I'm sure by now most of you guys have heard the story about Mozilla Firefox CEO Brendan Eich being forced to resign after weeks of selective public outrage brought on by a $1000 donation he made back in 2008 (6 years ago) in support of California's proposition 8, a proposition (which was passed by the citizens of California) that defined marriage as being between one man and one woman. Period.
The online dating site OkCupid led the charge to silence and destroy Brendan Eich by posting a notice on it's home page painting him as being an anti-gay hate-monger and encouraged Mozilla Firefox's users to switch to a different browser.
When Eich finally folded under the pressure last week OkCupid and the rest of the militant left cheered and chalked it up as another victory in their ongoing campaign to destroy anyone who has the nerve to have a different opinion than they do.
OkCupid posted the following statement on it's home page.
"We are pleased that OkCupid's boycott has brought tremendous awareness to the critical matter of equal rights for all individuals and partnerships."
Well, ain't that special?
I wonder if those who so willingly went along with and supported this witch hunt led by OkCupid's co-founder and CEO Sam Yagan will be just as outraged when they find out the very guy they blindly followed made a $500 donation to Congressman Chris Cannon (R-UT) in 2004.
I wonder if it will matter to these militants that that $500 donation went to a politician who openly opposed same-sex marriage, voted against a ban on sexual-based discrimination in the work place, voted for the prohibition of gay adoptions, and earned a whopping 0% rating from the pro-abortion group NARAL Pro Choice America.
Of course it won't matter.
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