West Virginia city halts plan to pass oppressive LGBT ordinance

MassResistance exposed convicted child molester at forefront of ordinance effort – and led community action

MASS RESISTANCE — It’s been happening in relatively conservative cities and towns across America: Local governments suddenly pass extremely oppressive “sexual orientation and gender identity non-discrimination” ordinances targeting local businesses, restaurants, bakeries, private clubs, and even libraries and schools.

The ordinances force inclusion of the full LGBT agenda This means hiring men who dress as women; baking cakes celebrating “gay marriage” or “gender transition”; allowing men to publicly kiss and fondle each other in restaurants; allowing men in women’s restrooms; LGBT or “diversity” indoctrination in schools and businesses; and much more.

Then the LGBT activists go around and “test” local businesses and other organizations for compliance. Those that don’t meet their standards are hit with expensive lawsuits, fines, and other punishments.

How do these horrible local ordinances get introduced and passed? Massively funded LGBT organizations come in and target the local city councils. They use sophisticated propaganda and intimidation tactics. They talk about “fairness” and “equal rights.” They bring in crowds of angry LGBT “citizens” from surrounding areas (and even other states) to intimidate the politicians and local conservatives. They recite well-rehearsed emotional sob stories. They get the liberal media on board. It’s well planned and executed. Unfortunately, these campaigns have been very successful across the country.

But this time it didn’t work.

The LGBT ordinance comes to town

Star City, West Virginia is a fairly conservative suburb of Morgantown. Although the state of West Virginia is relatively conservative, Morgantown is dominated by liberal West Virginia University and other local colleges and has become a center for LGBT activism in that region.



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