Various groups arond the country are demanding that President Obama and members of Congress skip this year’s National Prayer Breakfast, calling its organizer “shadowy” and “cult-like.”
The Fellowship Foundation, which has organized the breakfast with presidents and prominent Washington and world leaders since 1953 and uses The National Prayer Breakfast and then uses imprimatur of the elected leaders who attend to give the Fellowship greater credibility and facilitate its networking and fundraising.
The Fellowship is closely connected to the now-notorious C Street residence has recently become the epicenter for Republican sex scandals, a fact impossible to divorce from the savage irrationality of The Family’s religious and legislative crusade against the sexual freedom of others, here at home or in other countries. The Family have a notorious reputation for homophobic stances on just about every issue facing the LGBTQ community. The Family’s National Prayer Breakfast brings together elected officials and businessmen from here and abroad and this will take place on February 4 at the Washington Hilton, and includes Ugandan officials directly involved in this new legislation. All of The Family’s many questionable machinations, including the National Prayer Breakfast, have become a source for U.S. State Department concern because its dealings operate dangerously outside established diplomatic relations and governmental authority, but the State Department does NOTHING and President Obama and other politico’s still attend.
Full Equality Now DC, will protest against The Family the night before the National Prayer Breakfast, Wednesday, February 3 at 5:30 p.m., with a Protest and Rally outside The Family’s residential headquarters at 133 C Street SE, a home-away-from-home for such far right politicians as Senators John Ensign (R-NV) and Jim Inhofe (R-OK) and South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford.
I fully support Full Equality Now DC 100 Percent, they are a group of “doers” that get out there and stand up and fight for what they believe in and make a point. The time has come for us to make a stand for what we believe in and not only fight for our rights, but fight against those who stand against us getting them and that means being visible and showing strength in numbers.
PLEASE, if you are in the Washington. DC area attend this protest and rally. Stand up and let your voices and your anger be heard. And pass the word
For more information on the February 3 Protest and Rally, and the February 4 alternative American Prayer Hour, go to http://www.fullequalitynowdc.org/.
Tell them Wolfie sent you.