Gay Agenda tries to keep those with opposing view from making a living

Here’s another example of the gay agenda trumping Christianity. From christiannews.net:

Christian Commentator Fired From FOX Sports Southwest May File Suit for Religious Discrimination

Craig James played for the New England Patriots in the 1980′s and later became a sportscaster for ESPN. In 2011, he decided to run for the U.S. Senate, and participated in a number of debates, including the 2012 event that he believes recently cost him his job.

During the debate, Craig was asked about his views on homosexuality and same-sex “marriage.” As a Christian, he responded that he could not support unBiblical behavior, and neither should any other civil leader.

He had more to say. It’s in the Christian News article if you want to read it. Here is Fox Sports’ answer:

“We just asked ourselves how Craig’s statements would play in our human resources department,” an unnamed FOX representative told the Dallas Morning News. “He couldn’t say those things here.”

“Craig James will not be making any further appearances on FOX Sports Southwest’s football coverage this season,” they advised.

Whether or not you agree with Craig’s views, it’s necessary to ask whether you want to live in a country where only people with a certain point of view are allowed to make a living.

From the UK’s Daily Mail:

Campaigners have called for a boycott of Barilla, the world’s biggest pasta maker, after the company said they would never feature gay people in their advertisements.

This is tyranny, oppressive power, and it’s spreading. “They” know how to silence the “sheeple” through social pressure. This, in turn, can hurt the bottom line ($$$) and companies bow to the agenda. Thank God for companies like Barilla and individuals like Craig James who will not change their opinion for the sake of tyrants. May God help those carrying out the agenda because when the agenda is no longer useful, the oppressors will turn on them.

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