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==The Gill Foundation==
 
==The Gill Foundation==
In 2016, Gill set up a foundation known as the Gill Foundation, which aims to advance [[homosexual agenda]] further and faster. Since its 2016 inception, the Gill Foundation has tackled the controversial [[North Carolina]] [[bathroom bill]], as well as other [[grassroots]] movements to further the so called '[[equality]]' for victims of [[Ideomotor_effect#People_supposedly_.E2.80.98born_that_way.E2.80.99|LGBT ideomotor effect]], including partnering with finance companies to tackle 'anti-discrimination' efforts both locally and on the national level.<ref name="Blaze19072017"/>   
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In 2016, Gill set up a foundation known as the Gill Foundation, which aims to advance [[homosexual agenda]] further and faster. Since its 2016 inception, the Gill Foundation has tackled the controversial [[North Carolina]] [[bathroom bill]], as well as other [[grassroots]] movements to further the so-called '[[equality]]' for victims of [[Ideomotor_effect#People_supposedly_.E2.80.98born_that_way.E2.80.99|LGBT ideomotor effect]], including partnering with finance companies to tackle 'anti-discrimination' efforts both locally and on the national level.<ref name="Blaze19072017"/>   
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 13:09, 19 May 2019

Tim Gill is tech millionaire and extremely liberal anti-marriage LGBTQ activist who has spent more than $422 million over the last two decades attempting to stop progress for pro-family causes. He's joining the ACLU, activist judges, and anti-family extremists in an attempt to force his radical, anti-family agenda on all Americans. He wants to go hard at those persecuted for their own beliefs, such as those who would refuse to bake cakes for same-sex weddings, or at churches who refused to officiate same-sex ceremonies.[1]

The Gill Foundation

In 2016, Gill set up a foundation known as the Gill Foundation, which aims to advance homosexual agenda further and faster. Since its 2016 inception, the Gill Foundation has tackled the controversial North Carolina bathroom bill, as well as other grassroots movements to further the so-called 'equality' for victims of LGBT ideomotor effect, including partnering with finance companies to tackle 'anti-discrimination' efforts both locally and on the national level.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sarah Taylor (19 Jul 2017). Gay activist says it’s time to target Christians: Time to ‘punish the wicked’. TheBlaze, Inc.. Retrieved on 2 Aug 2017. “Tim Gill, tech millionaire and extremely liberal LGBTQ activist, spoke with Rolling Stone in a June interview, and called for the punishment of Christians who refuse to take part in same-sex weddings. In the interview, the 63-year-old Colorado resident — who’s funneled over $400 million into pro-LGBT social reform causes over the last 20 years — claimed that it’s time to “punish the wicked,” in his opinion. ...During the interview, Gill maintained his position that he will do everything in his power and with his resources to further strike down the personal or religious opposition to same-sex unions until the day he dies. In 2016, Gill set up a foundation known as the Gill Foundation, which aims to “advance equality for LGBT Americans further, faster.” Since its 2016 inception, the Gill Foundation has tackled the controversial North Carolina bathroom bill, as well as other grassroots movements to further the equality for LGBTQ people, including partnering with finance companies to tackle anti-discrimination efforts both locally and on the national level.”

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