The newly mustache-less Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission has taken up the case of Larry Grard, who claims he lost his job due to anti-Christian bigotry (though that is disputed by his former employer,) and immediately needs $5,000 to launch a campaign to get Grard his job back, according to a recent CADC email alert:
Radical homosexual activists are not playing games. They will destroy anyone that comes between them and their agenda. But the time has come for Christians to fight back and support those who courageously take a stand for righteousness.
Help us defend Christians like Larry from the attacks of radical homosexual activists. Click below to donate!
Please help me fight and win this battle. Maine Today must reinstate Larry and Lisa. We must defend Larry’s right to free speech and his right to express his religious point of view. It is vital that we not neglect our wounded in the battle for the soul of America.
Help CADC stand up for Larry. I need at least $5,000.00 by February 15th to cover all the expenses of this campaign. Can you please help?
Imagine what it would be like to have your career unjustly destroyed at age 59 after 19 years of hard work for simply defending God’s institution of marriage. Wouldn’t you want someone to help fight to get your job back?
Let’s be there for Larry and his family! Please send you best gift today!
We must expose the unfruitful deeds of wickedness! (Eph. 5:11)
First, we need to let Maine Today know that Christians will not stand by while our brother and sister are unjustly defamed, discriminated against, and persecuted for merely expressing their support of biblical family values.
We will demand that the newspaper re-instate Larry and his wife and reimburse them for all their unpaid wages. If they will not, I will encourage other pro-family leaders to join me in this stand for Larry. It’s the least we can do for someone who stood up for what’s right.
In addition, if Maine Today refuses to do the right thing, we will contact their advertisers. We will let them know that we intend to work with local churches to organize a boycott against any business that continues to support Maine Today with their advertising dollars (a strategy we have used successfully in other communities).
Maine Today caved into pressure from homosexual activists and fired Larry and Lisa. Now it’s time for them to correct their persecution of this couple. If they refuse, we will make sure they don’t get rewarded with adverting from local businesses. I assure you … that will get their attention.
It’s time to draw a line in the sand. We cannot allow radical homosexual activists to continue to destroy people who stand against their ungodly agenda. If we don’t stop them now, it won’t be long before no one will be able to resist them.