Maine pro-family leader gets death threat, Catholic church harassed, in wake of same-sex "marriage" vote
"Gay" rage in Maine after losing election
POSTED: Nov 11, 2009
We all remember the campaign of terror and violence by enraged homosexual activists against churches - particularly Mormons - that took place across the country almost immediately after their Proposition 8 loss in California last year.
It's starting up again. After their loss in the Maine marriage vote last week, homosexual activists are angry and want revenge. They want to punish and terrify their opponents.
And of course the homosexual movement got a free ride. No outcry from government officials or the media, and to our knowledge there were no arrests.
Death threat against pro-family activist
Mike Heath, former director of the Christian Civic League of Maine, received a very clear death threat on his office phone voicemail.
Here's the threat directed at Mike Heath:
"I'm calling about Mr. Mike Heath, the Executive Director of the Christian Civic League of Maine. He thinks that gay people should have our rights revoked that we already have. Well, I can tell him this. I'm a gay guy who owns guns. And he's my next target."
Harassing a Catholic Church in Portland
In Portland, a large group of homosexual activists lined up in front of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church to confront, terrify, and intimidate petitioners and church leaders whom they've termed as "haters" for supporting traditional marriage.
And the usual hateful vandalism
This followed the widespread vandalism of "Yes on 1" yard signs, which in some cases had swastikas with Christian crosses painted on them - so much so that local a TV station did a news story on it.
NY Times fomenting even more anger . . .
And of course, the usual suspects in the media are fomenting as much homosexual anger as they can. As the New York Times editorialized last week:
Equality's Ragged March
They are surely out to win "by any means necessary".