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A Catholic-hating homosexual couple with a lot of money wants the American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, to up its LGBT game against religion.
They just gave the organization $15 million to do so — the largest grant ever given to the ACLU, specifically for pushing a gay agenda.
In 2016, Stryker gave $150,000 to the ACLU to launch "a national coordinated media and public-education campaign to beat back religious exemptions at federal and state levels."
But Stryker is not averse to throwing money at religious groups when they promote his anti-Catholic agenda.
Michael Hichborn, Lepanto Institute: "Let's face it, all of these organizations are heretical and focused on the absolute destruction of authentic Catholic teaching. But they would be rendered entirely powerless if the bishops would just excommunicate everyone associated with them."
Director of the newly named ACLU project, James Esseks — himself in a homosexual union — explained the $15 million could help further alter the United States.
Esseks: "We will use Jon and Slo's generosity to change the law and create a culture where discrimination against LGBTQ people is unfathomable."
Church hierarchy has yet to comment on so much money being dumped into silencing Catholic teaching.
And with prelates like pro-homosexual cardinals Blase Cupich of Chicago and Joseph Tobin of Newark now in charge of making bishops worldwide, Jon and Slo might not need to spend so much money.