"We're pushing back for
little guys—the bakers, florists, photographers and all the others
who've been bullied into submission by the thought mafia." -Jason and
(Washington, DC)—[Charisma News] Last week, we went to bat on "The Kelly File" for HGTV's "Fixer Upper" stars, Chip and Joanna Gaines, after Buzzfeed did a hit piece on them for attending a church that believes in Biblical marriage. (Photo: Facebook/via Charisma News)
We got fired by HGTV for voicing our
beliefs about marriage and sexuality. The Gaines family received
pressure for simply attending a Bible-believing church.
The ceiling in this radical sexual
revolution has become the floor. And it's not going to stop until people
stand up, get in the game and push back.
So today, we're pushing back for little
guys—the bakers, florists, photographers and all the others who've been
bullied into submission by the thought mafia.
This radical agenda will stop at nothing, and families from Oregon to Iowa and Washington are being persecuted as a result.
So we want you to meet a few of these families right now by watching a two minute clip
where we introduced some of them at the Values Voter Summit in DC.
Watch from minutes 10:30-12:30. It will bless you to see the faces of
the real heroes in this fight for freedom in our country.
You see, the Gaines family has a TV show. We had one. Yet none of these families have anything like that to tell their stories.
But you can be a voice. You can get in the
game. You can be a strong support of liberty and freedom with your
friends and spheres of influence.
It's easy to get on the bandwagon of
support for a hugely successful couple on HGTV. But the rubber meets the
road when you do it for someone nobody knows or really even cares
HGTV is going to stick with the
Gaines family, and Chip and Jo are going to be just fine. But there's
still a thought mafia in our country that needs to be pushed back. What
they spew is not journalism. It's discrimination.
We're tired of watching our country get
pushed around by liberal media elites who tell us what we can and can't
believe—and even where we can and can't go to church.
Enough is enough.
So stand up. Be a voice. Push back. And don't be afraid to defend the little guy.
It's what Americans do best.