MISSISSIPPI – A homosexual activist organization whose co-founder was recently jailed for sex abuse charges has launched an aggressive campaign to convert Christians to the same-sex ‘marriage’ cause.
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) describes itself as a “civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.” With over 1.5 million members and supporters, the HRC is the largest such organization in the United States.
As previously reported, the HRC’s 66-year-old homosexual co-founder was arrested last week and charged with sexually abusing a teenage boy. Then, one day later, the founder’s 25-year-old ex-boyfriend was also taken into custody for the exact same charges.
Earlier this year, the HRC launched the “All God’s Children” campaign—an unprecedented initiative designed to convert people of faith to the same-sex “marriage” cause. According to the campaign’s fact sheet, the initiative will specifically target Christians in Mississippi and attempt “to change hearts and minds.”
“Mississippi is the most religious state in America, and an estimated 55% of its population is Baptist—one of the most conservative Christian denominations in the country,” the fact sheet states. “It would be nearly impossible to successfully engage a large majority of Mississippians about LGBT equality without discussing it in the context of faith.”