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Mystery Donor Gives $500K To NOM To Fund Their Anti-Gay March On The Supreme Court

Blood Money

A mystery donor has given the National Organization for Marriage $500,000.00 to help fund their anti-gay march and rally at the Supreme Court steps on the day SCOTUS is to finally hear the long-awaited Prop 8 case.

From Brian Brownshirt:

I have some great news! Recognizing the importance of this March for Marriage, one of our best supporters, a heroic defender of marriage, has agreed to commit up to $500,000 — HALF A MILLION DOLLARS — for a challenge, matching grant to NOM… so your contribution to defend marriage will be instantly matched, dollar-for-dollar, up to $500,000! NOM will receive an additional dollar for every dollar you contribute! And this goes for every donation made before March 26, 2013! Organizing this March is a tremendous undertaking that has the potential to incredibly impact the future of marriage in America. We know that the pro same-sex marriage activists will be organizing a counter-protest, attempting to make their propaganda heard. We cannot let them shout us down! We cannot let their lies that America supports gay marriage go unchallenged.”

I bet anyone 10-1 odds that the “mystery donor” is none other than that  of  investment fund guy Sean Fiedler of New York who gave NOM over $100,000.00 to fight Prop 8 and I am sure that some of NOM Board Member Orson Scott Card’s “Superman” salary from D.C. Comics is also going to help.

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