Human Rights Campaign registers domain to collect donations for gay movement

no-hate1It seems that on just about any given day, liberals prove themselves to be among the most despicable creatures on the planet.

Those wanting to help Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk jailed for refusing to obey a judge’s edict to violate state law by issuing illegal marriage licenses to gay couples, may be tempted to go to, thinking that would be a good place to start.  Think again..

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It seems the pro-gay Human Rights Campaign has already bought that domain and is now using it to raise money, perhaps from unsuspecting Davis supporters not familiar with the ways of the left.

If you search the domain on Google, this is the first entry:fkddotcom

Notice the domain name.  Look familiar?

A whois search revealed the domain was created and registered at GoDaddy on September 3.

Going to the page reveals this:


One might wonder, why would the HRC use Kim Davis to raise money?  Don’t they get enough from their left-wing base?  Or are they purposefully trying to fool Davis’ supporters?

Knowing liberals as I do, I suspect the latter, mixed with a child-like attitude of “nanny-nanny-boo-boo” just to stick it to Davis’ supporters.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll keep on saying it.  Liberalism, at its core, is an ideology of rage and hate.  And they prove it every day.


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