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Monday, October 27, 2008

Expose on the Pro-Homosexual Gill Action Fund

This video report (below) has a lot of good information about the very active and very radical Gill Action Fund, a pro-homosexual funding group founded by homosexual activist Tim Gill.

The Atlantic also has a lengthy report on Tim Gill and the Gill Action Fund from March 2007.

Focus on the Family Action has a comprehensive report on Tim Gill here.

Here is a list of people who are working with Tim Gill across the country to push the homosexual agenda and hijack marriage in states like Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, and Wisconsin.

They are hitting California's Proposition 8 marriage protection amendment hard, and big-dollar donors include billionaire George Soros.

Though Gill avoids publicity, likely because his radical agenda works better when good people aren't alerted to it, he made an appearance at the Democrat Convention in Denver to encourage Democrats to dig deep in their pockets to defeat pro-family candidates with pro-homosexual candidates.

Incidentally, we have a pro-homosexual group in South Dakota called "Equality South Dakota" that is working to elect pro-homosexual candidates. They endorsed candidates in the primary election and gave campaign contributions to some, and have again endorsed candidates in the general election and have given them campaign contributions. A number of those candidates are in the Rapid City area and include the following: Democrat Bethany Wojahn House Dist. 32, Democrat Eric Abrahamson House Dist. 32, Democrat Jeff Nelson House Dist. 33, Democrat Dennis Finch Senate Dist. 33, Republican Craig Tieszen Senate Dist. 34, Democrat Curtis Marquardt House Dist. 35, and Democrat Fern Johnson House Dist. 35.

I do not know for sure whether Equality South Dakota is officially aligned with and supported by the Gill Action Fund.

The Gill Action fund was involved in fighting South Dakota's marriage protection amendment, Amendment C, in 2006. You can find information on that here. Gill Action Fund was responsible for 35% of the opposition funds against Amendment C in South Dakota, and 40% overall in eight states in 2006 (see page 14).

That same year in 2006, Republican Stan Adelstein, who is running for South Dakota Dist. 32 Senate this year against Independent Elli Schwiesow and Democrat Tom Katus, hosted an event at his house to defeat Amendment C featuring special guest Patrick Guerriero from the Gill Action Fund.

You may not know his name, but you should.

Multi-millionaire and homosexual activist Tim Gill is leading a small group of incredibly wealthy, elite political donors in an attempt to buy legitimacy for homosexuality. They are quietly bankrolling anti-marriage efforts and targeting conservative state legislative candidates for defeat in order to promote a radical redefinition of gender, family and marriage.

This CBN News report, which aired in April, features an interview with Focus Action's Carrie Gordon Earll.

For more on Tim Gill, read the Citizen magazine article, "In the image of Gill."


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