Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson: ‘Fight back against discrimination at Mozilla’

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson: ‘Fight back against discrimination at Mozilla’
(Christian Science Monitor video)

Brendan Eich, co-founder and chief executive of Mozilla, the Firefox web browser, resigned on Thursday after being pressured from gay employees and board members over his $1,000 personal donation in support of California’s traditional marriage initiative (Prop 8) six years ago.

Black Conservative Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, founder of Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND) through an email on Saturday said that the intolerant left is targeting conservatives in an attempt to silence and drive them out of business, or ruin their careers such as in the case of CEO Brendan Eich.

Rev. Peterson warned last month about the growing intolerance of the left and the lack of courage of most Christians, in which he said, “For decades we’ve been losing ground on just about every social cause. So-called “civil-rights” groups, feminists, radical homosexuals, atheists and extremist environmentalists have been able to advance their depraved ideas at the expense of common sense, decency, and the freedoms protected by the U.S. Constitution.”

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