by William J. Murray who is currently the chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition. The mission of Government Is Not God - PAC is the election to Congress of men and women who hold conservative beliefs on both moral and economic issues."
In a "news flash" on their website today, GING-PAC sent a stern warning to the White House stating.
"President Barack Hussein Obama and Vice President Joe Biden spent last Thursday celebrating "gay pride" at a White House ceremony - a ceremony that included two young twin girls who are being "parented" by two lesbians. Obama used these twins as props in his effort to maintain his "gay" political base.
Further complaining, "Obama praised "gay" leaders who had "bent the arc of the moral universe towards justice." That's a clever way of saying they have turned morality upside down and violated God's moral laws in pushing for the normalization of homosexual sex act" (sic)
Ending with a reprimand to the President and threatening quote from the Bible
"Obama, who claims to be a Christian, might want to read Romans 1:18-31.
And, he might want to read that the Lord Jesus Christ said about those who defile children: "But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea." - Matthew 18:6."
This isn't the first time GING-PAC has had a call to arms against a branch of the federal government. According to Right Wing Watch, this past March, they issued a similar message to their members waning that if the Supreme Court strikes down Proposition 8 and DOMA then "religious freedom, freedom of speech and the First Amendment will die."
"If homosexuals win, the Bill of Rights dies and religious liberty/free speech will die with it," GING PAC argued. "We either fight this evil or see our children and grandchildren brainwashed and/or coerced into accepting homosexuality as the new normal in our society."
The reactionary right wing group's Facebook page is filled with headlines linking to stories on the GING-PAC website, warning followers about a myriad of issues ranging from various government conspiracies and cover-ups, to attacks on Christian religious liberties. Islamaphobic and anti-gay rhetoric is equally common and often goes hand in hand with headlines that read -
"Obama praises "gay" activists for "bending the arc of the moral universe toward justice."
"Obama won't protect religious liberty for Christians in the military, but he's always ready to defend Muslims:"
"Obama is giving cushy Ambassadorship jobs to his "gay" fundraisers. They're won't be posted in Muslim countries where they'd likely be slaughtered and dragged through the streets."
"Department of Justice employees are being forced to embrace the gay agenda. This is a clear violation of the First Amendment's protection of conscience, religion and free speech, but Eric Holder doesn't care. Welcome to the Gay KGB at the DOJ."
On the Pulitzer Prize-winning website, Politfact.com's "Truth-O-Meter", which rates the accuracy of political statements using the grades: True, Mostly True, Half True, Mostly False, False and its lowest rating, Pants on Fire, GING-PAC received the following marks
0% - True
0% Mostly True
0% Half True
17% Mostly False
50% Pants on Fire