FRC’s Latest Money Beg Goes After LGBT Rights Activist Tim Gill and His Gay “Dark Money”
August 10, 2017
There is an underground network of liberal operatives, funded by “dark money” from a wealthy, anti-marriage billionaire that is threatening the conservative ideals we value.
Tim Gill has been funding and operating this network for years, but he has managed to fly under the radar of many. NOW new information is coming to light.
A recent national interview exposed that he’s spent more than $422 million over the last two decades to stop our progress for marriage, life, and pro-family causes.
Gill has joined with the nation’s most extreme liberals to attack Christian values, set up networks within states to overturn pro-family legislation, and force his radical, anti-family agenda on us all.
FRC Action is working to stand up to Tim Gill’s agenda and defeat these radical efforts. Can we depend on your gift of $25, $35, $50, $100, or more to help us continue defending faith, family, and freedom? (Money beg link removed)
Tim Gill has been called “the nation’s most powerful force for LGBTQ rights.”
He has organized professional sports boycotts against states like North Carolina to “punish” them for passing laws to defend religious liberty.
The lead attorney on the Obergefell v. Hodges decision, which forced all 50 states to redefine marriage, recently said, “Without a doubt, we would not be where we are without Tim Gill.”
He’s even cozied up to George Soros to help fund liberal media groups like Media Matters, which permeate the airwaves with extreme left-wing rhetoric.
Over 12 years, Gill donated more than $2 million to the George Soros-funded Media Matters and more than $3 million to other Leftist media organizations.
It is going to take a well-orchestrated, well-funded counter effort to fight back against liberals like Tim Gill.
It’s going to take every dollar we can raise to counter the vast underground networks and shadowy media manipulators.
Will you help us fight back with your critical gift? (Money beg link removed)
As the legislative affiliate of the Family Research Council, FRC Action is a leading rallying force of the pro-family conservative grassroots in America.
We were successful in mobilizing pro-family voters to the polls and sending values-driven leaders to the executive and legislative branches last fall, and we helped lead the push to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court earlier this spring.
Now we must fight this newly exposed threat to marriage, life, and Christian values in America.
Tim Gill has said his goal is to “punish the wicked” — meaning you, me, and everyone who adheres to biblical values.
Any amount you can afford to give today would be a help as we stand against Tim Gill, George Soros, the ACLU, and the growing network of Leftist organizations threatening our Christian values.
Tim Gill and the many liberal organizations he funds are already working in conservative states to try and eradicate our religious freedom and pro-family values.
There is no time to waste in launching our counter effort against this multi-million dollar effort.
We don’t need to raise $422 million to fight Tim Gill’s extremist agenda. But to mobilize our nationwide network of pro-family activists and pastors and counter Tim Gill’s radical actions, we need the support of every conservative we can possibly reach.
Every dollar we can raise will help us continue to promote biblical marriage, life, and the pro-family values that you and I cherish.
Please help with your gift right away. We can’t afford to wait to launch this counter effort in support of our pro-family values! (Money beg link removed)
Thank you in advance for your generous support.
Lt. Gen. (US Army-Ret.) William “Jerry” Boykin
Executive Vice President
The truth is Tim Gill is s the founder of the pioneering page layout software company Quark, Inc and is also the founder and co-chair of the Gill Foundation, a private Denver-based philanthropic organization supporting the LGBT community across the country. To his credit he is the single largest individual donor to the LGBT rights movement in U.S. history, having personally committed more than $422 million since the early 1990s.
Gill is widely credited as a visionary strategist and mega-donor who has made significant contributions to virtually every major LGBT rights victory in the United States, from from the 2003 Goodridge v. Dept. of Public Health decision making Massachusetts the first U.S. state to allow same-sex marriage, to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges decision legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
The Gill Foundation, national, Denver-based non-profit organization underwrites academic research, polling, litigation, data analytics, and field organizing related to the LGBT rights movement