Tuesday, January 12, 2010

U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Recording of Prop. 8 Trial to Protect Traditional Marriage Advocates

Court proceedings on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, California's state constitutional gay "marriage" ban, are getting underway. Proponents of Proposition 8 have been the target of harassment, blacklisting, threats, and even violence at the hands of the nihilistic and tyrannical gay marriage movement. Those who even supported Proposition 8 by donating money to help it pass have been targeted by the soldiers of the culture of death in a very coordinated and concerted way:

"several Web sites have been designed that facilitate the easy identification and targeting of Prop 8 supporters. For example, one of these Web sites is a GoogleMaps "mashup" that combines donor information with an interactive map, allowing activists to ascertain the identity, employer, amount of donation, and approximate location of certain Prop 8 supporters in particular geographic areas."

Now that this issue is going to the courts, in order to protect the safety of those who will be appearing in court on behalf of traditional marriage, the U.S. Supreme issued an emergency order that will (temporarily) prevent the federal district court from recording the proceedings and putting them on the internet. Like the civil rights leaders of the past, the supporters of the culture of life must resort to the highest court in the land to seek protection from the fanatical forces of ignorance.

These courageous individuals who are literally risking life and limb to protect marriage come about as close as you can in modern America to martyrs. They desperately need and deserve our prayers.

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